Scientific evidence: Cannabis and Interstitial Cycstitis

A University of Pittsburgh study animal model study suggested that compounds in marijuana could have a beneficial effect on bladder tissue. In this study, a synthetic analog of a THC metabolite was used. THC is the active ingredient in marijuana. They found that the compound was able to reduce bladder sensitivity in the subjects significantly. The finding indicates that THC-related compounds can offer relief for bladder conditions that may be otherwise difficult to treat.

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