• According to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases around 5 million American adults suffer from fibromyalgia. About 85% of these people are women, although men can develop it as well. Fibromyalgia is idiopathic, meaning it’s unknown what causes it. Common symptoms include morning stiffness, painful menstrual periods, tingling in the hands or feet, headaches, insomnia, and memory issues (sometimes called “fibro fog”). A study from 2011 explains how cannabinoids can be used to potentially treat some of these symptoms. It states that they work synergistically with...