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Mysterious Condition A Hidden Downside To Heavy Cannabis Use

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Mysterious Condition A Hidden Downside To Heavy Cannabis Use

Mysterious Condition A Hidden Downside To Heavy Cannabis Use

According to a report by Business Insider, very little is known about cannabinoid hyperemisis syndrome, better known as CHS, a condition that links heavy marijuana use to violent vomiting and nausea.

CHS was reportedly first identified in the early 2000s, and was thought to be far rarer than scientists now believe.

Business Insider reports that there is no cure for the disease, and the only long-lasting treatment is quitting cannabis completely.

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