A new study published in Frontiers of Psychiatry has used observational methods to investigate the antidepressant and anxiolytic effect of medicinal cannabis, concluding it may reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression. 

A US team led by Medical University of South Carolina neuroscientist Erin Martin engaged 368 cannabis users and 170 controls (non-users) who completed an online survey assessing anxiety and depressive symptoms, cannabis product use, quality of life and chronic pain. 

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