Cannabis & Medical Conditions

Cannabis has been used to help alleviate symptoms from a variety of medical conditions, such as cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, PTSD, epilepsy, HIV/AIDS, and more.

What are the qualifying conditions?

Qualifying conditions vary from state to state so it's important to have reliable, up-to-date resources as well as a physician to help you figure out if you qualify for the medical cannabis program.

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Can cannabis help with multiple sclerosis?

Let's talk cannabis and multiple sclerosis. MS can be unpredictable and affect everyone in different ways but fortunately, scientific evidence shows that cannabis can help with the associated symptoms.

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Anxiety & Cannabis

Anxiety can be debilitating if left untreated. Fortunately, we have found that with the correct product and the right dosage, cannabis can be helpful in decreasing the symptoms associated with anxiety.

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Can cannabis help with Alzheimer's?

Studies show that not only can cannabis be useful in the treatment of Alzheimer's but in prevention as well! This is because CBD components could suppress the main causal factors of the disease.
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Can cannabis help with autism?

Studies have shown that cannabis products help reduce the number and intensity of different symptoms that often come with autism spectrum disorder. It has also been found that using cannabis helps those with autism improve their cognition, sensory activity, attention, social interaction, and language!
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Do you suffer from inflammation? Cannabinoids are up to 20 times more effective than aspirin and twice as strong as hydrocortisone in reducing inflammation!
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Weight Loss & Cannabis

THC is commonly associated with the munchies but a lesser-known compound called THCV actually helps suppress appetite. This compound can also help affect blood sugar regulation and up-regulates energy metabolism making cannabis clinically effective for weight loss.
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Can cannabis help with PTSD?

Did you know that cannabis can help decrease the severity PTSD related symptoms? Cannabis patients who suffer from PTSD are also 2.5 times more likely to no longer meet the diagnostic criteria for this disorder.
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Many people who live with epilepsy and suffer from uncontrollable seizures have reported they have experienced reduced seizure activity when using cannabis.
Although research is still being done, cannabis is likely to be the best alternative for those who have drug-resistant epilepsy and seizures.
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Can cannabis help with sleep?

Cannabis is known to induce a state of relaxation so it absolutely can help with sleep!
Indica strains specifically are great to use when you need some help inducing sleep. In terms of cannabinoids, CBN can not only help you fall asleep but can also reduce restlessness during sleep as well.
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Although cannabis cannot be used to directly treat HIV/AIDS, it can be used to ease the side effects of the virus such as weight loss and appetite problems. Studies have also shown that cannabis can significantly reduce the nerve pain that is associated with HIV.
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Undiagnosed Conditions

Over the years, patients have said that cannabis makes them feel better. When you break down why and how it makes you feel better, we are able to uncover the undiagnosed conditions that cannabis is helping you with.
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Studies have found that cannabinoids may have the potential to build cartilage and can be useful for patients with damaged cartilage. Cannabinoids have also been used as an anti-inflammatory agent which may aid patients with arthritis.
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Can cannabis help with Parkinson's disease?

Endocannabinoid receptors can be found throughout the nervous system so cannabis has the possibility to reduce stiffness, rigidity, and tremors in patients with Parkinson's disease. Though more research is needed to confirm the benefits, studies that have been thus far shown that cannabis can be used as a therapeutic agent.
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