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A Neurological Disorder results when the nervous system’s structural integrity, chemistry and supporting metabolic processes are dysfunctional.   The nervous system might be thought as a network of copper-like wires that conduct electricity.  If the wire breaks, the insulation degrades, or the current / voltage are out of spec, malfunction occurs.

Break a small wire, you have a small problem such as a small tremor.  Break a large wire, you’re in a wheelchair.



“If you resist,” I said into his ear, “I’ll be forced to Taser you.”He looked at what I had in my hand. ‘That’s a phone.’ I have an App. You’ll probably experience nerve damage and slight memory loss.”  – Darynda Jones

Symptoms of Neurological Disorder

  • Muscle atrophy and weakness
  • Clumsy, poor coordination
  • Pain – uncomfortable sensations
  • Seizures and tics
  • Aberrant consciousness – loss of mental control – confusion
  • Paralysis

“You can’t overdose from cannabis unless you take extraordinary amounts, unlike opioids. That’s why people are allowed to take cannabis without a prescription where it is legal. They can take enough to alleviate the pain immediately — another benefit of smoked or vaporized cannabis. You don’t have to take it repeatedly if pain goes away.”  – Dr. Wilsey.“

Top 5 Medications for Neuritis 2019

  • Interferon beta-1a
  • Kenalog-40
  • Triamcinolone
  • Clinacort
  • Rebif Rebidose

Interferon Beta-1a Side Effects

Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, throat, or tongue); change in balance; change in vision; chest pain; easy bruising or bleeding; extreme tiredness or weakness; fainting; fast or irregular heartbeat; feeling cold or hot all the time; mental or mood changes (eg, anxiety, depression); mouth sores; red, swollen, blistered, or peeling skin; seizures; suicidal thoughts or behaviors; symptoms of infection (eg, fever, chills, or persistent sore throat; increased or painful urination; warm, red, or swollen skin); symptoms of liver problems (eg, confusion; yellowing of the skin or eyes; dark urine; pale stools; nausea; stomach pain; loss of appetite; unusual tiredness); unexplained change in weight.  – Source:

How Neurological Drug Side Effects Cause Death – Information and Statistics


Researchers: How Medical Marijuana works to help treat Neurological Disorders

Major Marijuana ingredients Cannabinoids THC and CBD differ in their effects on learning and nerve regeneration.

THC: can impair spatial learning in some


  • not impair learning but increased nerve regeneration in adults
  • reduced rogue cell proliferation
  • affects the CB1 receptor responsible for nerve regeneration and control
  • affects the entire organism’s nervous system, affording treatment to any area
  • can induce CB! receptor activity
  • Without CB1 receptors activity neuronal differentiation (growth cycle)  was reduced

Doctor’s Testimonials : How Medical Cannabis works in Neurological Conditions

“My work has shown that low doses of cannabis alleviates pain. “Why take higher doses? Why not tell people to take lower doses to see if it alleviates pain? The medical profession needs to teach Med-students how to handle questions about marijuana dosing.”  –  Dr. Wilsey.

“I have Recommended Medical Marijuana to a 103-year-old woman for pain and she did very well with her Cannabis Regime.  In this case, I could not prescribe Narcotics when a much safer alternative was available. Ultimately, it’s based on outcomes and safety.”  – Dr. Shackelford (paraphrase)

MMJ DOCTOR: California residents with Neurological Diseases can be evaluated by our licensed Medical Marijuana Doctors to see if you qualify for medical cannabis.

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Clinical perspectives on medical marijuana (cannabis) for neurologic disorders

Medicinal Cannabis: The Gateway to Pain Relief for Patients With Neurological Disorders?

Neurological Disorders – Medical Marijuana Research Overview