I am donald abrams the chief medicaladviser of the medical cannabis Australia. A major problemcancertreatment today is the development of painful peripheral nerve damage or neuropathy, im able to cure many patients of cancer who become disabled by peripheralneuropathy we know from animal models that cannabis not only can treatperipheral neuropathy induced by chemotherapy but actually can preventit. We have three major classes of chemotherapeutic agents that causeneuropathy the vinca alkaloids the platinums and the taxanes and animalstudies have demonstrated that

cannabinoids can prevent neuropathy inall of those different chemotherapeutic interventions. I think this is an areathat we must study. Most of the patients I seeSan Francisco with cancer usecannabis either inhaled or as a tincture or some other product while they'rereceiving their chemotherapy. I have had patients totally avoid needing antinausea medicine chemotherapy induces a lot of nausea and vomiting by just usingcannabis products. People often say well how much should I use and should it beTHC or should it be CBD or a combination again because we are not allowed legallyto study the medical benefits of

cannabisthe US I don't really havean answer for that and I tell patient's try it and see butmy experience you know again mostof the patients that I see what cancer are using some type of cannabis productand it seems not to interfere with their treatment andfact improves theirquality of life. We at the medical cannabis Australia are providinga purified medical product that has a known percentage of cannabidiol ourproducts are the culmination of latest researchthe field and are customizedto meet the needs of our individual


US Medical Marijuana Programs by State Cannabis Questions

Hey it's Marvolo and welcome back to my channel I wanted to talk to you all about MedicalMarijuanathe United States. I thought it would be helpful to give you all some informationon qualifying conditions, how much you're allowed to possess with a medical card ineach state, and which states allow you to grow. I'm going to goalphabetical order, andtry to quickly summarize the lawseach state that surround medical marijuana. I amnot going to be including states that only have legal access to CBD, or states that havepassed laws, but have not yet put them into

effect. All the states that I will list arestates where you could currently get a medical marijuana and be a medical marijuana patient. I will mention right now though, that Guam,Pennsylvania and Ohio have passed medical marijuana laws, but they have not yet putthe systems into full effect. Hopefully that will happen soon. Okay, so let's get into the states where youcan get a card right now. Alaska Medical Marijuana Patients are allowedto posses up to an ounce of marijuana, and grow up to 6 plants, with only 3 mature ata time.

Qualifying conditionsAlaska are: cancer,HIVAIDS, glaucoma, and conditions causing one or more of the following. I'm sorry ifI pronounce words wrong here, but I didn't think to look up pronunciation. Woops. Cachexia,I don't know. Cachexia. I don't know how to pronounce that one. Okay, moving on. Severepain, severe nausea, seizures, or persistent muscle spasms, including those that are characteristicof multiple sclerosis. Arizona Medical Marijuana Patients are allowedto posses up to 2 ½ ounces of marijuana. The may also grow up to 12 plants, but onlyif they live more than 25 miles away from a dispensary.

Qualifying conditionsArizona are: cancer,HIVAIDS, hepatitis C, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Crohn's disease, glaucoma, agitationrelated to Alzheimer's disease, PTSD, and conditions causing one or more of the following:severe and chronic pain, cachexia.that word I can't pronounce,, severe nausea, seizures,or persistent muscle spasms. California Medical Marijuana Patients areallowed to posses up to 8 ounces of marijuana. And they are allowed grow up to 12 plants,with only 6 being mature at a time, though this may vary by countyCalifornia. Patientsin California, unlike pretty much every other state, are not required to have a medicalmarijuana card, but can instead get a prescription

from a for marijuana. Qualifying conditionsCalifornia include:cancer, anorexia, AIDS, chronic pain, spasticity, glaucoma, arthritis, migraine, or any otherillness for which marijuana provides relief. Colorado Medical Marijuana Patients are allowedto posses up to 2 ounces of marijuana. And they may grow up to 6 plants, with only 3being mature at a time. Qualifying ConditionsColorado are: cancer,HIVAIDS, glaucoma, and conditions causing one or more of the following: severe pain,cachexia, cachexia.whatever. severe nausea, seizures, or persistent muscle spasms.

Connecticut Medical Marijuana Patients areallowed to posses up to 2 ½ ounces of marijuana per month, unless otherwise specified by a. Qualifying ConditionsConnecticut are:cancer, glaucoma, HIVAIDS, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord damage causingintractable spasticity, epilepsy, cachexia, wasting synome, Crohn's disease, PTSD, sicklecell disease, post laminectomy synome (“failed back synome�), severe psoriasis, and psoriaticarthritis. Delaware Medical Marijuana Patients are allowedto posses up to 6 ounces of marijuana, and they are allowed to purchase 3 every 14 days.