Marijuana has been the subject of many heated arguments for decades now. People are torn as to whether marijuana should be used to help treat sick people or whether legalizing it can trigger many addictions.
However, medical experts and equipment and pipe providers advocate its use in the field of medicine when most traditional prescription drugs have failed to cure or offer relief to suffering patients. Their fight has been fought hard and long, and now, these medical experts and doctors are meeting with senators for a dialogue regarding the legalization of medical marijuana.
The group cites how effective medical cannabis is as a drug alternative especially when taken under medical guidance. It has been found to be of extreme help in the pain management of terminally ill patients or those who have undergone surgery.
Despite plans of legalizing medical marijuana, Florida legislature is pushing a bill that imposes medical weed regulations to prevent abuse and ensure only those who need cannabis have access to it.
Many patients would benefit from a medical treatment that involves the use of medical marijuana as evidenced by cases like this:
The question now lingers, will the use of medical cannabis finally be legalized? Will the potential benefits terminally ill patients can get from such a controversial treatment outweigh the dangers of a possible drug addiction?
Such a bold move in the medical community requires a thorough investigation similar to what the field of laser medicine had to go through to earn the approval of medical professionals here and abroad. But if the regulated use of medical marijuana can uplift the lives of many suffering patients, who are we to deny them of a cure that has been right there all along?
Is Medical Marijuana The Answer? was initially published to IPAB