At the heart of the debate of marijuana's use as a medicinal agent are the pros and cons. Do the pros outweigh the cons or the other way around? You'll have to decide for yourself.
Marijuana has been proven effective at treating a few symptoms -- nausea, vomiting, and loss of appetite (anorexia) in cancer and AIDS patients. There is a long list of other symptoms that marijuana might be effective at treating and may vary by each state with medical marijuana laws.
Is it even possible to be allergic to marijuana? The answer may surprise you...
Marinol (dronabinol) is a synthetic, or manmade, version of Delta-9-THC, the compound in marijuana that is responsible for relief of symptoms. What symptoms is it used for and is it effective?
Despite the addition of Marinol to the FDA's list of approved medication, many patients who have tried both smoked marijuana and Marinol prefer to smoke the drug. Is this because smoked marijuana is more effective?
With concerns over the various risks of smoking marijuana, many medical marijuana patients are looking for alternatives to smoking.
Marijuana vaporizers heat medical marijuana to high enough temperatures to vaporize the THC without producing smoke. Medical marijuana vaporizer users review models they have tried.