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Is Medical Cannabis Right for Me?

Medical cannabis, also known as medical marijuana, refers to the use of the cannabis plant or its cannabinoids, such as THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol), for medicinal purposes. Cannabis contains numerous compounds that have potential therapeutic effects and may offer relief for various health conditions. Here at The Epec Clinic we prescribe Medical Cannabis to help our patients on Suboxone but dealing with anxiety, sleeplessness etc.




Some of the potential medical uses of cannabis include:
  1. Pain management: Cannabis is often used to alleviate chronic pain, including neuropathic pain and pain associated with conditions like arthritis.

  2. Management of nausea and vomiting: It's been used to reduce nausea and vomiting in chemotherapy patients and those with other medical conditions.

  3. Improving appetite: Cannabis can stimulate appetite, which can be beneficial for individuals undergoing treatments that cause appetite loss, such as chemotherapy or HIV/AIDS.

  4. Reducing muscle spasms: It may help in easing muscle spasms associated with conditions like multiple sclerosis.

  5. Epilepsy: CBD, a compound found in cannabis, has shown promise in reducing the frequency and severity of seizures in some forms of epilepsy, such as Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome.

  6. Anxiety and depression: Some individuals report benefits in managing symptoms of anxiety and depression with cannabis use, although more research is needed in this area.

It's important to note that while cannabis may offer potential therapeutic effects, its use should be approached cautiously and under medical supervision due to potential side effects and legal considerations. Additionally, regulations surrounding medical cannabis use vary widely among different countries and regions.


Patients considering medical cannabis should consult with a healthcare professional knowledgeable about cannabis to discuss potential benefits, risks, proper dosage, and legal implications based on their individual health condition and local regulations. For more information about Medical Cannabis and or our Online Suboxone Doctor Appointments, please call us at 443-559-8354

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