Medical Benefits?


As cannabis becomes less of a stereotype of a stoner and evolve into a leading medical benefactor for many ailments. Most ailments, but not all, are rooted to inflammation. Cannabis has amazing anti-inflammatory elements. The research world has slowly got funding over the past decade to dive into the mysteries and how marijuana can be used to treat medical diagnoses. 


Below are findings of researched back studies and how Cannabis effects us. 

Replacement for Opioid Pain Medications

A study published in June 2017 in the scientific journal Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research, however, concluded that according to reports of medical patients, cannabis is “just as effective, if not more, than opioid-based medications for pain.” In this study, survey data from 2,897 medical cannabis patients were collected, and 97% of the sampled group reported that they either strongly agreed or agreed that they were able to decrease their opiate usage with the help of marijuana. study


Data suggest that cannabis has been used as a migraine treatment for years but is only now coming Out of 121 adult participants, 40% of subjects reported positive effects. The average number of migraine headaches decreased from 10.4 per month to 4.6. 85% of subjects reported having fewer migraines per month with cannabis. Study


Studies show that the cannabis compound activates pathways in the central nervous system that block pain signals from being sent to the brain. Even an FDA-approved trial in 2013 confirmed THC’s effectiveness for pain relief.

Eases Nausea & Vomiting

Considering that other nausea medications such as Zofran can lead to side effects like: diarrhea, headache, drowsiness, blurred vision, muscle spasms, rash, fever, and constipation just to name a few – THC-based therapies are a much safer option.

Effective Sleep Aid

While most Recent research suggests it may also improve breathing while reducing sleep interruptions. Great news for those suffering from conditions such as sleep apnea!

Helps Treat PTSD

Some psychiatrists say that THC-rich cannabis is the only treatment for PTSD. In fact, studies have confirmed that THC eases a variety of PTSD-related symptoms including agitation, depression, insomnia, flashbacks, and nightmares. This means that for those suffering from PTSD, they can finally get the peaceful sleep they need to heal and regain balance in their lives.

Parkinson’s Disease

Cannabis has proven to be a hopeful solution for managing some of the difficulties that are linked to Parkinson’s disease. In fact, a study released in November 2017 by researchers at Tel Aviv University in Israel tested 40 patients with Parkinson’s Disease; they discovered that after smoking medical marijuana for a total of 19 months, many of the debilitating symptoms connected to this medical disorder were improved. To be exact, 82% of test subjects reported an improvement of their Parkinson’s-related symptoms after the allocated period of time, while another 75% claimed an enhancement in their general and overall mood. These results provide strong evidence that cannabis could be a possible solution for minimizing both the onset and duration of Parkinson’s symptoms among those diagnosed. study