New research shows cannabis flower is effective for treating fatigue

Researchers at The University of New Mexico have used a mobile software app to measure the effects of consuming different types of common and commercially available cannabis flower products on fatigue levels in real-time. As part of the study, researchers showed that over 91 percent of people in the study sample that used cannabis flower to treat fatigue reported symptom improvement. People who used cannabis cigarettes or "joints" to combust the flower reported greater symptom relief than pipe or vaporizer users.
Researchers at The University of New Mexico have used a mobile software app to measure the effects of consuming different types of common and commercially available cannabis flower products on fatigue levels in real-time. As part of the study, researchers showed that over 91 percent of people in the study sample that used cannabis flower to treat fatigue reported symptom improvement. People who used cannabis cigarettes or «joints» to combust the flower reported greater symptom relief than pipe or vaporizer users.