Does CBD Help With Nausea? Here’s What Experts Have to Say


  • Last modified: February 11, 2021

Feeling nauseated is one of the ickiest feelings in the world. Upset stomachs, throwing up, digestive issues — I would be happy if I never had to experience those again. If you have nausea caused by side effects of another treatment (like chemotherapy), it can be even worse. People have drastically changed their diets, tried motion-sickness bands and pills, and even experimented with Cannabidiol (CBD) to try to ease their nausea. But does CBD really work for nausea? We spoke with a doctor and a nurse who specialize in cannabis therapy to find out.

Does CBD Help With Nausea?
Although there’s been talk about CBD helping with nausea for years, the experts we spoke to said there is just not enough research in humans to support it. Meredith Fisher-Corn, MD, editor-in-chief of The Answer Page, is a board-certified physician specializing in anesthesiology, perioperative and pain medicine, and she served with distinction at Harvard Medical School. She said that CBD has not proven to be successful in helping with other forms of nausea.

– Read the entire article at Pop Sugar.


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