Facts About Medical Marijuana: Read On!
Now what exactly is a medical marijuana and why should it be legalized?
It has been a widely debated issue in almost all States of America and of the other parts of the world. Some people believe that the use of marijuana has a myriad of benefits especially when it comes to the medical field. Although it has been a topic wherein some officials of the Congress fear that the improper application of this would lead to a major disaster but there have been a few States in America that has already legalized the said plant.
Marijuana is actually derived from the cannabis plant and its flowers as well as its stems are the important parts to produce the medicine that can cure various ailments especially for suppressing pain in many cancer patients. Studies reveal that the use of medical marijuana can slow the increase and growth of cancer cells.
Although medical marijuana has been classified by the Supreme Court as a Schedule 1 Substance that does not have a medical significance but for every downfall there is always a positive feature and facts about the said plant.
We have often heard of the word “Marijuana” engaged in negative notions, but it does have some positive aspects and this would include reducing nausea associated with chemotherapy of a cancer patient as well as increasing the appetite of AIDS/ HIV patients and more so it even lowers blood pressure.
More than that, Alzheimer diseased patients can be slowly treated as what was stated according to a research published on “Molecular Pharmaceutics”. These are already given facts and had already been proven amongst 13 States in America who have legalized marijuana for medicinal purposes. A lot of Doctors and officials of the Congress have already been working out on this one so as to treat other diseases and control unnecessary recreational usage of it. But we have to take into consideration that there are needed precautions to remember especially so that some States have not approved of it yet because if you are caught red-handed, criminal charges may be pressed against you.