Is Marinol (Pot Pill) An Anti-Depressant?
All the products with cannabis are usually used as an anti-depressant. Personally, I used CBD as anti-depressant from https://shop.joyorganics.com/products/cbd-gummies and it worked really well. I felt much better after this therapy. Do you have another experience?
A recent case report from the journal Cannabinoids identifies two patients with depression and “burnout syndrome” (I’ll not even get into the irony of that term in reference to cannabis) who had not been well-treated by conventional anti-depressants and were instead given a daily dose of Marinol, the so-called pot pill, for several years and this successfully treated the patients. So here pot is established as having anti-depressant effects. The doctor is working in Austria, which explains why you’ve not heard of this before. You can read the report here and draw your own conclusions. Obviously, all the usual cautions around case reports apply–limited sample size, no controls, no randomization, etc. But then, at least in the US, the government has worked for decades to block clinical trials of marijuana and various pill derivatives for use in treating depression and just about anything else, so case reports here and there are almost all we have to go on. Here’s how the Austrian doctor