Multiple Sclerosis

Reduces spasticity, pain, fatigue, bladder problems, and depression.
Science News Writes About Medical Marijuana
The scientific literature now brims with potential uses for cannabis that extend beyond its well-known abilities to fend off nausea and block pain in people with cancer and AIDS. Cannabis derivatives may combat multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s disease and other inflammatory conditions, the new research finds. Cannabis may even kill cancerous tumors.
Testimonial of A.T.
I have Multiple Sclerosis which means I have extreme spastisity and pain in my muscles. Cannabis relaxes my muscles, alleviates the pain, reduces my spastisity and increases my appetite. I get my medicine from the BC Compassion Club Society because it is organic, and therefore free of pesticides, and it is less expensive than cannabis sold on the street. The Compassion Club also offers other services, such as Reiki massage, which are beneficial in decreasing the symptoms of MS.
Multiple Sclerosis
Cannabinoids in Medicine: A Review of Their Therapeutic Potential
Published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology -- Seventy-two controlled studies evaluating the therapeutic effects of cannabinoids were identified. For each clinical trial, the country where the project was held, the number of patients assessed, the type of study and comparisons done, the products and the dosages used, their efficacy and their adverse effects are described.... [...More]
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