Medical marijuana (Cannabis) has long been accused of affecting memory and  thinking  ability,  but  now a team  of  scientists  has found  that  it may actually help with the effects of Alzheimer.
Alzheimers disease patient

Smoking is harmful to health-is known to all. But smoking can be helpful for health whoever thought it. Recent researches have proved that smoking with medical Cannabis (marijuana) can be helpful to treat Alzheimer.Medical marijuana (Cannabis) has long been accused of affecting memory and thinking ability, but now a team of scientists has found that it may actually help with the effects of brain aging (Alzheimer).

Marijuana plants (Cannabis sativa )

Marijuana is a flowering plant the Cannabis genus. Cannabis sativa and cannabis indica are members of the nettle family that have grown wild throughout the world for centuries. Both plants have been used for a variety of purposes including hemp to make rope and textiles, as a medical herb and as the popular recreational drug. The plant is used as …

(1)  The resin – a brown/black lump, known as bhang, ganja, hashish, resin etc;

(2)  Herbal cannabis – made up of the dried flowering tops and variable amounts of dried leaves - known as grass, marijuana, spliff, weed etc.

Different forms of medicinalal marijuana ( canabis )

Currently, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has certified two medical marijuana medications in pill form, “dronabinol” and“nabilone.” These two drugs are being used to treat nausea caused by chemotherapy and increase the appetites of people with AIDS.

However the addictive properties and unknown long term effects, its usage today is controversial in the medical science. While medical marijuana has been shown to reduce nausea in people undergoing chemotherapy and help people living with HIV/AIDS some medical expertise are wary of using it as a treatment method.

The uses of medicinal marijuana

Scientists of The Salk Institute for Biological Studies in San Diego have found preliminary evidence that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and other compounds found in marijuana can promote the cellular removal of amyloidal beta, a toxic protein associated with Alzheimer’s disease. As these exploratory researches were conducted in neurons grown in the laboratory, they may offer insight into the role of inflammation in Alzheimer’s disease and could provide clues to developing novel therapeutics for the disorder.


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