Marijuana to help you medically
Marijuana is known for its medicinal values and pain relieving properties. The good thing about this plant is that it is rich in Omega-3 and 6 fatty acids which are highly important for human health, but not found in good amounts in other plant products. Some animal products have these essential fatty acids in large proportions, but those are vegan find it difficult to meet their dietary requirements of omega acids.
This plant is extremely effective in treating a number of diseased conditions while ensuring the safety of users. In fact, some people say that it is safer than other drugs prescribed in hospitals.
Some studies support that med marijuana helps in many medical conditions and symptoms like vomiting, nausea, cancer, glaucoma, muscle spasms, chronic pain, appetite loss, spasticity, diabetes, and seizure disorders. It is also known to provide relief in lung cancer, HIV/AIDS, and also alleviate addiction problems related to opiate dependency and alcohol abuse.
Medical fraternity has accepted this product as an effective treatment solution for certain chronic conditions. In fact, it has become a necessity for those suffering from an auto immune disorder. Some compounds found in the plant are being produced synthetically and used for the treatment. So, using the plant product can be hypothesized to have great benefits.
Proponent of medical marijuana have used the components like CBD and THC found in the plant to treat a wide variety of illness and health issues like sleep disorders, pains, aches, and also problems related to eating. These components are also helpful to treat side-effects of chemotherapy. However, it is not suggested to use med marijuana without any expert’s advice. One should not attempt to self-diagnose and prescribe treatment.
With more and more people accepting it as an effective treatment for a number of diseases, many states have legalized the production and use of med marijuana for qualifying patients. Use of this product is legal under the federal law only, and patients in other states do not have legal access to these products. Even in states where the marijuana law exists, patients and the providers are always vulnerable to arrest and interference from the law enforcement.
This inhibition is not only a disappointment for patients, but also for those taking part in the research to unleash the potential of this plant. The prohibition has thwarted various research projects on marijuana and its medical benefits. This interruption in the research has actually made it difficult to put efforts to reform the law pertaining to marijuana use as a medicine.
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