Anecdotal evidence suggests that use of cannabis/marijuana reduces symptoms associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Now a research team from the University of Calgary in Canada would like to add the scientific to the anecdotal.
The team are circulating an internet based questionnaire to help them assess the use, the benefits and the side effects of cannabis/marijuana for the self-treatment of IBS. If you suffer from irritable bowel syndrome and self-medicate with pot, you could help this research move forward.
The questionnaire will take about ten minutes to complete and you should answer all questions. The research study has been approved by the University of Calgary, Canada, Conjoint Health Research Ethics Board and all responses will be kept strictly anonymous.
If you have any questions, please email the administrator at Cannabis use inIBS@gmx.com