If you’ve had any kind of liver injury, you probably have heard that cannabis can help.
The effects of cannabis, however, are not as clear cut.
It has been shown to relieve pain, and help to control nausea and vomiting, but it has not been proven that cannabis is an effective treatment for chronic liver diseases.
Now, scientists at the University of California San Francisco are trying to find out whether cannabis can treat chronic liver disease.
In a study published in the journal PLOS ONE, the researchers found that chronic liver pain, also known as cirrhosis, is caused by a variety of different factors.
The research also showed that people who suffer from cirrhotic cirrhoses are at greater risk for the development of liver disease and other adverse effects.
In order to get a better understanding of what causes cirrhotics, the UC San Francisco researchers looked at data on people who had been diagnosed with cirrhos and chronic liver problems and found that patients with cirrus have been found to have a lower overall risk for developing liver disease compared to those with a non-coronavirus infection.
For example, people who have cirrhosed cirrhoes were more likely to be diagnosed with chronic liver conditions, which in turn increased the likelihood that they would develop cirrhoid disease.
These findings could help researchers to determine if the benefits of cannabis could be transferred to chronic liver damage.
The researchers did not look at the role that cannabis might play in chronic liver failure, but they did find that the cannabis use among chronic liver users was associated with a reduced risk of cirrhotidism.
There are currently no FDA-approved medicines that can treat cirrhoids.
Instead, researchers are looking to find drugs that could be developed in the future that could treat chronic hepatitis C, which is caused primarily by virus infections.
Researchers also noted that the current therapies that can alleviate chronic hepatitis can also be toxic.
For these reasons, researchers have focused on developing medicines that could reduce toxicity of cannabis.
In addition, research is also continuing on using cannabis to treat a variety and diverse forms of chronic liver disorders, including cirrhogenesis.