Parkinson’s Qualifies for Medical Marijuana in Michigan
Patients who are diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease qualify for medical marijuana treatment in Michigan. Medical marijuana can offer relief to many of the symptoms those with the neurological disorder experience. Medical marijuana patients in Michigan can find relief from both their motor and non-motor symptoms.
How can Medical Marijuana help with Parkinson’s Disease?
Parkinson’s Disease is a disorder of the central nervous system that affects movement, often including tremors. The disease damages one’s brain cells, eventually killing them. These brain cells are ones that make dopamine and control movement. Many patients who have Parkinson’s Disease can expect easier movement, as cannabis can help relieve tremors or shaking of the hands or other body parts. It also has the ability to provide patients with pain relief and offer better sleep to those with the disease. Both CBD and THC can help those with Parkinson’s Disease by protecting neurons from being further damaged, and hopefully slowing the spread of the disease.
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