Marijuana for pain; particularly chronic pain is the leading reason people seek medical marijuana in states where medical marijuana is legal (medical states).
Statistics show that 33% of medical marijuana patients in medical states got their medical cards for chronic pain.
More significantly, according to a study published in the …
IBD, short for inflammatory bowel disease, is a group of diseases that affect the gastrointestinal tract. They include Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
Unfortunately, there’s no known cure for IBD. That being said, cannabis has emerged as a complementary or alternative treatment to treat the bothersome symptoms of IBD.
Hardly ever is medical marijuana mentioned without thinking of the duo—marijuana and cancer.
When it comes to the treatment of cancer with marijuana, there are two possible roles for the herb.
First and most controversially, as a primary treatment for cancer. This would mean that marijuana would be at the …
Many people turn to alcohol and drugs such as cocaine, nicotine, and marijuana to cope with the symptoms of PTSD.
And when it comes to marijuana and PTSD, do patients use marijuana to treat their condition, or do they cite the benefits of marijuana to mask their drug-seeking behavior?
What are the medical benefits of cannabis for multiple sclerosis (MS)?
How effective is medical cannabis when it comes to treating the persistent and complex symptoms of MS such as MS pain?
And how is cannabis for MS better than conventional medication?
These are the questions MS patients want answers …