So…wouldn’t it just be nice to get high and feel better?
We tried speaking with the College of Family Physicians of Canada, but they declined to comment, saying there is not sufficient research to confirm the impact of cannabis on colds and the flu.
What the experts say
Plus, if you’re one of those ounce-of-prevention types, he says some research suggests CBD has anti-viral properties.
Passing around a joint amongst friends is a fun but quick way to spread germs, so be careful who you light up with.
If eating cannabis appeals to you on your sick day(s), we caught up with Robyn Griggs Lawrence, author of The Cannabis Kitchen Cookbook. She says when she’s feeling under the weather she turns to:
Fever means a body temperature of 100.4° F (38°C) or higher. An infection is the most common cause of fever. Examples include the flu, pneumonia, food poisoning, and bladder infection.
The average body temperature is 98.6° F (37°C). But “normal” body temperature varies from person to person. It also changes during the day, rising a bit after you eat or exercise. Body temperature is often higher in the afternoon than it is when you wake up in the morning.
Cannabidiol As A Potential Treatment For Febrile Infection-Related Epilepsy Syndrome (FIRES) In The Acute And Chronic Phases
Below is a Library of Cannabis Research Studies for Fever.
Other conditions can also cause a fever. These include diseases that produce inflammation, such as rheumatoid arthritis, reactions to drugs or vaccines, and even certain types of cancers. — Harvard Medical School
Over 1000 studies covering over 130 topics compiled for easy browsing.