Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Study Suggests Cannabinoids May Improve Muscle Function In Myasthenia Gravis


The muscle function in a study using a mouse model of myasthenia gravis was improved after treatment with cannabinoids improved, suggesting they may have therapeutic potential for the disease, researchers say.

The study, “Cannabinoid-induced increase of quantal size and enhanced neuromuscular transmission,” was published in the journal Scientific Reports.