Friday, July 1, 2011

Medical Marijuana

Medical marijuana is a physician recommended form of medicine or herbal therapy, the recommended plant is specifically for the THC from cannabis and the famous plant as a long history of medical use. Majority of national governments do not recognize the use of the plant like doctors do, a number of these governments, including the U.S. government allows, however, in varying degrees, treatment with one or more specific, synthetic cannabinoids for one or more disorders. There are several methods for administration of dosage, including vaporizing or smoking dried buds, drinking, or eating extracts, and taking capsules. While cannabis for recreational use is illegal in all parts of the world, though decriminalized in some, at least some use it as a medicine and it is legal in a number of territories, including Canada, Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Israel, Italy, Finland, and Portugal. Some states in the U.S allows medical marijuana to be tolerated. A 2002 review of medical literature by Franjo Grotenhermen state that medical marijuana have established effects in the treatment of nausea, vomiting, premenstrual syndrome, unintentional weight loss, insomnia, and lack of appetite. This plant was made directly by the creator and you only have one life so live it...

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