Mental Illness in relation to Cannabis

As Cannabis is still classified as a schedule 1 drug, it means that it has no medicinal value in the eyes of the government and therefore doesn’t need to undergo scientific study because it has no benefits. So being able to give accurate facts and quantifiable evidence is difficult in this subject matter. Below please find a variety of links for you to check out

FDA and Cannabis: Research and Drug Approval Process | FDA

List of Schedule 1 Drugs

Study: People suffering from PTSD who consume marijuana experience significantly fewer depressive episodes

Mental Health | Health Effects | Marijuana | CDC

Cannabis and Mental Illness: A Review – PMC (

Mental Health – The Health Effects of Cannabis and Cannabinoids – NCBI Bookshelf (

Cannabis and mental illness: a review – PubMed (

Is there a link between marijuana use and psychiatric disorders? | National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) (

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