One recent survey reported that upwards of 66% of those who suffer from MS may use cannabis in their efforts to control the disease.
While muscle stiffness affects an estimated 90% of MS patients, a study of medical marijuana has shed light on how cannabinoids in marijuana may alleviate spasticity.
It’s those last three symptoms that have been most studied in relation to medical marijuana.
These are four ways that medical cannabis can help to improve overall quality of life for people who experience chronic pain, whether due to bodily injury, disease or illness, or other conditions.
Not only is there medical evidence surrounding cannabinoids’ ability to help treat these conditions and their symptoms, but there’s also a significant amount of anecdotal success stories too.
Medicinal Cannabis in Australia is legal at the federal level, but products are strictly regulated.
According to The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, over 400,000 people in the United States and about 2.5 million people around the world have MS.
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“Magic mushrooms” have been found to. be particularly effective in combating both treatment-resistant depression and major depressive episodes.