Posted on Aug 27, 2019

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When is medical marijuana appropriate?
Studies report that marijuana has possible benefit for several conditions. State laws vary in which conditions qualify people for treatment with medical marijuana. If you're considering marijuana for medical use, check your state's regulations.

Depending on which state you live in, you may qualify for treatment with medical marijuana if you meet certain requirements and have a qualifying condition, such as:

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
Anorexia due to HIV/AIDS
Chronic pain
Crohn's disease
Epilepsy or seizures
Glaucoma, although the American Academy of Ophthalmology doesn't recommend medical marijuana
Multiple sclerosis or severe muscle spasms
Nausea, vomiting or severe wasting associated with cancer treatment
Terminal illness
Tourette syndrome
If you are experiencing uncomfortable symptoms or side effects of medical treatment, especially pain and nausea, talk with your doctor about all your options before trying marijuana. Doctors may consider medical marijuana as an option if other treatments haven't helped.
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