Cannabis Reduces Pain From Fibromyalgia Studies Show

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For states who have not made medical cannabis legal, they do not understand the significant pain endured by fibromyalgia patients. Many patients are shamed and labeled as hypochondriacs, but their pain is real, yet the level of medical response is not. The pain echoing in the muscles can cripple someone’s life, and yet in the nation of the free, millions of people suffer from a condition, where a viable treatment resides. More than five million Americans suffer from this condition, and more than 80 percent of those sufferers are women. Currently, only 23 states, and Washington D.C. have legalized medical marijuana.

Others are afflicted with pain, fighting a silent and unbearable demon that keeps them awake at night, hoping if not for a cure, for relief from the compounded pain. In the midst of healing factors, study after study has shown the positive effects of cannabis for fibromyalgia patients. A 2004 study published and titled Clinical endocannabinoid deficiency (CECD): can this concept explain therapeutic benefits of cannabis in migraine, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome and other treatment-resistant conditions? was published by the U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health. The study reviewed patients who reported a significant reduction in pain following the use of cannabinoids.

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As someone growing for a fibromyalgia patient, I would like to add that her pain profile after cannabis varies day by day, just as it did before cannabis.
On some days, the relief is magical. On other days it is merely a lot better.
Varying the strains and dosages is part of her effective treatment regimen.

The cannabis bottles should be labeled "take as needed for symptomatic relief. " Overdose is not an issue :)
 

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As someone growing for a fibromyalgia patient, I would like to add that her pain profile after cannabis varies day by day, just as it did before cannabis.
On some days, the relief is magical. On other days it is merely a lot better.
Varying the strains and dosages is part of her effective treatment regimen.

The cannabis bottles should be labeled "take as needed for symptomatic relief. " Overdose is not an issue :)
That is the wonder and beauty of cannabis. It complements the intelligence of the endocannabinoid system with evolutionary wisdom that has produced a plant with at least 932 known synergistically acting chemical compounds. Profound benefits without any harm.
No Pharma drug can hold a candle to that.