Marijuana Does Not Help Ease Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms


By Molly Grady

A chemical found in marijuana doesn't help certain people with multiple sclerosis.

Researchers gave capsules containing THC to MS patients in the secondary stage of the condition.

The drug did not ease symptoms like muscle weakness and numbness.

British scientists plan to test THC on patients with a more mild form of MS.

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