Medical Cannabis for Heart and Blood Pressure Patients

Medical cannabis is gaining widespread acceptance due to increased awareness. Notably, several countries are looking into cannabis as an alternative for existing medicine. So, Tilray expects about 40–80 countries to legalize medical cannabis over the next two or three years. To learn more, read Tilray’s Stock Price Is Subdued Despite Global Opportunities.

Currently, there are studies related to medical cannabis to treat:

  • nausea and vomiting—effects of chemotherapy in cancer patients
  • chronic pain associated with traumatic spinal cord injuries, spina bifida, and osteoarthritis
  • seizures
  • insomnia
  • glaucoma
  • reducing muscle stiffness
  • multiple sclerosis
  • HIV/AIDS
  • inflammation
  • mental disorders
  • Crohn’s disease and a variety of illnesses

Read the full article by Adam Jones from Market Realist here.