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Most think cannabis induced munchies are bad for health. But a new study supports the theory that cannabis lowers obesity rates.
Strokes kill nearly 150,000 people a year. Stroked can cause massive amounts of pain and suffering. Evidence suggests cannabis after stroke can help.
While much about Parkinson’s remains unclear, recent scientific studies have shown that using cannabis for Parkinson’s disease can help ease symptoms.
Arthritis, a debilitating autoimmune disease, causes uncontrollable joint pain. Marijuana anti-inflammatory properties help relieve these arthritis symptoms.
According to researchers, marijuana helps Crohn’s disease symptoms. Along with reduced symptoms, participants said their quality of life increased.
Marijuana is a common treatment for PTSD or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Cannabis helps counteract the symptoms of endocannabinoid deficiency from PTSD.
A study in the International Journal of Oncology found that combining certain cannabinoids can increase effectiveness of chemotherapy drugs on leukemia.
The Israeli Ministry of Health is beginning a hundred person study into whether or not CBD can be used to treat the symptoms of autism.
Griffith introduced another similar bill in 2014 called “Legitimate Use of Medicinal Marijuana Act.” In 2015 Griffith introduced “Compassionate Access Act.”