MMJ and Diabetes

MMJ and Diabetes

Medical Marijuana Shown as Effective for Diabetic Patients By now, it is known that the use of Medical Marijuana is quite effective when if comes to the treatment of chronic pains and aches. In the case of eating disorders, the use of Medical Marijuana has been quite fruitful. There have been different types of tests that have been done in recent months that prove the above-mentioned issues. However, very recently, scientists have come up with another revelation, that its use is miraculous in the management of diabetes. How Diabetes is Affecting the Population As it appears the number of people, suffering from diabetes is growing day by day. The recent reports by WHO confirms that within a decade almost one third of the world population will suffer from diabetes if it is not properly addressed. For those who have been suffering from diabetes for quite a long time, keeping the sugar level within limits has been a terrific hurdle. For them it is good news that the doctors and researchers have come up with the finding that marijuana restricts the sugar level to go too high by ensuring the flow of insulin as well as keeping the weight within the acceptable level, occasionally decreasing as well. What the Reports are Saying In different parts of US, quite a few studies have been done that have revealed the fact that marijuana affects the weight and helps individuals to loose weight. At the same time, the insulin resistance is also restricted with the help of marijuana. Although it is still not known whether the American Journal of Medicine will accept the finding or not, but the researches do...
Medical Marijuana

Medical Marijuana

Making a medical marijuana evaluation is not easy. There are many arguments against legalizing marijuana, and many marijuana smokers claim there are health benefits of marijuana consumption. Many of the arguments advanced for reasons to legalize marijuana are generalized towards comparisons between marijuana, alcohol, and tobacco, and claims that marijuana is both less addictive and less carcinogenic than both of them. Many people argue that the history of marijuana use has been so prolonged and extensive that taking measures towards the legalization of marijuana is a sensible financial proposition, quoting reasons such as an illegal market properly regulated would reduce marijuana sales and use among teenagers, thus leading to a reduction in exposure to other drugs in the illegal market. Other arguments include that legalizing marijuana would stifle international criminal gangs flow of money from many countries economies, while creating a home-grown industry, which should instead be taxed to support beneficial government initiatives and programmes. It has also been claimed that the financial cost of law enforcement and the judicial system currently trying to dispose of an average of 750,000 cases yearly would make dramatic savings in the current climate of a reduced growth in the public sector. Many people are claiming different health benefits of marijuana after using the drug, benefits such as relief from pain, spasticity, and nausea. Marijuana may appear to have a medical value with mild side-effects, however, many of these claims cannot be verified, simply because no large amounts of money have been thrown into the research needed to establish proven health benefits of marijuana. It was thought that marijuana was much safer than...