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Medicinal Cannabis | Everything You Need To Know

New to Medical Marijuana, Get The Facts

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HighChi on Wednesday Aug 15, 2018

Medicinal Cannabis | Everything You Need To Know

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Whether you’re someone who has used cannabis in the past or you’re someone who’s against using it altogether, you’re sure to know that it can be used for a range of medicinal purposes. In recent years, medicinal cannabis has become more and more popular. Instead of simply being use for recreational purposes or a way to experience a form of high, cannabis is now being used to treat a range of medical problems. However, how much do you really know about what it does and how it works? If you haven’t used medicinal cannabis before, you may not know how it can be taken and what it can be used to treat. Luckily, we’re going to explain a few key things.


What Can Medicinal Cannabis Treat?

There’s a long list of medical problems that medicinal cannabis can help to treat and manage, which is why it’s such a popular treatment option. It isn’t just a case of it being used for one or two things, the list is actually somewhat endless. However, it’s main use is for pain relief. Medicinal cannabis is often taken by those who suffer with painful headaches and migraines, many of whom find that more traditional pain relief medicines don’t work in the way that they need them to. It can also reduce the pain associated with diseases such as cancer. A lot of people with long term conditions also use medicinal cannabis to manage their pain levels, especially if the pain is chronic and constant.


One thing that’s very clear, is that medicinal cannabis isn’t just used as an alternative to other forms of pain relief. It can also be used to help with nausea and weight loss. When someone is undergoing chemotherapy for cancer, it isn’t uncommon for them to feel nauseous and unwell a lot of the time. However, medicinal cannabis can prevent this by settling the stomach and improving hunger. Similarly, medicinal cannabis can also be used to counteract poor appetite and weight loss that’s caused by chronic illness.


There are also a number of very specific conditions that are often treated with medicinal cannabis, one of which is multiple sclerosis. Multiple sclerosis is a disease that affects both the brain and the spinal cord, often resulting in muscle spasms and problems with balance. With medicinal cannabis, these symptoms can be reduced. Another condition that is often treated with medicinal cannabis is arthritis. Arthritis causes inflammations of a joint, which can cause movement to be difficult and painful for the sufferer. Medicinal cannabis has been known to reduce this pain, as well as the swelling and stiffness of the joint in question.


How Can Medicinal Cannabis Be Taken?

Medicinal cannabis can be taken in a number of different ways. It isn’t simply a case of having to smoke it as you would a cigarette, as a lot of people initially assume. Though, this is an option that a lot of medicinal cannabis users favor. It can also be vaporized, using a dry herb or portable vaporizer, and it can be taken as a liquid extract. However, one of the most popular ways to take medicinal cannabis is by eating it. Medicinal cannabis is often baked into cookies or brownies, to provide a more enjoyable and delicious way of ingesting it. It can also be found in candy form, chocolate form and even in some savoury snacks. Taking medicinal cannabis  in food form is one of the most common ways for it to be taken, especially by people who are not used to smoking regularly and those who are against smoking in general. Not only is it a lot more enjoyable, it it's a lot easier to monitor how much you are taking. Plus, there’s no need to worry about the smell that’s given off when cannabis is smoked.


Are There Side Effects to Medicinal Cannabis?

If you’re considering taking cannabis for medicinal purposes, you’ll be pleased to know that it’s a relatively safe way to treat whatever pain or problem you are suffering with. In fact, a lot of people use medicinal cannabis regularly without a problem. However, it is important to note that you may experience side effects such as drowsiness and dizziness. It may even cause short term memory loss and the feeling of euphoria, or a slight high. The side effects of cannabis are minor and they don’t last a long time.


As you can see, there are a number of fantastic ways that medicinal cannabis can be used. So, it’ll come as no surprise that it’s a popular treatment option for many people. Rather than suffering with ongoing pain, a lot of people turn to medicinal cannabis online. Not only does it reduce the pain and symptoms experienced with a lot of illnesses, but it also provides an alternative to synthetic medicine.


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