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Will Marijuana Cure Multiple Sclerosis

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Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is when the immune system attacks the protective covers of the nerve endings (know as myelin) of the brain and spine. This causes communication issues with Brain and the rest of the body.

Symptoms

  • Blurred/double vision
  • Thinking problems
  • Numbness
  • Tingling
  • Clumsiness/lack of coordination
  • Weakness in an arm or leg

Should you be experiencing these symptoms please contact a doctor for a proper analysis. If you do have Multiple Sclerosis then ask your doctor about Cannabis Oil as a treatment.

Research and Testimonials of how Cannabis Oil can be used to help treat Multiple Sclerosis

Tracy's Story

(Information from www.herb.co Click here for full Article)

Tracy suffers from Multiple Sclerosis. She says that when she uses Medical Marijuana she gets to have a normal body. She mentions that when she takes the Marijuana she has a lot more freedom due to the MS no longer affecting her body.

What makes Cannabis effective at beating MS

(Information from www.herb.co Click here for full Article)
7 ways Cannabis eases MS Symptoms

  • Protects your Brain - Cannabis is well known for its anti-inflammatory properties thus protecting a persons brain from the inflammation caused by MS
  • Eases Pain - Cannabis does take away pain
  • Stops Muscle Stiffness and Spasms - A group from Tel Aviv did a test where mice were given an MS-like condition. The mice's legs started to go stiff. They then treated some with CBD. Those that were treated with the CBD began to move again.
  • Helps Digestion - THC jump starts the metabolism.
  • Helps You Sleep - Heavy Indica strains will put your mind and body to rest giving you a good nights sleep.
  • It Takes Away The Blues - Marijuana is great at lifting spirits
  • It Protects Your Eyes - Because Cannabis is good at fighting inflammation its great at protecting the optic nerve in your eye from the inflammation caused by MS

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