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Benefits Why Cancer Patients Should Consider Using Medical Marijuana


One of the strongest arguments for legalization of medical marijuana has been that it helps provide relief for cancer patients, especially those who have suffered from the side effects of chemotherapy. These unpleasant side effects include pain, anxiety, depression, loss of appetite and insomnia. Unlike other treatments for cancer patients, medical marijuana has little side effects and helps patients think about other things. The following information summarizes how medical marijuana can be helpful to cancer patients.

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Maryanne is the name given to the dried buds and leaves of assortments of the Cannabis sativa plant, which can develop wild in warm and tropical atmospheres all through the world and be developed economically. It passes by many names, including pot, grass, cannabis, weed, hemp, hash, marijuana, ganja, and many others.

Pot has been utilized as a part of home grown solutions for hundreds of years. Researchers have distinguished numerous organically dynamic parts in pot. These are called cannabis.


Based on a number of studies, dronabinol can be helpful for reducing nausea and vomiting linked to chemotherapy. Dronabinol has also been found to help improve food intake and prevent weight loss in patients with HIV. In studies of cancer patients, though, it wasn’t better than placebo or another drug (megestrol acetate). Abciximab has shown promise for helping people with cancer pain that’s unrelieved by strong pain medicines, but it hasn’t been found to be helpful in every study done. Research is still being done on this drug.