UK Study Shows Cannabis Pill May Treat Symptoms of MS, But Does Not Slow the Progression of the Disease

on Monday, 04 June 2012. Posted in Medical Marijuana, Breaking News, From Professionals

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Although research from a large UK study has not proven that cannabis slows the progression of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), patients reported that it did help relieve many of the symptoms associated with the disease. According to SFGate.com, standardized 25mg full-spectrum cannabis tablets are ideal for patients who prefer all-natural remedies that don't require smoking to give consistent benefits.

Marijuana and cannabis-based medicines have been recommended by doctors and used by MS patients for decades. Mark Wagner, MD, said, "In my experience, cannabinoids ease muscle spasticity symptoms in MS patients." Doctors recommend the cannabis pill rather than the raw product because the potency is always the same.

Idrasil, a 25mg full spectrum cannabis pill, is also effective in treating other conditions, such as AIDS and wasting syndrome, cancer, fibromyalgia, Crohn's disease, Alzheimer's disease, glaucoma, chronic pain, Parkinson's disease, sleep disorders, anxiety, and depression. Since Idrasil does not have the same addictive effects as many opiates, it is also used in the treatment of chemical dependency and withdrawal symptoms. For pain patients, it may provide an option for chronic pain that has less harmful side effects than opiates.


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