Weed is an herbal medicine that can help with pain and anxiety.
It can also help with anxiety and depression.
And it’s also a natural and powerful alternative to alcohol, according to a new study published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence.
The findings from this study come as states have begun to crack down on the opioid epidemic.
More than 1.4 million Americans died from opioid overdoses in 2016.
The study found that for people who take the herb regularly, it can help manage anxiety and alcohol addiction.
The drug was tested in a small clinical trial conducted at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital in Massachusetts.
The study looked at how marijuana can help treat alcohol and opioid addiction, and found that people who took it regularly for three months had higher levels of serotonin, the chemical that triggers serotonin receptors in the brain, compared to those who took the drug for four weeks.
The more people who use the drug, the higher the level of serotonin.
It also had a positive effect on opioid addiction.
But marijuana isn’t just for people with addictions to alcohol or opioids.
A 2015 study found a correlation between a person’s marijuana use and a person having a higher risk of developing mental health issues.
The new study found the same link between marijuana and mental health problems in people who smoke it regularly.
The researchers said this link is particularly interesting because it suggests that people with mental health conditions are less likely to use marijuana when it’s not an active prescription drug.
According to the study, the marijuana-using participants were also more likely to report having symptoms of depression, anxiety and other mental health disorders.
“The findings suggest that regular marijuana use may be a valuable adjunct for treating mental health symptoms, particularly for people at high risk of mental health distress and mental illness,” said lead author Dr. Yuriy Leshchenko, an assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the University of California, San Francisco.
“In addition, the findings indicate that the therapeutic value of marijuana for people in mental health care settings should be explored in more detail in future studies.”
Dr. Leshhenko said that the researchers are still studying the results of the study to see if the substance can help people with a variety of health problems.
We’re just looking at a small number of individuals, so we’re just speculating about whether there are other benefits, he said.
Dr. David Katz, an associate professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, said that he wasn’t surprised that marijuana was found to be beneficial in the study.
Marijuana has been used for centuries in many cultures for medical and psychological purposes, and is a popular recreational drug, Katz said.
“It’s not just a prescription drug,” Katz said in an interview.
“I think that it’s a part of everyday life and the use of marijuana by many Americans is a part in that.”
“There’s a lot of people who are addicted to marijuana, but it’s the drug of choice and a way to get things done.”