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IN Lifestyle ON 20 Apr, 2016
National Institute of Drug Abuse intends to study the effects of marijuana on the human body. Individuals participating in this research would be kept under observation to find out the impact of marijuana on our body.
Many people find marijuana useful to combat stress and anxiety. Studies also suggest that the consumption of this drug reduces anxiety in patients suffering from anxiety disorders and depression. This medical study conducted by the National Research Center will pay $3,000 per week to the participants in the research.
"Do you smoke marijuana? Have you used it in the past 30 days? If so, and you are 18 to 50 years old, you may qualify for a research study evaluating the effects of marijuana on the body."
If the effects of marijuana would be found positive on the human body, then this drug will be legalized across all the 50 states.
They need to carry out the day-to-day activities such as cleaning, reading and watching TV.
Participants will be provided with various pot products such as edibles, harsh and high-quality weeds to smoke every day.
Clinical trials will detect whether marijuana can actually relieve stress while still being able to lead a normal life.
Michael Gregory, lead researcher explained, "This is one of the first, very promising studies that will finally reveal the answer of the age-old acquisition that stoners are 'Just Lazy.' It's an exciting new study that may push the legality of marijuana to all 50 states."
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