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Health Benefits Of Medical Ma*****na: 3 Major Ways Cannabis Helps Sick People Live Normal Lives:

To say that ma*****na’s making a comeback would be an understatement. Since California enacted a medical ma*****na law in 1996, 20 other states and the District of Columbia have followed suit, with eight of them passing laws in the past four years alone. Two of them — Washington and Colorado — have even passed full-blown legalization of the drug. And none of that includes the many states that are currently in the process, such as New York and Minnesota. This huge shift in public opinion can be credited, in large part, to a wide range of studies and patient testimonies supporting the drug’s health benefits. So, what are some of them?

STRESS, ANXIETY, AND PTSD — It’s a Mixed Bag.
No matter how you ingest ma*****na, there are possible side effects to the drug — pro-pot advocates will claim they’re never as bad as pharmaceutical side effects — including anxiety and paranoia. These effects can subsequently lead to a higher blood pressure, arrhythmia, and other effects common to anxiety. In this way, it’s a gamble when taking ma*****na. For those who know how much they’re taking and what to expect, however, may experience the opposite effect: calm, relaxation, and happiness.

For people with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), one of the worst possible anxiety disorders, ma*****na might be able to alleviate symptoms. Although there’s a scarcity of human research into the association, anecdotal evidence is heavy, and states, such as Main and New Hampshire, have begun allowing its use. The Department of Health and Human Services also signed off recently, on a study to test its benefits in PTSD patients.

The use of ma*****na for anxiety disorders, and just plain stress, comes from the fact that the brain naturally produces cannabinoids, which are the active chemicals in ma*****na — namely, delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC — and what help regulate how fear is processed in the brain.

A May 2013 study found that people with PTSD showed lower levels of a certain endocannabinoid known as anandamide in the area of their brains associated with fear and anxiety. Thus, fewer cannabinoid receptors were being activated, spurring PTSD along. In theory, using ma*****na would boost concentrations of these beneficial cannabinoids, reducing symptoms of PTSD. “We know very well that people with PTSD who use ma*****na often experience more relief from their symptoms than they do from antidepressants and other psychiatric medications,” said lead author Dr. Alexander Neumeister, of the Departments of Psychiatry and Radiology at New York University, in a press release.

In part, these calming effects could be the reasons why ma*****na use has been linked to a 10 percent reduction in su***de rates, while also being considered for use in some Swiss prisons.

CEREBRAL PALSY AND OTHER NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES:
Neurodegenerative diseases affect millions of people in the U.S. Parkinson’s disease, for example, affects an estimated one million people, while cerebral palsy affects as many as 764,000 children and adults. These diseases and more are all debilitating in their own way, as they affect the nervous system’s ability to connect with the brain, therefore affecting a person’s ability to move. Ma*****na has shown huge promise in saving these people.

Multiple sclerosis (MS), which occurs when the immune system attacks the nerve’s myelin sheaths, causes the nerves to become unable to communicate with each other. In turn, this causes weakness in limbs, partial to complete loss of vision, and tremors. Studies on ma*****na use among animals with MS showed that THC and other cannabinoids were able to target the inflammation-causing cells produced by the immune system, subsequently leading to less destruction of myelin. Another UK study found that 12 weeks of ma*****na treatment helped relieve muscle stiffness in 30 percent of almost 300 patients suffering from MS.

Ma*****na has also been shown to reduce symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (PD), which include rigid muscles, slow movement, and tremors. In a study of 22 patients who were all about 66 years old, tremor scores dropped after using ma*****na. “The study suggests that cannabis might have a place in the therapeutic armamentarium of PD,” the researchers wrote. “Larger, controlled studies are need to verify the results.”

In such patients, the results really do need to be seen to be believed. In December, Medical Daily reported the story of Jacqueline Patterson, a Missouri mother of four whose cerebral palsy had left her with a severe stutter caused by muscle stiffness, which has also caused her severe pain and the inability to use her right arm correctly. With ma*****na, she becomes a totally different person, able to speak, move, and overall become less tense.

CANCER:
The big one right here. Pretty much any state that legalizes ma*****na for medical use lists cancer as one of the first conditions it can be used for. People undergoing chemotherapy for whatever their cancer may be often experience nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, and pain, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Ma*****na has been shown to alleviate all of these side effects. In fact, two FDA-approved medications, dronabinol and nabilone, are derived from THC and used in cancer patients and HIV/AIDS patients to treat nausea and vomiting. Dronabinol was also shown last year to ease pain in cancer patients. As for increasing appetite, well, they don’t call it the munchies for nothing.

Beyond chemo, there’s also evidence that ma*****na can help prevent the growth of tumors. According to the NIH, another cannabinoid, cannabidiol, has been shown to relieve pain as well as lower inflammation. Cannabinoids such as these have been shown to block cell growth, prevent the growth of blood vessels that aid metastasis (the spread of tumors), and kill tumor cells. Some researchers have even found a way to harness this power without the psychoactive effects.

“Cannabinoids have a complex action; it hits a number of important processes that cancers need to survive,” oncologist Dr. Wai Liu told The Huffington Post. “For that reason, it has really good potential over other drugs that only have one function. I am impressed by its activity profile, and feel it has a great future, especially if used with standard chemotherapies.”

FOR RECREATIONAL USERS:
As ma*****na becomes further engrained in American culture, some might ask, is it better to smoke w**d or consume it through mediums like edibles and oils. It is indeed better to eat it, as it doesn’t involve inhaling the harmful tars produced through the combustion of rolling paper. But even eating it may have its caveats, as getting the proper dose can be difficult. By far, the best way to t**e healthily is to use a vaporizer, which heat the cannabis just enough to release active cannabinoids without releasing smoke and toxins. “Vaporizer users are only 40 percent as likely to report respiratory symptoms as users who do not vaporize,” researchers of a 2007 study wrote. “Regular users of joints, blunts, pipes, and water pipes might decrease respiratory symptoms by switching to a vaporizer.”.

Health Benefits Of Medical Ma*****na: 3 Major Ways Cannabis Helps Sick People Live Normal Lives:

To say that ma*****na’s making a comeback would be an understatement. Since California enacted a medical ma*****na law in 1996, 20 other states and the District of Columbia have followed suit, with eight of them passing laws in the past four years alone. Two of them — Washington and Colorado — have even passed full-blown legalization of the drug. And none of that includes the many states that are currently in the process, such as New York and Minnesota. This huge shift in public opinion can be credited, in large part, to a wide range of studies and patient testimonies supporting the drug’s health benefits. So, what are some of them?

STRESS, ANXIETY, AND PTSD — It’s a Mixed Bag.
No matter how you ingest ma*****na, there are possible side effects to the drug — pro-pot advocates will claim they’re never as bad as pharmaceutical side effects — including anxiety and paranoia. These effects can subsequently lead to a higher blood pressure, arrhythmia, and other effects common to anxiety. In this way, it’s a gamble when taking ma*****na. For those who know how much they’re taking and what to expect, however, may experience the opposite effect: calm, relaxation, and happiness.

For people with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), one of the worst possible anxiety disorders, ma*****na might be able to alleviate symptoms. Although there’s a scarcity of human research into the association, anecdotal evidence is heavy, and states, such as Main and New Hampshire, have begun allowing its use. The Department of Health and Human Services also signed off recently, on a study to test its benefits in PTSD patients.

The use of ma*****na for anxiety disorders, and just plain stress, comes from the fact that the brain naturally produces cannabinoids, which are the active chemicals in ma*****na — namely, delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC — and what help regulate how fear is processed in the brain.

A May 2013 study found that people with PTSD showed lower levels of a certain endocannabinoid known as anandamide in the area of their brains associated with fear and anxiety. Thus, fewer cannabinoid receptors were being activated, spurring PTSD along. In theory, using ma*****na would boost concentrations of these beneficial cannabinoids, reducing symptoms of PTSD. “We know very well that people with PTSD who use ma*****na often experience more relief from their symptoms than they do from antidepressants and other psychiatric medications,” said lead author Dr. Alexander Neumeister, of the Departments of Psychiatry and Radiology at New York University, in a press release.

In part, these calming effects could be the reasons why ma*****na use has been linked to a 10 percent reduction in su***de rates, while also being considered for use in some Swiss prisons.

CEREBRAL PALSY AND OTHER NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES:
Neurodegenerative diseases affect millions of people in the U.S. Parkinson’s disease, for example, affects an estimated one million people, while cerebral palsy affects as many as 764,000 children and adults. These diseases and more are all debilitating in their own way, as they affect the nervous system’s ability to connect with the brain, therefore affecting a person’s ability to move. Ma*****na has shown huge promise in saving these people.

Multiple sclerosis (MS), which occurs when the immune system attacks the nerve’s myelin sheaths, causes the nerves to become unable to communicate with each other. In turn, this causes weakness in limbs, partial to complete loss of vision, and tremors. Studies on ma*****na use among animals with MS showed that THC and other cannabinoids were able to target the inflammation-causing cells produced by the immune system, subsequently leading to less destruction of myelin. Another UK study found that 12 weeks of ma*****na treatment helped relieve muscle stiffness in 30 percent of almost 300 patients suffering from MS.

Ma*****na has also been shown to reduce symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (PD), which include rigid muscles, slow movement, and tremors. In a study of 22 patients who were all about 66 years old, tremor scores dropped after using ma*****na. “The study suggests that cannabis might have a place in the therapeutic armamentarium of PD,” the researchers wrote. “Larger, controlled studies are need to verify the results.”

In such patients, the results really do need to be seen to be believed. In December, Medical Daily reported the story of Jacqueline Patterson, a Missouri mother of four whose cerebral palsy had left her with a severe stutter caused by muscle stiffness, which has also caused her severe pain and the inability to use her right arm correctly. With ma*****na, she becomes a totally different person, able to speak, move, and overall become less tense.

CANCER:
The big one right here. Pretty much any state that legalizes ma*****na for medical use lists cancer as one of the first conditions it can be used for. People undergoing chemotherapy for whatever their cancer may be often experience nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, and pain, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Ma*****na has been shown to alleviate all of these side effects. In fact, two FDA-approved medications, dronabinol and nabilone, are derived from THC and used in cancer patients and HIV/AIDS patients to treat nausea and vomiting. Dronabinol was also shown last year to ease pain in cancer patients. As for increasing appetite, well, they don’t call it the munchies for nothing.

Beyond chemo, there’s also evidence that ma*****na can help prevent the growth of tumors. According to the NIH, another cannabinoid, cannabidiol, has been shown to relieve pain as well as lower inflammation. Cannabinoids such as these have been shown to block cell growth, prevent the growth of blood vessels that aid metastasis (the spread of tumors), and kill tumor cells. Some researchers have even found a way to harness this power without the psychoactive effects.

“Cannabinoids have a complex action; it hits a number of important processes that cancers need to survive,” oncologist Dr. Wai Liu told The Huffington Post. “For that reason, it has really good potential over other drugs that only have one function. I am impressed by its activity profile, and feel it has a great future, especially if used with standard chemotherapies.”

FOR RECREATIONAL USERS:
As ma*****na becomes further engrained in American culture, some might ask, is it better to smoke w**d or consume it through mediums like edibles and oils. It is indeed better to eat it, as it doesn’t involve inhaling the harmful tars produced through the combustion of rolling paper. But even eating it may have its caveats, as getting the proper dose can be difficult. By far, the best way to t**e healthily is to use a vaporizer, which heat the cannabis just enough to release active cannabinoids without releasing smoke and toxins. “Vaporizer users are only 40 percent as likely to report respiratory symptoms as users who do not vaporize,” researchers of a 2007 study wrote. “Regular users of joints, blunts, pipes, and water pipes might decrease respiratory symptoms by switching to a vaporizer.”.

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TREATING SKIN CANCER
If you can acquire a small quantity of properly produced oil which we make, it will definitely work to treat skin cancer effectively and usually it only takes a few grams of this oil to accomplish the task. Purchase some good high quality bud from sleepy sedative strains of Indica, which have a THC content of 20% or more. Then take about 30 grams of this bud and produce the oil from it, or still get this oil from us.
It should also be mentioned that in the treatment of skin cancer, oils produced from Sativa strains can be used effectively as well, since when applied topically the patient does not experience its energizing effects.
This amount of starting material should produce 4 to 5 grams of high grade oil. Apply the oil to the skin cancer and cover it with a bandage, apply fresh oil and a new bandage every 3 or 4 days and the cancer should soon disappear. I always tell people to continue treatment until the cancer is gone, then they should continue to treat the area for about two more weeks just as if the cancer was still there, for this will eliminate any cancer cells which could still remain Doing this will ensure that all the cancer cells are dead and I have never seen a skin cancer return if my instructions are followed. If you’ve had skin cancer for quite some time and the cancer is well established, it may take some time to cure.
But usually even in quite severe cases the cancer will disappear in less than three weeks. In an extreme case it may take longer but if so, then just keep up the treatment until it is gone. Many people can cure their skin cancer in no time, but it all depends on your own rate of healing and how deeply embedded the cancer has become. One should also remember that I am not just talking about cancer here, apply this oil to a third degree burn and watch what happens, the burn heals painlessly in a very short time and leaves no scars. When one considers all the suffering that patients in burn units are put through, why is this simple herbal medication not available to burn victims? This is only the tip of the iceberg folks, for the simple truth is, if you have properly produced oils from the cannabis plant at your disposal, you will probably find that it is the most effective medication to treat any medical condition you can name. I do not call properly produced oils from different varieties of this plant, a cure all for no good reason and once the truth about its true healing powers become better known, I’m sure that everything I am now telling you will become common knowledge.
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