Cannabis and the Incidence of Psychotic Disorder – A Multi-cohort Study

While cannabis (Cannabis sativa, Cannabaceae) prohibition is being discarded by many nations, epidemiological studies and biological evidence continue to report links between its use and psychotic disorder (PD). A meta-analysis reported a dose-response link, with the highest risks of PD among people with heaviest cannabis use. It is unclear whether cannabis use affects the incidence … Continue reading Cannabis and the Incidence of Psychotic Disorder – A Multi-cohort Study

Clinical Efficacy of Bitter Orange Aromatherapy for Premenstrual Syndrome

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) affects up to 40% of reproductive-age women worldwide. PMS symptoms include irritability, depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, and bloating in the days before menstruation begins. Bitter orange (Citrus × Aurantium, Rutaceae) has traditionally been used as a carminative, antiemetic, antidepressant, anxiolytic, analgesic, and sedative and to treat headache, inflammation, insomnia, and uterine prolapse. Previous clinical … Continue reading Clinical Efficacy of Bitter Orange Aromatherapy for Premenstrual Syndrome