Cannabis appears to be breaking free from the chains of prohibition and returning back to its previous status of a herb capable of being utilised for a great number of medical ailments. The cannabis plant is gaining recognition for its vast medical potential, and certain parts of the world are actively moving to legalise it on a medical, and even recreational level.
As science explores cannabis and its active compounds more and more, the research is demonstrating its potential use in treating and easing human ailments that range from pain and depression all the way to cancers, epilepsy and Alzheimer’s disease. Although many people, when picturing the role of cannabis as a medicine, may imagine a person smoking weed via a spliff or bong, it can be used in a variety of different ways when it comes it medical application.
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