The first group of marijuana users are chronic pain sufferers, and it is the main reason people rely on medical marijuana.
The minute group of medical cannabis patients is many sclerosis or known as MS. There is quite a bit of science now behind medical weed reducing the amount of muscle spasms MS patients encounter, and my mother has MS and can attest to the fact that medical marijuana absolutely does make a difference. Did you assume the pain with an MS flare up can last somewhere from 24 hours to a couple of months? That is silly to be in pain that longâ€¦ Pills never helped our mother much! She started getting into taking herbs and other things in nature, then anytime she felt the early signs of a flare up, she would take her herbs. My mom would notice heavy muscles, tingling along the tongue, back of the neck or just being absolutely worn out. Then our mother would quickly take her herbs and could reduce the amount and severity of the pain. My mother was always looking for better ways though! When the 2 of us found medical weed could absolutely help, she immediately got a cannabis card. The budtenders at the cannabis shop near myself and others are amazing. They assume all the latest research and suggested the right strain to our mother. She likes that she can just smoke a bit of cannabis the moment she starts to recognize pain. It is way easier than finding the jars of herbs, making a Sprite and drinking it all. Instead she can quickly take a few hits of a vape she has around her neck.