If you are suffering from chronic pain from neurological disorders such as migraine headaches, spasticity, neuropathy, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson's disease, then cannabinoids, the main ingredient in medical marijuana, may offer relief. There is some scientific evidence that cannabinoids possess therapeutic, pain-relieving properties within them that can help patients suffering from painful conditions function better throughout the day, increasing the quality of life. The effects of medical marijuana are not replicated by other available medications - and side effects of medical marijuana are typically less severe than those associated with most prescription medications.
Patients report that medical marijuana reduces the frequency and pain of migraine headaches. Patients report that medical marijuana decreases spasticity and neuropathy in conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Parkinson's disease. Patients also report that medical marijuana decreases the frequency and duration of seizures in seizure disorders. For more information -
Delta 9 Medical Consulting cannot recommend medical marijuana as a prescription drug – this would be against state and federal law at the present time. The goal at Delta 9 Medical Consulting is to provide information about medical marijuana, or other therapies that may help your medical condition and allow patients to make an informed decision to become certified by the State of MA, should they wish to use medical marijuana for treatment.