Lancet Psychiatry Finds Link Between Daily Cannabis Use & Psychosis
By Dalton Rosario
“As we consider the medicinal properties of some types of cannabis, it is of vital public health importance that we also consider the potential adverse effects that are associated with daily cannabis use.”
Dr. Marta Di Forti, of the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, & Neuroscience at King's College London
Long Story Short. New London study links daily cannabis use with Psychosis.
Gimme the Juice! A European study released March 19, 2019 suggests that based on research gathered from 1,200 people without psychosis throughout the E.U., compared to 900 diagnosed psychosis-patients from the same cities, there is a 3x higher rate of Psychosis in the long term from daily cannabis use.
So What’s the Bottom Line? Despite this study concluding a noticeable association between high concentrate daily cannabis use and psychosis; these results and similar studies in the past have not conclusively determined a direct causation between the two.
Click Here to Read More: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpsy/article/PIIS2215-0366(19)30048-3/fulltext
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