Medical Marijuana

Medical cannabis or medical marijuana is the use of it as a doctor-recommended form of medicine or herbal therapy. Marijuana has a long history of medicinal use, dating as far back as 2,737 BC. Among the documented beneficial effects of cannabis are the cure to vomiting and nausea, hunger stimulation to chemotherapy patients. Its effectiveness as an analgesic has been suggested as well.
There are several ways to administer or apply a dosage of marijuana, such as smoking, vaporizing, drinking, taking capsules or eating extracts. In some countries, some are available as prescription drugs, such as the Marinol which is available in Canada, US, Mexico and the United Kingdom. Distribution and permission for medical cannabis differ from state to state but is usually made done within a framework defined by laws.
Some people consider it an essential medicine that reduces debilitating symptoms and they feel they will not be able to treat their conditions without it. Nevertheless, there is always the issue of its legality. It is still considered illegal in many places despite the fact that this is a very effective medicine that helps cure a lot of illnesses. There are some states that legalized the use of cannabis for medicinal purposes but others still consider it as one of the most popularly abused drug in the world.

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