WHIM

WOMEN'S HEALTH INITIATIVE AT MIND

Assessing the Impact FORIA Basics on Menstrual Cycle Symptoms

We are excited to partner with FORIA for the first ever WHIM study. This observational research project is designed to collect prospective, longitudinal self-report data from women who report difficulties related to their menstrual cycle. The goal of this investigation is to clarify the impact of the use of FORIA Basics, a CBD-containing vaginal suppository, among women reporting active menstrual cycle-related

symptomatology.

Status: to begin soon! 

Cannabinoids for Menopause-Related Symptoms

This observational research project is designed to be the first of its kind to collect prospective self-report data on the impact of cannabis use in women who report menopause-related symptoms. The goal of this investigation is to clarify the impact of the use of cannabinoid-based therapies in this population and determine whether further, more in-depth studies are warranted to assess the efficacy of these products.

Status: to begin soon! 

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about WHIM:

Despite its namesake, the Women's Health Initiative at MIND (WHIM) is a well thought out research program designed to address women's health and disorders that disproportionately affect women. WHIM is the first women's centered cannabis research program in the nation and is home to a number of studies:

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McLean Hospital

115 Mill St

Belmont, MA 02448

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To volunteer for research​

Call: 617-855-3653

Email: brainstudy@mclean.harvard.edu

TO VOLUNTEER FOR RESEARCH

Call: 617-855-3653
Email: brainstudy@mclean.harvard.edu

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