DWQA QuestionsCategory: שאלות בספרי רבי נחמןThe Secret Of Cannabis Shops That No One Is Talking About
Lenard Tengan asked 7 months ago

The medicinal uses of cannabis, more typically referred to as marijuana, dates back thousands of years. Among the first known uses of cannabis was by the Chinese physician Hoa-tho in the early 2nd century as a surgical anesthesia. Today many experts recognize that medical marijuana (MMJ) as well as the healing properties of cannabis offer relief for a number of crippling health problems like nausea from chemotherapy, chronic pain, HIV/AIDS, and glaucoma.

Are you a candidate for MMJ? Opinions vary from expert to expert, but a common thread emerges in relation to the benefits of MMJ. The healing properties help many patients cope with their disease by improving the overall quality cannabis of their lives. A report through the Institute of Medicine entitled, “Marijuana and Medicine” points out that the cannabinoids in marijuana “have benefit in relief of pain, rise in appetite, and relief of nausea and vomiting.”

Do not let this rather narrow list dissuade you in seeking out a medical recommendation. Medical cannabis has been well documented to be effective in the treatment of nausea, PMS, weight loss, Cancer, glaucoma and muscle spasticity. New studies and findings are showing positive results for a whole host of medical problems including: Chron’s disease, fibromyalgia, migraines, multiple sclerosis, and even Tourette Syndrome and obsessive-compulsive disorder.

If you experience these or like conditions, seek out the recommendation of an experienced physician within your state. Your health and general well-being could be improved by the use of medical marijuana.

Even with no pun intended it is difficult to disregard the thriving business environment surrounding the production and sale of medical marijuana. With MMJ now legalized in 15 states and the District of Columbia, the market is expanding vigorously.

THC, the active ingredient in marijuana has been shown to effectively treat a range of conditions. It can reduce nausea, insomnia, neurogenic pain and movement disorders as well as the symptoms of glaucoma. It may be useful in controlling the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, migraines and fibromyalgia. Recent studies have indicated that THC prevents the formation of deposits of plaques linked to Alzheimer’s disease.

Of-course more research will be vital in determining which conditions medical marijuana will help, but even this short list is encouraging.

Medical marijuana opponents object strongly to the most usual method of ingestion: smoking. In contrast, there are several safer ways to ingest marijuana. Marijuana may be inhaled in a vaporized form and added to food after being processed into hemp oil. Both methods bypass the risks involved in any type of smoking.

Opening a medical marijuana dispensary involves a bit of work. In each of the states where the sale of medical marijuana is legalized the prerequisites are a bit different. Businesses must sign up for a license and provide proof that the storefront is either owned by the business or that the leaser has approved the business. Some states require a safety arrange to be drawn up, or request tax documents and so forth.

One of the biggest challenges facing these legal businesses is obtaining the full variety of business services, such as merchant accounts for processing credit-card sales or bank accounts, since marijuana is only legal on their state level, not at the federal level.

Probably the strongest argument that the government will respond to will be the potential tax base that medical marijuana will generate. In tough financial times it truly is hard to turn away any source of much needed income.