Medical marijuana, or medicinal marijuana, is medically cannabis and other Cannabinoids which are recommended by doctors to their patients for various ailments. It is smoked or ingested in the form of capsules, tinctures or liquids. The most common symptoms of medical marijuana use are nausea, vomiting, pain, spasticity and changes in mood. A study published in the Journal of American Medical Association reported that smoked medical marijuana can help the appetite suppress appetite and help people who have HIV or AIDS to reduce pain and suffering. Check blog.ohiogreenteam.com/2020/12/03/pros-and-cons-of-medical-marijuana/.
Some side effects of medical marijuana use include insomnia, tremors and agitation. People who take too much may become addicted to the drug. People who have a history of schizophrenia, glaucoma, cancer and glaucoma are particularly at risk for addiction. Other side effects may include anxiety, memory loss, slow metabolism, coughing and seizures. The medical use of medical marijuana is highly controversial, as many doctors are opposed to its use on patients.
Currently there are over 1 million Americans using medical cannabis sativa for medical purposes. Although most users do not experience any side effects, some do. Others find that the benefits are worth the risks and use it for both medicinal and recreational purposes. Many children suffer from symptoms such as seizures and hyperactivity, which can be controlled by medical cannabis. It should be noted, however, that cannabis sativa is addictive and has side effects which include paranoia, hallucinations, depression and anxiety.