Medical Marijuana Uses for You
Do you suffer from a chronic disease? Are the symptoms taking over your life? It’s time to find relief with medical marijuana. While marijuana has developed a controversial reputation, there are dozens of medical marijuana uses that can make a positive impact on your life. If you are curious about medical marijuana uses and whether it is right for you, speak to our doctors today. With Cannabis Clinics across Canada, we make it easy to find relief.
Medical marijuana treats symptoms of a variety of diseases and illnesses. Medical marijuana uses include but is not limited to, mental health conditions, chronic pain, Epilepsy, Alzheimer’s and Cancer. This treatment method is an excellent alternative to the traditional pharmaceutical medications that provide little to no relief. If you believe that medical marijuana is right for you, speak to your family doctor today for a referral to Canadian Cannabis Clinics across the country today. Based on their recommendation, we will book you an appointment to meet with one of our doctors at locations across the country.
At Canadian Cannabis Clinics, we believe that the highest quality medical marijuana specialized care should be available to all Canadians. Let us help you find relief with the wide variety of medical marijuana uses today.
How can Medical Marijuana help treat symptoms of illnesses?
Medical marijuana consists of two separate compounds known as phytocannabinoid-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive compound in cannabis and cannabidiol (CBD), another major component of the plant. Based on the dosage and method of consumption prescribed by our doctors, the effects will vary. THC has also been shown to decrease the number of awakenings throughout the night. When THC degrades over time, it converts to a sedating chemical known as cannabinol or CBN. This cannabis compound is five times more sedating than THC and can be used in the form of cannabis-infused edibles or inhalation methods.
It’s also worth noting that edibles take longer to kick in than inhalation methods, but their effects can last several more hours and help you stay asleep much longer. Inhaled cannabis – preferably smoke-free vapour – generally provides an instantaneous effect and lasts for about three to four hours, whereas ingested cannabis can take up to an hour to work, but lasts for up to six to eight hours. Therefore, an edible cannabis product, taken approximately an hour before bedtime, can work extremely well to help get a full night’s sleep and ease symptoms of various ailments.