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Various conditions are treated using medical marijuana

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The District of Columbia and several American states have some sort of medical marijuana legalization.
Despite the fact that many people daily use marijuana, the FDA has only approved its use for the treatment of Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and two peculiar and severe cases of Dravet syndrome.

The following list of conditions are just a few that medical marijuana is used to treat:


Pain

Appetite loss

Multiple sclerosis

Cancer

Eating disorders such as anorexia

Epilepsy

Glaucoma

Nausea

Muscle spasms

Crohn’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease

Mental health conditions like schizophrenia and posttraumatic stress disorder

Wasting syndrome (cachexia)
Hi, buddies!
These standards are not obligatory and might not be modified anytime soon. When it came time to make a decision, the Narcotic Enforcement Administration decided against reclassifying marijuana as a Schedule II drug like Oxycodone or Ritalin.
As a result, the FDA agreed to encourage further in-depth research on marijuana and simplify the process for analysts. Without sure, further research is needed if we're going to be able to advise physicians and patients on how to use cannabis safely and effectively, according to Bonn-Miller.
(08-08-2022, 11:46 AM)maryjones Wrote: Hi, buddies!
These standards are not obligatory and might not be modified anytime soon. When it came time to make a decision, the Narcotic Enforcement Administration decided against reclassifying marijuana as a Schedule II drug like Oxycodone or Ritalin.
As a result, the FDA agreed to encourage further in-depth research on marijuana and simplify the process for analysts. Without sure, further research is needed if we're going to be able to advise physicians and patients on how to use cannabis safely and effectively, according to Bonn-Miller.
It seems like a missed time to me!
There is no indication why every obstacle would not be removed in the search for a cure for all of these diseases.



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