Cannabis Might Minimize Fentanyl Usage, Discovers BCCSU and UBC Research Study

Scientists discovered that those in the research study who had urine tests favorable for THC, the main psychedelic part of cannabis, were roughly 10 percent less most likely to have fentanyl-positive urine, putting them at lower threat of a fentanyl overdose.

Scientists from UBC and the BC Centre on Compound Usage have actually discovered that cannabis usage by opioid dependency clients may enhance their treatment results.

They likewise discovered that it might minimize their threat of being exposed to fentanyl in the infected uncontrolled drug supply.

— Check out the whole post at Vancouver Sun.

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