While much about Parkinson’s remains unclear, recent scientific studies have shown that using cannabis for Parkinson’s disease can help ease symptoms.
With Southern California cities closing down medical cannabis dispensaries, people like David are losing safe access to the medicine they need By Sam Sabzehzar | April 27, 2013 David has been a medical marijuana patient ever since his primary physician recommended he try it, and has experienced a much better quality of life. Currently, there
Katerina Venderova from Movement Disorders Journal conducted a survey of Parkinson’s disease patients using medial cannabis and reported that “39 patients (45.9%) described mild or substantial alleviation of their PD symptoms in general, 26 (30.6%) showed improvement of rest tremor, 38 (44.7%) had improvement in bradykinesia, 32 (37.7%) had alleviation of muscle rigidity, and 12 (14.1%) had improvement
Florida Medical Marijuana Patient, Cathy Jordan, Explains How Cannabis Keeps Her Alive Having survived Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) for 22 years using cannabis (marijuana) as medicine, Cathy Jordan of Florida explains how it works to keep her alive – as a neuroprotective, cough stimulation, and the “cottonmouth” effect that controls the excess saliva so dangerous
http://youtu.be/AvtD1zizLng This video is simply nothing short of amazing! Watch the short video… if your unsure this is a true medication… watch this just once, and THINK AGAIN! Do you have someone in mind you can share this with? If we want to have access to this medication, it’s up to us all to spread