Medical marijuana, as the name suggests, is a form of cannabis used in medicine. What exactly are the medical benefits of cannabis? Some of the main symptoms currently used in medical marijuana include
Pain of terminal cancer
Is the most famous medical cannabis effective as a treatment for epilepsy? In fact, CBD, which became explosively popular in the United States, is said to have been triggered by the recovery of symptoms of a girl who originally suffered from refractor epilepsy. A girl who has been unable to even walk due to severe seizures and chemical side effects has been able to live her normal life well thanks to treatment using medical cannabis. This prompted people and families with the same disease, known as medical cannabis refugees, to move to states where medical cannabis was allowed at the time. It is no exaggeration to say that this is the moment when the effects of medical cannabis are recognized in the U.S.
In addition, it is prescribed for various diseases and troubles for pain relief. From people who are suffering from terminal cancer to chronic pain caused by injuries and problems peculiar to women such as PMS. CBD, which does not require concern about dependencies or side effects, can be ingested continuously, so it is spreading rapidly in terms of medical care.
Cannabis used in medical care has various appearances. Cbd oil is generally common. Medications prescribed vary depending on the patient’s age and symptoms, such as full spectrum, broad spectrum, and isolator.
Recently, research has been underway as a therapeutic agent against coronavirus. Cannabis such as CBD does not have the effect of sterilizing coronavirus itself, but it seems to have the effect of preventing viruses from entering the human body and suppressing the generation of viruses.
Currently, the United States and Europe, as well as Thailand and South Korea in Asia, have adopted medical marijuana, and it is expected that further research will be conducted and the market will expand.