Cannabis in medicine
The therapeutic properties of marijuana are becoming more and more well known. These include cancer, multiple sclerosis and glaucoma therapies. Although cannabis is considered a dangerous drug and is therefore not used in medicine, it is strange to ignore the fact that other painkillers often have much worse side effects and devastating effects in the body.
Moreover, cannabis has been used for centuries to treat various diseases, and today medicine confirms its effectiveness in treating the symptoms of glaucoma, stimulating appetite in AIDS patients and people undergoing chemotherapy, as well as in relieving pain in various patients.
The greatest hopes for cannabis relate to cancer. In scientific journals there is information that cannabis reduces vomiting reflexes and nausea in patients undergoing chemotherapy. In one patient out of 4, it completely eliminated these complications. In some countries, such as the USA, where knowledge of cannabis is more common, this specificity is also used as a means to combat pain, which is very common in patients with multiple sclerosis.
Marijuana versus glaucoma
It has also been scientifically proven that cannabis is able to lower the pressure inside the eyeball. High fluid pressure in the eyeball damages the optic nerve. This issue has been known since the 1970s. At that time marijuana was banned for the first time, and some patients who treated with it for glaucoma won the right to be treated with it in the courts despite the ban. Two quarters of an hour after cannabis inflammation, patients can count on a reduction in eye pain and an improvement in the quality of vision. Currently, there is no doubt about the effectiveness of glaucoma treatment with such specifics.
Gleybugs, diabetes, epilepsy and AIDS
Serious institutes prove that the substances present in cannabis are able to significantly reduce the growth rate of cancer cells. This is particularly true of the multiform glioma, which attacks the brain. The formation of blood vessels, which supply cancer cells with oxygen, is blocked. The great importance of cannabis has also been confirmed for patients suffering from diabetes, drug-resistant epilepsy and acquired immune deficiency.