The prevalence of cannabis use during pregnancy is on the rise, as evidenced by 19-22% of patients testing positive for cannabis at delivery in Colorado and California. Patients commonly resort to cannabis consumption to alleviate symptoms such as nausea and vomiting, anxiety, and pain. Nevertheless, both preclinical and clinical data indicate detrimental effects on the physiology and behavior of offspring due to fetal cannabis exposure. This narrative review aims to identify potential areas for intervention to reduce cannabis consumption during pregnancy.
About the Author
Our deep love of plants and fascination with Cannabis has enabled over 25 years of successful small-scale Marijuana cultivation from indoor hydroponics, greenhouses, and outdoor growing set-ups.
As Cannabis laws around the world change, *we support the movement toward freedom of choice for responsible, consenting adults who wish to experience the joy and wonder of growing a Cannabis plant.