Cannabis for Hepatitis

Studies and Information on Cannabis for Hepatitis

Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver and can be characterized as acute or chronic. Acute hepatitis usually lasts no more than a couple of months. Chronic hepatitis can be a lifelong debilitating disease.

Most commonly, the liver becomes inflamed as a result of the hepatic viruses A, B, C, D, or E, which are a major health problem worldwide. Viral hepatitis is contagious, while non-viral forms of hepatitis are not.

In some cases, toxins, alcohol, and many pharmacological medications such as acetaminophen and ibuprofen can also produce hepatitis.

Ratings for Cannabis and Hepatitis

Rated 1.0 / 5 (How Ratings Work)

Possibility of efficacy for cannabis in treatment of hepatitis.
Based on 9 Studies from 2003 - 2014

Studies on Cannabis and Hepatitis

Study Name, Description & Year


Marijuana Smoking Does Not Accelerate Progression Of Liver Disease In HIV-hepatitis C Coinfection: A Longitudinal Cohort Analysis
Data were analyzed for 690 HCV polymerase chain reaction positive (PCR-positive) individuals without significant fibrosis or end-stage liver disease (ESLD) at baseline. — 2013


Influence Of Cannabis Use On Severity Of Hepatitis C Disease
Baseline data from a prospective cohort study of 204 persons with chronic HCV infection were used for analysis. — 2008