HEALTH + WELLNESS
BENEFITS OF CANNABIS
Those with chronic pain have found relief through cannabis use to be more effective than Aspirin, and much safer than opioids.
Marijuana use has been shown to decrease levels of anxiety, according to a Harvard study.
SLOWS CANCER CELL GROWTH
Research has shown that cannabis oil works to slow and even stop cancer cells from spreading by turning off specific genes central to the growth of cancerous tumors.
IMPROVES EPILECTIC SEIZURES
As above, Epilepsy sufferers find relief with cannabis. Research from New York University shows that seizure suffers who were resistant to pharmaceuticals responded positively to cannabidiol.
Using cannabis decreases pressure in the eye, relieving the increased eye pressure associated with Glaucoma.
RELIEF FROM SYMPTOMS OF IBS AND CROHN'S DISASE
Researchers found that cannabis improve gut health of Crohn’s Disease patients, however some studies have been inconclusive. IBS patients have found relief of symptoms.
TREATS SIDE EFFECTS OF CANCER TREATMENT
Numerous studies have long shown that people who took marijuana extracts in clinical trials tended to need less pain medicine, and that use of medical marijuana can be helpful for reducing nausea and vomiting linked to chemotherapy.
RELIEVES ARTHRIS SYMPTOMS
Arthritis sufferers reported pain reduction and improved sleep using a cannabinoid-based medication.
REDUCES PTSD SYMPTOMS
Preliminary research shows that marijuana improves several PTSD-related symptoms including flashbacks, poor sleep, and agitation.
EASES PAIN OF MS
Marijuana may ease painful symptoms of multiple sclerosis. A study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal suggests THC binds to receptors in the nerves and muscles to relieve pain. Other studies suggest that the chemical also helps control the muscle spasms.
RELIEF FOR PARKINSON'S DISEASE
Marijuana holds numerous benefits for Parkinson’s sufferers including: reduced, tremors, better sleep quality, ease in movement and pain relief.
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