Medical marijuana or medical cannabis is a cannabinoid drug that has been synthesized from the cannabis plant for use in medical treatment of patients in many countries around the world. While there are many arguments on the benefits of cannabis in medical applications, the medicine form has not been fully tested for its full potential due to the many restrictions in both production and governmental regulations in the various countries where it has been legalized for use.
Complete medical benefits are not fully clear
There is limited evidence available that the use of medical cannabis can help to reduce nausea and vomiting during chemotherapy treatments for cancer, and can improve the appetites of people with HIV/AIDS. It is also known that it can severely reduce chronic pain and muscles spasms in patients with severe muscular injuries. And while there is some evidence to suggest that the short-term use of cannabis can