How Women Use Marijuana for Gynecological Health

After surveying 1,011 women across the United States, researchers found that two-thirds of respondents said they use cannabis products, while more than one-third of those claimed to have used it to treat gynecological issues.

The survey, conducted by the Oregon Health and Science University (OSHU) in Portland, also showcased that 63% of the respondents who had never used cannabis said they would also consider using it for a gynecologic condition.

The study, “Patterns of and Attitudes Towards Cannabis Use in Women's Health,” published in Obstetrics and Gynecology by Wolters Kluwer on May 5, 2019, could provide profound insights into how cannabis could help treat a variety of conditions specifically experienced by women.

Read the full article by Maureen Meehan from WeedMaps here.

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