ARTHRITIS & MEDICAL MARIJUANA
“Scientists from all over the world found that Cannabinoids in Medical Marijuana showed great promise in treating early stages osteoarthritis”.
Rheumatoid Arthritis is an inflammatory disorder where confused immune cells constantly damage the joints and surrounding tissues causing swelling, damage and pain. Not all patients know that arthritis can afflict the eyes, skin, nerves and blood vessels as well.
Osteoarthritis is a separate condition that results from inadequate maintenance of cells and repair through tear and wear. In this condition, scar tissue and bone build up and nerves rub on bone resulting in inflammation and pain.
Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid Arthritis and can be severely debilitating. Medical Marijuana is commonly recommended by medical marijuana doctor – for all forms of Arthritis – wherever it is legal to buy MMJ.
“Arthritis pain is one of the most common reasons for patients using Medical Marijuana in America. Severe arthritis is the condition listed in more than 50% of all Marijuana recommendations in Canada (2015).” Canadian MMJ Web portal.
Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms
- Loss of motion
- Tender, warm, swollen, stiff joints
- Pain, pain, pain
- Boney and scar tissue buildup
Side Effects of Methotrexate : diarrhea, vomiting, white patches or sores inside your mouth or on your lips, swelling, rapid weight gain, dry cough, shortness of breath; blood in your urine or stools, fever, chills, body aches, little or no urinating;seizure, flu symptoms; pale skin, easy bruising, upper stomach pain, liver problems, itching, tired feeling, followed by a red skin rash , unusual bleeding, weakness. Common methotrexate side effects may include: upset stomach, vomiting, headache, tired feeling, dizziness. Source: www.drugs.com
Medical Marijuana & Arthritis – MMJ DOCTOR ONLINE
A research of Californian Physicians revealed that only 1 out of 4 know that medical marijuana work good for many arthritis patients. In California, there are about 200,000 licensed doctors, with 30k knowing a lot or something about Medical Marijuana.
“Clinical data leads us to believe that the CB2 receptor is affected by Marijuana and is effective in the treatment of pain associated with some forms of osteoarthritis” – Dr. T. Jones
“Historically, therapy with cannabis was used to ease the symptoms of a broad spectrum of diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis.” – Dr. SMing and T.Dao Pan
Online Mmj Doctor: Arthritis patients in California can get legal access to Medical Marijuana by scheduling your in-person appointment here. We also are offering MMJ Identification Cards and Cultivation Permits. As of today you can get your medical marijuana card online by completing online sign up process here at www.zenmd.net
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