Similar to all medications, cannabis-based medications are continuing to be developed for various purposes. The purposes range from specific intents, such as the reduction of nausea derived from chemotherapy to broader-based applications such as anxiety and depression. Admittedly, while a medication may be intended for one purpose, actual implementation and observation of effects may broaden real and true applications. This section will address ongoing research in the intended and secondary application of cannabis-based medications.
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