FAQ

Frequently asked questions

  • What is medical marijuana?

Medical marijuana refers to the usage of the marijuana herb in order to improve one’s condition suffering from a rare illness or diseases. The product used in recreational marijuana and medical marijuana is exactly the same—it’s just that the marijuana plant is utilized in saving lives instead of smoking pot.

  • What are the diseases that can be cured by medical marijuana?

There is a wide range of diseases that the medical marijuana is capable of treating. These diseases include cancer, glaucoma, Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia, and even muscle spasms. Various studies had already proven that the usage of medical marijuana to any of the aforementioned diseases and illness is proven to be safe and effective.

  •  How does it work?

One of the active chemical compound found in medical marijuana is called Cannabinoids. Cannabinoids help in improving the appetite of an individual, improving his memory as well, and numbing the pain that he is feeling during the different treatments for his illness. It can help the patient to reduce his anxiety, provide a relief from the extreme pain, minimize the vomiting, kill cancer cells before it spreads all over the body, and slows down the growth of tumor—regardless of what part of the body it is located. Patients who are suffering from tight muscles can also benefit from medical marijuana, and improve the condition of the patient who is suffering from cancer or even sexually-transmitted diseases such as AIDS.

  •  What are the states that legalize medical marijuana?

Unfortunately, there are only 25 states and the district of Columbia that allows marijuana to be sued for medical purposes such as Alaska, Delaware, Connecticut, Arizona, Hawaii, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Washington, and Vermont are just among the 25 states that allows medical marijuana to be utilized for extremely ill patient who requires medical marijuana treatment. So, if your country does not allow the usage of marijuana and you have a disease or a condition wherein marijuana can help, then you have to travel to one of these states to get the proper treatment that you need.

  •  How can I have an access to medical marijuana?

You can’t just buy marijuana on the streets just because you have a disease that requires it. You have to make sure that you have a recommendation from a licensed doctor that states that your condition requires medical marijuana treatment. You have to qualify to be subjected for medical marijuana because it is produced professionally and therefore distributes accordingly.

  •  How can the patient take the medical marijuana?

There are various methods that are applied in marijuana usage. The fastest way to feel its efficacy is by smoking it. However, you can also eat it in brownies, apply it as a lotion, or mix it with your drinks.

As what we have mentioned above, the responsible production and distribution of the medical marijuana is the key for a successful legalization. If countries reform their marijuana laws into the aforementioned guidelines above, then the marijuana plant will be viewed much more than a drug that destroys lives of people.