The Top 10 Cannabis Studies of 2022

The number of legitimate, peer-reviewed cannabis-related studies released each year has grown at a rapid pace in recent years, and 2022 was no different.

Although there were hundreds of studies released in 2022 related to cannabis and/or its many chemical compounds, there are some that rise above the rest in terms of their importance and impact. With that in mind, those of us at The Marijuana Herald have compiled a list of what we believe to be the top 10 cannabis studies of 2022, in addition to a few honorable mentions.

Below is our list of the Top 10 Cannabis Studies of 2022, in no particular order (click on the titles for more information on each study):

Some Cannabinoids Have Toxic Effect on Colon Polyps, Says New Study

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Low-Dose THC Has Positive Effect on Morbidity, Quality of Life and Mortality in Geriatric and Palliative Patients

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Study: Anxiolytic Effects of CBD on Frontline Health Care Workers Maintains for Up to a Month

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Study: Marijuana Oil “Significantly Reduced Agitation” in Dementia Patients

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Study: Cannabidiol “Markedly Alleviates Skin and Liver Fibrosis”

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Administration of THC “Promotes Significant Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury”, Finds Study

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Study Finds Medical Cannabis Improves Sleep in Insomnia Patients

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Study: Cannabinoids May Induce Immunogenic Cancer Cell Death

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Study: Cannabis May Improve Quality of Life and Comorbidities in Tourette’s Syndrome Patients

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Honorable Mentions:

Study: CBD has Direct Antineoplastic Effects on Lung Cancer Cells

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Study: Every $1 of Medical Cannabis Sold Associated With $0.74 – $0.84 in Decreased Alcohol Sales

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Study: Both THC and CBD Improve Wound Healing, May be Valuable As Skin Rejuvenators