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Marijuana, thankfully, does not behave in this manner. Even after years of heavy use, there is little or no physiologic reaction when you stop. Do you want to learn more? Visit Dispensaries. Marijuana has a distinct effect on the brain than opiate drugs. This may encourage medicinal marijuana to be used to effectively reduce, and in some cases completely substitute, the number of opiates patients use for pain relief.

 

Medical marijuana also has a psychoactive effect that helps to reduce anxiety and improve mood. This differs from opiates, which can reduce pain but also have a depressive effect on patients. This is why so many chronic pain patients are prescribed antidepressants in addition to narcotics.In 15 states, medical marijuana is now legal. Marijuana is still illegal under federal law, so there must be a compelling justification for these states to have approved it for medicinal purposes. In reality, medicinal marijuana has a significant impact on a variety of diseases and symptoms.

Crohn’s Disease – Some studies have shown that medicinal marijuana may help relieve the symptoms of gastrointestinal disorders including Crohn’s. Cannabinoids in marijuana stimulate a receptor called CB2, which is thought to reduce inflammation in the GI tract as well as pain and swelling.Chronic Pain – Chronic pain is the most common reason for using medical marijuana. Marijuana works in the central nervous system to block pain receptors, but it does so by a separate neurochemical signalling system than opiates. As opiates and marijuana function in two separate ways, they can work together as complementary analgesic medications.

Severe Nausea – The use of medical marijuana for nausea and vomiting prevention has been around for a long time. For example, chemo or radiation therapy for cancer. Marijuana can be very effective in treating wasting and nausea. Patients who use medical marijuana will gain 40 to 50 pounds.

Contact Info

House of Dank Medical Cannabis – Bel-Air
8600 East 8 Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48234
Phone No. : (833) 746-7463

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