Marijuana, weed, cannabis, hashish… – is a light drug, containing osychoactive substances, as well as the drugs that are produced of it, it is prohibited by law almost in the whole world. As a medical product it is allowed in Israel and in 20 states of the United States of America. While the benefits of cannabis smoking is controversial, many people agree that smoking cannabis is useful and believe that the drug should be legal for usage for the medical purposes. And though the benefit from the smoking weeds can be overpriced by the marijuana advacates, new laws will help studying the medical purposes, how the marijuana smoking is useful and to understand better how it influences the body.
Adriana Bello from the PulseHeadlines.com resource in her article showed the benefits of marijuana treatment.
Medicinal marijuana treatments are replacing traditional medications
Marijuana is becoming more accepted as medication to treat some diseases or conditions. Cannabis-based treatments are now helping to address afflictions like stress, PTSD, and phobias. Moreover, marijuana treatments could replace NSAIDs like Ibuprofen, and they are being used to deal with some pet’s medical issues.
Medical marijuana has been prescribed across the U.S. since 1996 when California became the first state to legalize medical cannabis. After California, legalization has expanded across the U.S, and medical marijuana is now legal in over thirty states, with the recent addition of Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, North Dakota and Arkansas.
The first approved medical cannabis store in Florida opened on July 2016, in a mall in northeast Tallahassee.
This measure has improved the health of many citizens, and legalization has resulted in significant drops in violent crime, between 8 and 11 percent decrease in traffic fatalities, and a decline in rates of opioid abuse in places that have legalized medical marijuana. Continue reading here…
Medical consumers of marijuana claim that this drug helps to facilitate pain and nausea, facilitate side effects of the chemotherapy.
Brian Rackham from the Ktar.com portal in his article shows the positive influence of marijuana when it comes to PTSD.
Former UofA researcher to take part in marijuana treatment study for PTSD
PHOENIX — A former University of Arizona researcher will play a key role in an upcoming study that will aim to discover whether marijuana could be used as a Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder treatment for veterans.
According to a recent press release, Dr. Sue Sisley will be the principal investigator at the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies’ Phoenix site.
The first-of-its-kind $2.1 million clinical trial, which will be funded by the Colorado Department of Health, was formally approved by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration last week.
Sisley will oversee 38 veterans who have been diagnosed with the disorder and will participate in the randomized, placebo-controlled study. Continue reading here…
The following video demonstartes how it is possible to treat anxiety with the help of cannabis.
If you are using cannabis, you need a lighter, choose for example printed bic lighters in order not to loose it, so it is very noticeable and eye-friendly.