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A new study reveals that it increases eye pressure, negating the effects of THC.
27 December, 2018
DENVER, CO - DECEMBER 7: Marijuana plants are grown at MedPharm Research warehouse. December 7, 2018. MedPharm Holdings is a cannabis research and cultivation company. (Photo by Hyoung Chang/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
- For decades, marijuana has been touted as providing glaucoma relief.
- A study out of Indiana University shows that while THC reduces eye pressure, CBD does the opposite.
- Of the 18 mice tested, females were less responsive to marijuana than males.
The case of a 7-year-old Australian boy who was supposed to lose sight at two weeks old but can still see has stunned scientists.
10 December, 2017