Marijuana And Parkinson’s Disease: What We Know
Parkinson’s disease is progressive neurological condition in which the brain gradually stops producing dopamine, a neurotransmitter that helps us make smooth, coordinated movements. Its specific symptoms are slowness of movement, muscle stiffness, and trembling (dyskinesia)—which, ironically, can be worsened by Parkinson’s medication (in which case it’s called “levodopa-induced dyskinesia”).
Marijuana Can Help The 12 Million Patients Suffering From Spasticity
Could cannabis be the new, improved answer for patients suffering from spasticity? The roughly 12 million people worldwide who are thought to suffer from the condition would love to hear that news.