Yes, marijuana is good for your health. Today there is increasing interest in the use of medical marijuana for treating everything from cancer to menstrual cramps and migraine headaches. People who wouldn't be caught dead using marijuana are now interested in medical marijuana because it may be able to save their lives.
Medical professionals worldwide have used marijuana for millennia to treat a variety of ailments. Modern medicine men are begrudgingly beginning to acknowledge medical marijuana can aid in the treatment and cure of many diseases.
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Marijuana, or more properly Cannabis Sativa, has been used for its medicinal properties for over 5,000 years. Its earliest documented use is in China. In the 28th Century B.C., the Chinese Emperor Shen-Nung prescribed marijuana for gout, beriberi, constipation, 'female weakness', rheumatism, and malaria among other ailments. In 2,000 B.C. physicians in Egypt were prescribing marijuana for eye problems.
Today in many parts of India and especially in Ayer Vedic medicine marijuana is used to treat a wide range of ailments. It is also used as a sedative, an analgesic, an anti-hemorrhoidal, and an antispasmodic.
One might infer marijuana is only used in 'backward' Asian countries with no knowledge of modern medical practices, But one would be wrong. Napoleon's army used it to treat burns, as a sedative, and as a pain reliever. In the United States in 1961 the National Institute of Mental Health did a study that indicated marijuana could be used for epilepsy, infant convulsions, treatment of tetanus, convulsions of rabies, treatment of depression, as a sedative and hypnotic in relieving anxiety and has antibiotic properties.