Cannabis Clinical Trials
Here are the 6 most popular medical studies for cannabis
Cannabis for Bipolar Disorder
This trial will study the effects of cannabis on people with bipolar disorder to see if it affects cognition. They will test different doses of two major components of cannabis, cannabidiol and ∆9-tetrahydrocannabinol, and compare them to placebo.
Cannabis for Cancer-Related Symptoms
This trial will test the effectiveness of three cannabis oil extract combinations (High THC-Low CBD, Low THC-High CBD, or Equal amounts of THC and CBD) in a minimum of 120 cancer patients on 4 cancer-related symptoms: nausea, pain, anxiety and sleep disturbance.
Nabilone for Aggression in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
This trial will test whether a synthetic cannabinoid is a safe and tolerable alternative to treat severe behavioural problems in adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Phase 3 Clinical Trials
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Dronabinol for Knee Injuries and Osteoarthritis
This trial will test whether dronabinol, a medication derived from marijuana, is effective in relieving pain after arthroscopic knee surgery, with the hope of expanding the trial to other types of orthopedic surgery if results are promising.
Clinical Trials With No Placebo
View 69 medical studies that do not have a placebo group.
THC + CBD for Neuroinflammation in HIV
This trial will study the effects of cannabis use and HIV on the brain and inflammation. Participants will be given the same treatment in a different order over 6 weeks to monitor safety and measure the effects of the drug.
Dronabinol for Cannabis Use in Pregnancy
This trial is testing whether the hormones that rise during pregnancy impact how the body metabolizes THC, the main psychoactive component in cannabis. The goal is to better understand the effects of THC use during pregnancy.
Paid Clinical Trials
View 69 medical studies that offer remuneration.
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