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For new patients, discovering the world of medical cannabis can be a bewildering experience at times. Don't worry! We're here to provide you with the facts and tools to make an informed decision.
For decades, cannabis has been known as an illegal drug with a subculture of its own, far from the mainstream. In recent years though, scientists have found more and more evidence of its therapeutic potential. Cannabis has become a trusted, daily medication for millions of people across the world, treating conditions ranging from anxiety to arthritis to the nausea caused by chemotherapy, without the dangerous and harmful side effects of many popular pharmaceuticals.
Medicinal cannabis may be suitable for some health conditions, where other treatments have been unsuccessful. However, every patient is unique! Those who are considering medicinal cannabis should always consult their chosen healthcare professional first and foremost for guidance on the use of medical cannabis.
If you’re one of the millions of people who have trouble sleeping, you may have considered a cannabis compound, such as CBD. Further to its anti-inflammatory properties, CBD is also non-psychotropic, meaning patients can access these health benefits without the 'high' feeling often associated with cannabis.Learn More about Cannabis for Pain/Sleep
Cannabis has great therapeutic potential in the treatment of gasto-intestinal conditions, including IBS. Particularly, potential treatments include associated frequent and problematic symptoms, including abdominal pain, and pain-modifying issues such as diarrhea and nausea.Learn More about Medicinal Cannabis
Recent studies have found that the patients who used cannabis to treat a range of medical problems - including anxiety - had largely improved cognitive performance and reduced clinical symptoms. These patients were also able to reduce use of conventional medications, including opioids, benzodiazepines, and other mood stabilizers. SourceLearn More about Cannabis for Mental Health
Results of recent studies suggest that cannabis may serve as a valuable addition to symptomatic therapy of ALS, spasticity, and other related neuromuscular and neurological conditions. SourceLearn More about Cannabis for Neurological Conditions
Cannabis has historical use in alleviating cancer symptoms and treatment of side effects, such as nausea and vomiting, cancer-related pain, neuropathy, general inflammation, as well as appetite and weight loss. SourceLearn More about Medicinal Cannabis