A Survey of Cannabis Acute Effects and Withdrawal Symptoms: Differential Responses Across User Types and Age

@article{Sexton2019ASO,
  title={A Survey of Cannabis Acute Effects and Withdrawal Symptoms: Differential Responses Across User Types and Age},
  author={M. Sexton and C. Cuttler and Laurie K Mischley},
  journal={Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine},
  year={2019},
  volume={25},
  pages={326 - 335}
}
Abstract Objectives: There is a rapidly evolving legal and medical culture around cannabis, with corresponding changes in the demographics of users. For instance, the percentage of the aging population accessing cannabis is growing substantially, outpacing other age groups. The goals of this study were to describe the acute effects of cannabis, subjective experiences of withdrawal, and beliefs around the addictiveness of cannabis, as well as to determine whether these effects differ as a… Expand

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