Monday, April 24, 2017

Multiple Sclerosis Treatment

Growing evidence suggests that cannabis derivatives may help treat MS symptoms, but because cannabis is still a Schedule I drug, scientists are having difficulty conducting clinical trials. Researchers are limited to observational studies only.

But what they are finding is very promising.

In a recent observational study in Colorado, 139 patients that were already using cannabis were monitored. The majority of users showed fewer signs of neurological disability and were able to reduce or discontinue their current medications. Patients reported less pain and muscle spasticity.

The current belief, is that the CBD may inhibit the increased activity of the immune system resulting in positive medical benefits. Ask your doctor if CBD Treatment could be right for you.

Read more from this informative article at The Huffington Post: Multiple Sclerosis Treatment


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