Marijuana Not Showing Benefit for Treating Heart Disease

It may have a place in managing certain diseases and conditions, but heart disease has not proven to be one of them so far.

Marijuana, a drug derived from the cannabis plant, has come out of hiding. Recreational marijuana is legal in a growing number of states. Medical marijuana, which lacks the compound that creates euphoria, is sold over-the-counter in many more. You can find formulations to be swallowed, eaten, absorbed under the tongue or rectally, vaporized or smoked. […]
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