Medical Marijuana Information

The Congress of the United States has placed marijuana on Schedule 1 of the Controlled Substances act in 1972 since they considered it without an accepted medical use. Nonetheless, experts claim that marijuana is a safe and effective treatment for pain, AIDS, multiple sclerosis, glaucoma, epilepsy and other conditions. Still, other parties argue that the weed is very dangerous and does not have an FDA approval; it is addictive and might lead to the use of stronger drugs. Some people even claim that they serve as front for legalizing and for recreational use.
Nonetheless, a lot of physicians and patients acknowledged the benefits of marijuana for thousands of years now from various societies and cultures. Marijuana is considered as one of the safest therapeutic substances known and no on has died of it and has a wide range of therapeutic uses. Medical marijuana offers relief from chronic pain, nausea, promotes appetite, reduce muscle spasm and is usually effective in treating serious conditions.
Most patients also attest that marijuana is very effective in treating arthritis, migraine, opiate and alcohol addiction, depression and menstrual cramps. Based on research made, marijuana is even safer than alcohol, aspirin, Advil, tobacco and even French fries. Because of its many medical advantages, 14 US states have legalized its use among persons and patients who are suffering from chronic illnesses.

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