FDA Approves Medications Derived From Cannabis

March 25, 2019

We have always known the power of these plants.  Now the FDA has approved the development of these medications that have been derived from cannabis to market to the masses.  What are your thoughts on this change?

 

Sativex-A mouth spray comprised of THC and CBD components to help treat severe pain in MS patients, and those with advanced cancer. (Approved in the UK in 2010)

 

 

Dronabinol- A pill made of synthetic THC that is used to treat nausea and vomiting in patients with cancer or advanced MS.  

 

Nabilone-Synthetic cannabinoid close to makeup of THC that is used to treat nausea and vomiting in cancer patients.

 

Oddly enough, there are a list of other medications that have shown promise in treating a vast amount of symptoms but the FDA has either stopped clinical trials on these meds, or big pharma has abandoned research on these all together.  

You can learn more about these medications here....

https://medicalmarijuana.procon.org/view.resource.php?resourceID=000883

 

 

Of course we suggest sitting down with a professional who understands the power these plants have to affect disease and symptoms.  There are many benefits to a professional consultation to learn more about the power of medical cannabis including learning more about strains, dosing, and how to get your medicine.  If you need help getting the right medicine DELIVERED FREE to your door, please email us and we will point you int he right direction.  Our patients who have their own card enjoy FREE DELIVERY, CONTINUOUS SUPPORT VIA EMAIL, and the peace of mind that comes with working alongside cannabis professionals who have YEARS of experience in the business.  

 

 

 

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