Medical marijuana patients don’t experience negative cognitive effects when used as directed: study

All drugs have side effects, including medical marijuana; the question is whether or not these side effects are manageable or outweighed by the benefits of the drug. For example, ibuprofen can cause liver damage, but used as directed, it’s very rarely going to cause harm. When it comes to cannabis, however, there is still a prevailing stigma that the “medical” part is just a euphemism and that the drug can cause significant cognitive impairment....

Originally posted on salon.com