The fact that marijuana is still not legal in many countries is rather puzzling to physicians around the world. This is mainly due to the fact that its benefits far outweigh its risks. Marijuana has been known to expand a person’s breath and relax the body, and that’s not even the half of it; its impact on the nervous system makes it one of the most potent treatments for many severe conditions. So how useful is it?
Marijuana has been found to substantially slow down tumor growth, especially where malignancy is concerned. This means that the use of marijuana can be, and is applicable in the treatment of various cancers.
No manner of conventional medicine has been able to treat chronic migraines as effectively as marijuana. Doctors all over the world have admitted to treating thousands of migraine cases with pot!!
As a muscle relaxant, pot has also been very effective in the treatment of seizures, while at the same time improving the patient’s overall functioning.
As an experimental treatment, marijuana has had tremendous results in the treatment of Tourette’s syndrome. It has been solely responsible for the subsequent reduction in tics for these patients, and has, as well been applicable for the treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).