This article was originally published in February 2023.

As marijuana becomes more popular across the country, with more and more states welcoming it legally, one condition, which was previously considered rare and still hard to ascertain, is also becoming more common, according to one doctor.

The condition is called cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome or CHS, and its symptoms include repeated episodes of severe nausea, vomiting, and stomach cramping, according to American Addiction Centers. Fortunately  though, the treatment for it exists.

Though still not widely known or completely understood, CHS is characterized by a strong and often enduring sensitivity to THC and possibly other cannabinoids.

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