Ethan B. Russo, Alice P. Mead, Dustin Sulak
Published in Clinical Researcher
Although cannabis is primarily viewed by the public as a recreational drug or agent of abuse, its medical application spans recorded history.1,2 Evolution has yielded a cannabis plant that produces a family of some 100 chemicals called phytocannabinoids (“plant cannabinoids”), many of which have distinct and
valuable therapeutic effects.
Russo EB, Mead AP, Sulak D. Current Status and Future of Cannabis Research. Clin Res. 2015:58-63. doi:10.14524/CR-15-0004