Updated on January 25, 2019. Medical content reviewed by Dr. Richard Koffler, MD, Board Certified Physiatrist
Hopefully, by now, you’ve learned enough about medical marijuana to decide if it can help relieve the symptoms of your health condition. Many people have been benefiting from the healing properties of cannabis for a long time now. Studies are showing how effective the herb is in treating a whole range of health conditions from arthritis to migraines to chronic pain and more.
In this Ultimate Guide to Medical Marijuana, you’ve learned what medical cannabis is and how it works. You’ve learned about the three most common types of marijuana (indica, sativa and hybrid) and how there are hundreds of various strains and flavors.
You’ve also found out about the various methods of consuming medical cannabis. Whether you choose to smoke the herb, eat it or apply it to your skin, the chemical compounds in marijuana are very therapeutic and work like your body’s natural chemicals involving movement, pain, memory and appetite.
Through medical cannabis, you can find relief from an array of different conditions and symptoms. It lifts your mood, eases pain, motivates your mind, combats fatigue and so much more. The only things left to do are to see if your health condition qualifies for medical cannabis, find out if it’s legal in your state and get your recommendation letter from a marijuana doctor. Once you do this, you’re ready to enter the marijuana dispensaries and get your medical weed products.
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Don’t hesitate. Book your appointment so you too can start taking advantage of all the therapeutic benefits medical cannabis has to offer to finally get your condition and symptoms under control.