Benefits of Medical Marijuana

Medical weed

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Did you know that there are Americans still alive today who were alive before marijuana was made illegal? Marijuana has only been illegal in the United States since 1937. The benefits of medical weed, however, had been noted for many years before it was demonized in the United States.

Thanks to many misconceptions and unfortunate stereotypes in the early 1900s, marijuana was banned in the United States. Medical weed is only slowly gaining traction back in the country after many years of being considered the Devil’s Lettuce. Although it’s true that smoking the flower can make you feel high, the effects other than the high are what is garnering the attention of medical professionals nowadays. Please note that while marijuana can help manage pain for these maladies, it does not necessarily help cure them. There is a difference! The pain-blocking effects of THC make it an ideal choice for people who live in chronic pain. Medical weed has a positive effect on conditions like:

Migraine headaches

Nausea and vomiting (even nausea caused by chemotherapy in cancer patients!)



Epilepsy and seizures

The list of ailments it helps goes on and on. The best thing about marijuana? It is completely natural and no deaths have ever been reported from overdosing on it. Ever! When treating pain, would you rather consume something made in a laboratory or something that grows from the good green earth? You make that call, but one thing is certain: the effects of medical marijuana have been proven to help people in pain for many, many years.

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