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-It Can Help Regulate Seizures-

Medical cannabis can regulate seizures, which is another one of the more high-profile findings coming out of new medical science studies. For patients with disorders like Epilepsy, cannabis is showing immense promise.

-It Can Help With Speech Impairments-

If you, or someone you know, has an issue with stuttering, cannabis can help. Research is being learned, but in the same way that cannabis helps calm spasms and twitches, those with speech problems can potentially benefit from its effects.

 -A Treatment For ADHD-

For those with serious trouble concentrating, or who have children suffering from ADD or ADHD. Cannabis might be the treatment you've been waiting for and is safer and more effective than medications like Ritalin or Adderall.

It doesn’t have a high potential for abuse, and there are very legitimate medical applications. In fact, sometimes Marijuana is the only thing that works… It is irresponsible not to provide the best care we can as a medical community, care that could involve Marijuana. We have been terribly and systematically misled for nearly 70 years in the United States, and I apologize for my own role in that.
— Dr. Sanjay Gupta / Neurosurgeon.
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   -It Can Slow The Development Of Alzheimer's Disease-

Cognitive degeneration is unavoidable as we age, and Alzheimer’s disease falls under that same umbrella. Good news is that studies are showing cannabis can stop the progresssion of Alzhiemers diseases, which may lead to longer, richer lives for millions.

-It Can Be Used As a Food Source-

Despite the fact that cannabis is hard to find at your local grocery store, because of stigmas, it's been a dietary staple for many civilizations. Hemp has often been cultivated as a source of protein, and even today is used to create protein powders, or seeds can be purchased for consumption. On a large production scale, hemp can feed a lot of hungry people if prohibitive laws are overturned.

 -An Alternative Treatment for Headache and Migraines-

Lots of people experience headaches every day, and taking the typical medicines – be it acetaminophen or ibuprofen – can take its toll on your body, leading to ulcers, liver damage, and other complications. Cannabis offers a natural alternative, and one that won’t chew threw your stomach lining.

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The American Nurses Association (ANA) recognizes that patients should have safe access to therapeutic Marijuana/cannabis. Cannabis or Marijuana has been used medicinally for centuries. It has been shown to be effective in treating a wide range of symptoms and conditions.
— American Nurses Association
The evidence is overwhelming that marijuana can relieve certain types of pain, nausea, vomiting and other symptoms caused by such illnesses as multiple sclerosis, cancer and AIDS — or by the harsh drugs sometimes used to treat them. And it can do so with remarkable safety. Indeed, marijuana is less toxic than many of the drugs that physicians prescribe every day.
— Joycelyn Elders, MD

-It Can Help Mend Broken Bones-

Can you believe that cannabis can actually mend broken bones? It’s true, as CBD evidently reacts chemically with collagen, spurring along the healing process. Another very exciting find

-Effective For Treating Nausea-

This is a relatively common feeling, and one that is brought on by any number of things. Some people live with constant bouts on a daily basis, and as you can imagine, it can be debilitating. How does cannabis come into the picture? Chemical compounds in cannabis react with brain receptors to regulate feelings of nausea. This is a particular boost for chemotherapy patients.

-Can Help People With HIV/AIDs and other STD's-

Cannabis can’t directly cure the AIDS virus, but it can and does help those living with it cope. Specifically, cannabis helps those living with AIDS/HIV maintain their diets and handle associated pains and aches.

I have found in my study of these patients that Cannabis is really a safe, effective and non-toxic alternative to many standard medications. There is no such thing as an overdose. We have seen very minimal problems with abuse or dependence, which at worst are equivalent to dependence on caffeine. While a substance may have some potential for misuse, in my opinion, that’s a poor excuse to deny its use and benefit to everyone else.
— Philip Denney, MD / Physician




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The American Alliance for Medical Cannabis

Cannabis (Marijuana) for Medical Use

"Reviews the medicinal use of Cannabis, introduces the endocannabinoid system, addresses myths, outlines therapeutic indications, and spells out dosages and routes of administration. This course addresses public policy and legal issues as use of medicinal Cannabis becomes legal in a growing number of states throughout the United States."