CANNABIS CULTURE- While autism is not yet widely considered a condition for which medical marijuana can be prescribed, doctors have noted cannabis’ therapeutic benefits to relieve autism symptoms. That is why marijuana is now respected by legions of doctors and scientists who understand the positive impacts that marijuana has on the patients that they treat.
Medical Cannabis is the twenty-first century’s bad boy wonder drug. This herbal medicine has a long history of illicit drug use, and is only legal for medical prescription and consumption by some states in the union.
However, cannabis’s ability to fight off the symptoms and side effects of a plethora of conditions and treatments is garnering a lot of attention in the medical community. Once considered a contraband herb, cannabis is getting new life as a chemotherapy aid to ward off the ill effects of this cancer treatment and as a psychotherapeutic drug to combat the psychological distress that PTSD victims cope with on a daily basis.
For these purposes – and many more – cannabis is far more than a plaything for frat boys looking for something to do on Friday night. cannabis is now respected by legions of doctors and scientists who understand the positive impacts that cannabis has on the patients that they treat.
When it comes to treating the effects of autism, cannabis holds a lot of potential for helping individuals living with the disorder to experience relief from the psychological and mental symptoms that autism causes. Studies worldwide offer hope for autism patients – and their parents – to imagine life beyond autism.
Is cannabis getting a new life as a psychotherapeutic drug? Here is an infographic presented by Guardian Helmets where you can read interesting information about medical cannabis for autism; from basic concepts to getting a prescription.
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This piece was published in partnership with Guardian Helmets and portions of the copy originally appear at https://guardianhelmets.com/medical-cannabis-autism/