Cannabis for ADHD, with Aleksi Hupli

Cannabis for ADHD, with Aleksi Hupli

Cannabis for ADHD, with Aleksi Hupli. Researcher Aleksi Hupli explored cannabis for ADHD in his recent case report Medical Cannabis for Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Sociological Patient Case Report of Cannabinoid Therapeutics in Finland. Aleksi talked to us about his study, including a discussion of some of the most significant evidence to date supporting the use of cannabis for ADHD.

Cannabis for ADHD

He also mentions a follow-up study he’d like to conduct, to explore the topic more thoroughly. Aleksi lives in Amsterdam, from Lappeenranta, studied in Helsinki and currently doing my Ph.D. at the University of Tampere. He also works as a freelance video reporter and is a board member at the Finnish Association for Humane Drug Policy and the vice-president of the Amsterdam Society for Medical Social Scientists. He has completed Master´s degrees in Sociology at the University of Helsinki and in Medical Anthropology at the University of Amsterdam. Aleksi is currently doing his Sociology Ph.D. at the University of Tampere, Finland, focusing on what is referred to as pharmacological neuroenhancement. He also is the co-founder of the Finnish Psychedelic Research Association, Vice-President of the Amsterdam Society for Medical Social Scientists and board member of the Finnish Association for Humane Drug Policy.

IACM Conference on Cannabinoids in Medicine aims to advance knowledge on cannabis, cannabinoids, the endocannabinoid system, and related topics especially with regard to their therapeutic potential. It supports research into cannabis products and the endocannabinoid system, and promotion of exchange of information between researchers, health care practitioners, patients, and the public.