Some people use and buy weed online to treat ailments, patients with AIDS who suffer from anorexia and weight loss are prescribed marijuana treat their nausea and glaucoma as well as nerve pain and multiple sclerosis and it is also used to suppress the immune system following kidney transplantation to reduce rejection risk, also, marijuana is used to treat ALS.
Marijuana is used by some to enhance their moods or modify their perceptions and its either smoked or inhaled and you can buy weed online.
Usage and Efficacy
- HIV/AIDS-related weight loss
Marijuana appears to increase appetite in AIDS patients, Indinavir and/or nelfinavir can also promote weight gain in patients with HIV who smoke marijuana.
- Multiple Sclerotic Patients
Patients claim relief with muscle spasms, urination, and nerve pain by using a marijuana extract spray, this treatment is approved in the UK to treat MS-related muscle spasms, people with multiple sclerosis can take this medication to alleviate their symptoms.
It also appears to have no effect on MS sufferers’ urination or tremors, toxicological effects of marijuana extracts taken orally have been shown to be ambiguous at best.
In the Society for Clinical Research, a certain type of marijuana can be taken by mouth to help people with multiple sclerosis feel less stiff and less stressed, there is preliminary evidence that smoking marijuana can help alleviate symptoms of multiple sclerosis, such as tremors and muscle spasms.
An early study suggests the possibility of reducing HIV-related nerve pain by consuming marijuana three times per day.
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Lack of evidence to rate efficiency early research suggests that ALS patients who use marijuana may benefit from improved depression, hunger, spasms, and drooling.
- Advanced cancer patients lose weight known as cachexia
Cachexia sufferers do not appear to benefit from ingesting marijuana extract, according to preliminary studies.
Smoking marijuana appears to lower glaucoma eye pressure, but it seems to last barely 3-4 hours, there is also some evidence that smoking marijuana may cut down on how well a nerve that sends images to our brains gets blood flow from our bodies which may worsen glaucoma-related visual loss, it is unknown if marijuana can help glaucoma patients see better.
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
Evidence suggests that utilizing a marijuana extract mouth spray helps reduce morning discomfort and enhance sleep in RA patients, but it doesn’t appear to help morning stiffness or overall pain.
- chronic asthma
- preventing kidney transplant rejection
- urinary tract infection
Smoking marijuana may be harmful, and smoking marijuana increases the risk of lung cancer, there have also been cases of air-filled cavities forming in the lung tissue after doing so and these air-filled chambers can cause chest pain, discomfort, and breathing difficulties.
Headaches, dizziness, dry mouth, nausea, and paranoia might result from smoking marijuana or utilizing mouth sprays containing the marijuana extract, it may also cause increased hunger, coughing, heart rate, blood pressure, and mental impairment.
Marijuana use has been linked to an increased risk of heart attack, acute coronary syndrome, and/or arterial wall swells, according to certain reports of arteritis. However, many of those who had these incidents after using marijuana also had other heart-related risk factors including smoking or being overweight.
As public opinion shifts, competing for scientific research is hampered, and legislative fights are waged, the argument over whether cannabis or any of its derivatives have health advantages or dangers has heated up, this lack of consolidated knowledge has wide-ranging ramifications for public health.