The Studies of Marijuana in Cancer Treatment
Although there is still debate on the use of medical marijuana for treatment, a marijuana doctor in Palm Coast, Florida will tell you that there are numerous studies that have found the benefits of its use.
Researches have shown that medical cannabis can treat various conditions, such as Crohn’s disease, glaucoma, mental health conditions (like PTSD and schizophrenia), and multiple sclerosis, among others.
Cannabis has been known to treat cancer as well. There have been small studies that have found that cannabis can be beneficial in treating vomiting and nausea in cancer chemotherapy. Inhaled marijuana (either smoked or vaporized) can also help in neuropathic pain, which is the pain caused by damaged nerves.
Not only that but marijuana has also always been used for pain management. There are studies that have shown that people who took marijuana are less dependent on pain medicine.
Currently, scientists have reported that THC and other cannabinoids, like CBD, slow the growth and/or cause death in certain types of cancer cells growing in lab dishes. However, so far, these studies are still in its early stages and the use of cannabis in treating cancer in humans is still in its planning stage.
While studies have shown that cannabinoids are safe in treating the symptoms of the disease, they do not show that they control or cure it.
Do you need cannabis in your treatment? You can get medical cannabis recommendation in Florida from Bernard Cannabis Center.
We also provide cannabis evaluations in St. Augustine, Florida to know if this treatment may be right for you.