16 Health Benefits from Consuming Marijuana
Although marijuana can help relieve the symptoms of certain medical conditions, its use is still illegal on a federal level, and because we don’t have data from large long term studies, the FDA continues to have concerns about potential risks versus benefits. From the studies tested within the United States as well as other countries venturing into cannabis health benefits, the following benefits have been gathered.
Currently, more than 6 U.S. and international health organizations — ranging from the American Public Health Association to across the border – Health Canada and the Federation of American Scientists — have supported in granting patients immediate legal access to medicinal marijuana with physician’s supervision. The American Cancer Society and the American Medical Association support the facilitation of clinical research trials. Physicians who continue to study and do research will learn about what Marijuana can offer within the medical field.
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It can be used to treat Glaucoma
It can help reverse the carcinogenic effects of tobacco and improve lung health
It can help control epileptic seizures
Decrease symptoms of a severe seizure disorder known as Dravet’s Syndrome
There is a chemical found in marijuana stops cancer from spreading.
It may decrease anxiety.
THC slows the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
Eases the pain of multiple sclerosis.
Marijuana treats inflammatory bowel diseases.
It relieves arthritis discomfort.
It helps your metabolism.
It helps symptoms caused by Autoimmune disorders.
Soothes tremors for people with Parkinson’s disease.
Helps those suffering from PTSD.
Marijuana protects the brain after a stroke.
Reduces symptoms from chemotherapy, simulates appetite.