Medical marijuana seeds
The first medical use of cannabis traces back five thousand years ago to a Chinese botanist who prescribed marijuana as a cure for malaria, beriberi, constipation, rheumatic pains, lack of concentration and for several female ailments. Another ancient Chinese expert described a blend of cannabis resin and wine to be used as a painkiller.
In the early Nineties, medical cannabis use for therapeutic purposes became increasingly popular in the Western world, and at the moment it can even be purchased in pharmacies with a simple prescription. However, considering the expense and limited choice of available medical cannabis, many patients decide to grow their own.
The most suitable type depends on each patient's pathology; apparently, medical cannabis with a high CBD content is very effective, via inhalation, for pains and spasms in patients suffering from MS. The anti-inflammatory qualities of the active principle CBD give this species, if administered via inhalation, probably even better effects compared to other types of pathologies that include reactions to infection. Cannabis with high THC content is preferable for pathologies such as Tourette's syndrome; in this case, the cannabis comes from the female plants' dried flowers. To inhale the cannabis in the healthiest way possible, we recommend the use of a vaporizer in order to avoid absorbing most of the harmful substances.
Our feminized medical cannabis varieties are grown exclusively for medical cannabis consumers. All types of cannabis is suitable for medical use, but some are more suitable than others due to the different active principles.
Medical cannabis can help and alleviate the following pathologies:
Pain: it's not an anaesthetic, but more a relaxant that allows the patient to conquer pain better. Anaesthetizing pain can be dangerous; instead, it's important to try to find its cause.
Muscle tension: the fact that the patient's whole body relaxes more helps the muscles lose their tension. For example, it alleviates the respiratory muscles in patients with bronchial diseases or the bladder muscles in patients who suffer from incontinence.
Poor circulation: blood circulation improves, as does the sense of body heat preservation.
Spasms: they could decrease, thus offering better-quality sleep. We're talking about the muscle spasms that often occur when the patient is in bed, preventing sleep.
Chemo: medical cannabis often helps fight nausea from chemotherapy. As the sickness decreases, the patient can eat better and even ingest medicines more easily. Cannabis stimulates the appetite in general.
Relaxation: cannabis has a relaxing effect and helps the patient to focus less on his illness and to relax more; the patient has more zest for life and can relate better to other people.
Sexual dysfunctions: cannabis has aphrodisiac properties and helps with premature ejaculation, as well as having positive effect on erection problems.
Hormone disorders: it decreases disorders tied to the menstrual cycle, for example premenstrual syndrome.
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