<div>MMJ Patients Report Using Less Opioids and Alcohol, But They Aren't Telling Their Doctor About Cannabis Says New Study</div>

MMJ Patients Report Using Less Opioids and Alcohol, But They Aren’t Telling Their Doctor About Cannabis Says New Study

One recent study from Canada has shown that almost 1 in every 2 medical marijuana patients have been able to either stop or cut down on their consumption of alcohol and opioids. The researchers, who were  from both the United States and Canada, polled around 3,000 patients who are enrolled in the country’s federal medical marijuana program.  There, recreational marijuana has been legal since 2018 while medical cannabis has been legal since 2001.