“Recent studies demonstrate that cannabis helps treat common MS symptoms such as fatigue, muscle weakness, anxiety and sleep deprivation, according to Dr. Thorsten Rudroff, a Colorado State University neurophysiologist”.
“Edibles cannabis and cannabis-infused beverages are among the fastest-growing products on the market…Whether you like sweet, sour or savory, there is probably an edible just right for you.”
“Mounting evidence shows cannabinoids in marijuana slow cancer growth, inhibit formation of new blood cells that feed a tumor, and help manage pain, fatigue, nausea, and other side effects.”
“Research suggests that CBD-dominant cannabis with a relatively low THC profile provides the best combination for many wellness treatments. CBD does not provide the euphoric “high” found in THC.”
“According to HelloMD, a combination of the THC and CBD found in marijuana seems to be most effective in reducing dementia symptoms, especially those related to anxiety and mood changes. Cannabis can also help with sleep disorders”
“According to a 2017 study conducted by scientists at the Stanford University School of Medicine and published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, cannabis consumers experience 20 percent more sexual activity than abstainers“
“It is important for patients to share details of marijuana use, including the type of marijuana used, route of administration, and frequency of use. Marijuana has potentially serious drug interactions with prescription and over-the-counter medications”
“The greatest increase in marijuana use was observed among those in the older adult population 50 years or older, and those 65 years or older had the greatest increase in marijuana use among all older users”.
“Throughout human history, cannabis has been used as a natural relaxant. As marijuana legalization begins to spread, a growing number of us have discovered that just a few tokes are more beneficial to our mood than booze“
“…marijuana is a year-round substance that can be just as enjoyable in the dead or winter as the middle of summer but, like beer or barbecues, cannabis and summer are a perfect combo.”
The American Journal of Epidemiology in 2011 demonstrated that even if cannabis consumption increases appetite, “people using cannabis are less likely to be obese than people who do not use cannabis.”
Relaxation is the most widely cited reason why people consume cannabis. (According to 55 percent of respondents polled in a 2009 study)