5 Studies that Show Cannabis May Prevent Alzheimers

Recent studies have indicated that Alzheimers is now the 4th biggest fear amongst the UK public, afterCancer, Debt and Knife Crime. This is an indication of the severity of a disease which results in nearly 500,000 deaths worldwide every year.

Accounting for around 70% of dementia cases, Alzheimers’ most common symptom is short term memory loss. As the disease progresses, more serious symptoms can occur including behavioural issues, mood swings, directional sense and ultimately, a loss of bodily functions which results in death.
With no definitive cure, Alzheimers remains one of the most prevalent terminal illnesses in the world today. However, recent studies investigating the effect of cannabinoids on the human body have indicated that cannabis could have a preventative palliative influence on a disease that holds a life expectancy of as little as three years when diagnosed.

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