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As more and more research is done on the miracle plant of marijuana, there is an emerging body of evidence supporting the use of medical marijuana or cannabis as a legitimate and natural alternative treatment to help manage various medical conditions.

In fact, there are a variety of medical conditions that seem to be “cured” or at least managed so well that it becomes completely possible to avoid using any heavy [side-effect loaded] pharmaceutical drugs.

What’s even more exciting is that various types of cannabis products including CBD have been shown through rigorous clinical trials to be an effective agent at

*reducing tumor size, *stopping the spread of cancer cells and even *reversing cancer cell growth to the point people become cancer free!

So, if you’re suffering from a medical condition and wondering if cannabis would work for you, you’re in the right place. We’ve listed out 10 of the more common medical conditions that most states will consider you qualified to receive medical marijuana as a treatment.

Each state is different, so make sure you double check the legal parameters of your own state to be sure what they’ll accept.

Let’s review them.

  • Cancer – A variety of studies have shown cannabis as an effective treatment to help ease symptoms people experience while undergoing cancer treatment. Just do a search for cannabis and cancer and you’ll find hundreds if not thousands of articles.
  • Alzheimer’s Disease – preclinical study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease found that very small doses of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a chemical found in marijuana, can slow the production of beta-amyloid proteins, thought to be a hallmark characteristic and key contributor to the progression of Alzheimer’s.
  • Tourettes Syndrome – One study measuring the effects of a single cannabis treatment on adult Tourette’s syndrome patients found a significant improvement of tics and obsessive-compulsive behavior compared to placebo (Muller-Vahl, et al., 2002).
  • Glaucoma – While most medical professionals don’t believe cannabis is a full-proof treatment due to its short lifespan (3-4 hours), it does believe to help ease symptoms for a short period of time.
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