Offshore hospitals begin dispensing cannabis oil to patients, while failed drug policies in the USA prohibit compassionate medicine

Friday, May 19, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: Robert Jonathan
Friday, May 19, 2017

Medical cannabis may be effective in managing chronic pain and inflammation and in treating neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s. It is also said to be a viable treatment for epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, for sleep disorders, and chronic cancer pain, among other maladies.

Although research is ongoing, marijuana reportedly works with the endocannabinoid system in the body to modulate levels of pain and anxiety, which gives it the ability to alleviate symptoms of a wide range of disorders. (RELATED: Read more about medical marijuana at

In fact, just last month, Natural Blaze identified 100 studies that purport to show that cannabis can cure a variety of different cancers.

The use of medical cannabis is currently legal in 28 U.S. states, although cannabis is illegal under federal law. There is an increasing momentum behind legalizing recreational marijuana at the state level beyond those states where it has already been authorized, which is a separate matter with broad societal ramifications upon which reasonable people can reach different conclusions.

President Trump supports medical marijuana and during the campaign indicated that issue of legalizing the use of marijuana should be left up to the states on an individual basis. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, however, is viewed as more of a hardliner on recreational and medicinal weed.

Hospitals outside of the US are starting to take note of the medicinal benefits of cannabis

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