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Marijuana: 55 Reasons It Should be Legal

Special thanks to Storm Crow for her extensive efforts in compiling this important information of illnesses and diseases treatable with Medical Marijuana.

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Marijuana is grown for medicine throughout the free world. And beyond. Photo by Bonnie King.

(PORTLAND, OR) - There are many positive health treatment applications that can be derived from the marijuana or cannabis plant. The active ingredient in marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, is only one element of this natural plant with the potential to cure and manage varying ailments.

States across the union are increasingly adapting new laws that allow access to marijuana for medical purposes, and two additional states, Washington and Colorado, have decriminalized possession of the plant.

As we have reported so many times, marijuana has never caused a death. It is possible to overdose on marijuana, usually from eating brownies or other food prepared with high doses of THC. The results can be very unpleasant, up to and including "dry heave" vomiting, but it is not fatal.

So, we turn our attention to the list of ailments and diseases that marijuana is effective in treating. This is a long list and should be taken as a general guide, there are almost endless possibilities for treatment, and until around the turn of the 20th Century, marijuana was one of the most commonly used drugs prescribed by doctors.

It gives a person plenty to think about.

The legalization process has been a long and arduous one, and many people have gone to prison in their effort to promote the uses of this natural plant.

Special thanks to Storm Crow for her extensive efforts in compiling this important information.

Medical Marijuana Uses

ADD/ADHD

Anti-Anguish

Addiction Treatment

Alcoholism Treatment

ALS

Alzheimer’s

Anti-Bacteriacidal

Anti-Inflammatory

Anti-Oxidant/Neuroprotectant

Anxiolytic

Appetite Stimulant

Anti-Arthritis

Anti-Atherosclerosis

Anti-Autism

Anti-Psychotic

Anti-Hypertensive

Anti-Cancer

Anti-Leukemic

Anti-Hunningtons

Anti-Nauseate

Anti-Morning Sickness

Anti-Cough

Anti-COPD

Anti-Crohns/Colitis

Anti-DepressantAnti-Dystonia

Anti-Epileptic

Anti-Febrile

Anti– Fibromyalgia

Anti-Glaucoma

Anti-Heart Disease

Hepatitis Treatment

Anti-Herpetic

Anti-HIV/AIDSAnti-Lupus

Anti-Mad Cow Disease

Anti-Migraine

Anti-Multiple Sclerosis

Anti-MRSA

Cannabis Neurogenisis

Anti-Neuropathic Pain

Neuroprotectant

Anti-OCD

Anti-Osteoporosis

Strong Analgesic

Anti-Spastic

Anti-Parkinsonism

Anti-PTSD

Anti-Prion Toxicity

Anti-Pruritis

Anti-Schizophrenic

Anti-Psychotic

Sedative/Hypnotic

Anti-Spastic-Spinal Cord Injury

Anti-Stroke/Cerebroprotective

Anti-Tourettes

Anti-Tobacco-Protectant

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