I’ve dealt and managed my own condition of anxiety and depression by just riding it out. I saw a therapist for a while and tried using a SSRI medication, but neither worked well. I mostly live through my anxiety and depression. I try to understand myself better and be honest with myself. It’s worked well enough thus far.
Multiple Sclerosis is a debilitating disease that affects over 2.5 million people worldwide. Patients diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis can experience a range of issues such as damage to their immune system, spinal cord damage, and even damage to the brain. It is also one of the conditions a patient is most likely to seek medical cannabis treatment for and is generally recognized as a disease which qualifies for medical cannabis.
For millions of humans worldwide, medical cannabis is rapidly becoming a popular treatment method for patients suffering from various illnesses and seeking immediate and long-lasting relief. As researchers continue to back up claims with scientific studies, veterinarians and pet owners are also beginning to see that medical cannabis, also known as medical marijuana, provides significantly positive health benefits forpets as well.
Stress negatively affects the quality of life for millions of Americans. It can begin as something small and seemingly inconsequential and from there snowball into a much larger problem that can lead to depression, insomnia, and anxiety. The good news is that medical cannabis, and specifically the oil extracted from the medical marijuana plant, is wonderful at easing the symptoms of stress and restoring balance and peace of mind.
“I AM CANCER FREE!!! Stage 4 cancer and given a death sentence to cancer free in just a couple months!!!!! Hip Hip HORRAYYYYYYY.” -Linda Morado after using cannabis oil to treat stage IV kidney cancer.
Dr. Raphael Mechoulam has been proclaimed the father of cannabinoid medicine. Having discovered THC, Mechoulam has paved the way for the medicinal study of cannabis.
It was in January of 2014 when I received the most shocking news of my life. I had a suspicious lump underneath my right armpit which I knew wasn’t normal and needed attention. A week prior, I had noticed the small lump. I figured it was a cyst or a sweat gland and brushed it off for a few days. When it grew from the size of a small pea to almost the size of an orange within a week, I knew something was wrong.
Glioblastoma is a destructive and aggressive form of cancer affecting the brain and spinal cord with a grim prognosis. Even after treatment with radiation and chemotherapy, most patients only live an average of 15 months (abta.org). There is no cure for gliomas (brain tumors) and the current treatment provides only minor relief.