YOUR Medical Cannabis Treatment Goals
The use of medical cannabis as a form of treatment has been around for many years and the goal of medical cannabis treatment is RELIEF.
Whether relief from pain or other symptoms, that is the main goal of this option of medical treatment.
The use of cannabis to treat cancer dates to the beginning of the twentieth century.
In the 1930s, Dr. Otto Loewi and his research team discovered that an extract from the plant Cannabis sativa (marijuana) had the ability to stimulate the heart muscle to beat faster. This discovery led to the first use of marijuana in modern medicine as a cardiotonic agent.
Since then, it has been used to treat many conditions including:
- appetite stimulation
- muscle spasms.
Today, medical cannabis is still being used to treat cancer and other medical conditions.
Although marijuana is illegal in the United States, there are many states that have legalized the use of cannabis for medicinal goals.
If you are in the state of Texas, Louisiana, or Pennsylvania, you are permitted to use medical cannabis as a form of treatment if you have a qualifying condition and approval from a certified doctor.
The most common form of marijuana used to treat cancer is the dried leaves of the plant. The active ingredient in the leaves is THC. Marijuana is also available in the form of oil or pills. Marijuana oil is extracted from the leaves of the plant. It contains the highest concentration of THC and is used to treat many conditions including nausea and pain.
Cannabis oil can be taken orally or topically. Topical applications are used to treat skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. Oral applications are used to treat nausea and pain. It is also used to treat nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy.
Marijuana oil is available in many forms including capsules, sprays, creams, ointments, and tinctures. Capsules are available in a variety of sizes.
Medical cannabis can be prescribed by a Certified doctor with the goal of treating a qualifying condition.
Qualifying Conditions include:
- And MORE
For an OFFICIAL list of the qualifying conditions in the states of Texas, Louisiana, and Pennsylvania, click here.
A doctor must first determine if the patient has a qualifying medical condition that requires the use of cannabis. If a certified doctor, then believes that marijuana will help a patient with their medical condition, they may prescribe it. A doctor may also recommend medical marijuana to a patient who has already tried conventional treatments without success.
Has your physician recommended medical cannabis treatment to you?
If so, you may be looking for a qualified physician to help you get your medical marijuana card.
Our doctors have over 30 years each of medical expertise and got certified and licensed to prescribe cannabis-based treatments for the state-approved list of diagnoses. If you are in the states of Texas, Pennsylvania, or Louisiana, go ahead and book your REQUIRED appointment TODAY.
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