People all around the world really want to know whether medical marijuana is good for health or not. The subject is indeed interesting and it has been a hot topic for discussion for a long time. There is great news that medical marijuana has been legalized in the state of California. In the United States, there are currently 28 states that have legalized medical marijuana, with the possibility of more states following suit.
Marijuana is a plant originally from central Asia that has been in use for medical purposes for around 3000 years. There has been extensive research and evidence to support that marijuana has great and surprising medicinal properties.
Its medicinal properties can cure diseases for which there is no significant cure currently available:
- Helps in Weight Loss
- It Does Not Harm Your Lung
- Pain Relief
- Anti tumor Properties
- Digestion Disorders
- Fights Cancer
One of the benefits that medical marijuana can help with is weight loss. It regulates the insulin production in the body and manages calorie intake to help reduce fat from the body.
Contrary to the common belief that marijuana harms your lungs, it has been found by the Journal of American Medical Association that it increases lung capacity and does not affect your lungs. Medical marijuana has no psychoactive effects, and rather helps in infections.
Marijuana can be effective in the treatment of pain related illness such as migraines, arthritis, multiple sclerosis and several other such conditions. It has anti-inflammatory properties that work effectively in treating these chronic pain conditions.
Research and studies have shown anti tumor properties of marijuana. It helps in growth prevention for brain cancer cells. Moreover it also helps in several cognitive conditions.
It helps in effective treatment of digestive disorders such as Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome and colitis.
According to the several research and animal studies, Cannabidiol relieves seizures in children who are epileptic.
A study finds that it helps in treating cancer while going chemotherapy treatment. Compounds of marijuana stops metastasis in some types of cancer.
Ray Boroumand is the Office Manager of 4th Street Medical, a leader in providing evaluations for medical marijuana in Orange County. An advocate for medical marijuana, Ray believes in making the process as simple and easy for patients as possible through quick and convenient verification. At 4th Street Medical, he stresses convenience, affordability and transparency 100% of the time and advises patients on how to get a medical marijuana card in California.