Medical Conditions


Health care practitioners may authorize the use of medical marijuana for the relief of symptoms associated with a variety of medical conditions, which may not have responded to conventional medical treatments.

These symptoms or conditions may include:


AIDS
ALS
Anorexia
Anxiety
Cancer
Depression

Epilepsy and Seizures
Glaucoma
Inflammation
Migraine
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Nausea

Neuropathic Pain
PTSD
Palliative/End-of Life
Sleep Disorder
Spinal Cord Injury

 


* This is not a comprehensive list of symptoms or conditions for which health care practitioners may prescribe medical marijuana, to treat/manage medical conditions.


Links to scientific research and clinical studies on medical marijuana:

Cannabis-Med.Org – Clinical Studies and Case Reports
On this site you will find clinical studies with cannabis or single cannabinoids in different diseases and case reports on the use of cannabis by patients.
You may search for diseases (indications), authors, medication, study design (controlled study, open trial, case report etc.) and other criteria.
Please visit Cannabis-Med.org

Health Canada
The visit the Health Canada to find scientific and clinical evidence for medical marijuana in treating symptoms associated with a variety of conditions.

 

 


* The material on this website is provided for educational and informational purposes only, and is not intended to be a substitute for a health care provider’s consultation. Please consult your own appropriate health care provider about the applicability of any opinions or recommendations with respect to your own symptoms or medical conditions. The information herein does not constitute health, legal or technical advice.

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