Medical Marijuana is a legal substance that can be recommended by your doctor for a multitude of medical treatments. Listed below are a variety of medical conditions that can benefit through daily use; however, you should take the time to do your own research and speak with a medical professional to help you assess your current medical condition.
Medical marijuana can be adminstered using a variety of methods including: liquid tinctures, vaporizing, smoking, eating, capsuls, lozenges/candy, sprays, and more. These types of medications can provide both short-term and long-term effects when it comes to treating different types of ailments.
Pain - Medical marijuana has shown moderate to high quality evidence for effectiveness in relieving chronic pain, especially when inhaled. When inhaled, blood levels of cannabinoids rise faster than when oral products are used.
Neurological problems - Studies have shown the efficacy for conditions such as multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, and movement problems. The combination of THC and CBD extracts give patients relief of spasticity.
Cancer - Medical marijuana has shown some anti-cancer effects in laboratory experiments, although there has been little research into their use as a cancer treatment in people. Experiments have suggested that cannabis has antitumour effects, including a potential effect on breast-and-lung cancer cells.
Dementia - Cannabinoids have been proposed to have the potential for lessening the effects of Alzheimer's disease.
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