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Explore a few of the many benefits
National Academies of Science concluded that adult patients with chronic pain who were treated with cannabis were more likely to experience a clinically significant reduction in pain.
Research indicates that both THC and CBD dominant cannabis based medicines offer effective therapy for a range of sleep disorders, including insomnia. Cannabis is thought to reduce sleep latency, induce drowsiness and improve quality of sleep.
Inflammation in the digestive system can be mitigated with cannabinoids like CBD. CB2 receptors are present throughout the intestinal tract, and when activated, can serve as a braking system for inflammation resulting from immune activation.
THCV, for example, is a cannabinoid known for its appetite suppressing power. Rather than giving you the munchies, strains high in THCV tend to stave off your appetite.
Cannabis can drastically reduce the severity of symptoms and improve quality of life for patients. How? Research shows that both THC and CBD (two of the key active components found in cannabis) can stimulate appetite, which may help with the weight loss, anorexia and cachexia that many cancer patients experience.
Rich evidence has shown that cannabis products exert a broad gamut of effects on emotional regulation.
Laws & Regulations
On April 22, 2015, the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission met to further consider regulations to implement the medical Cannabis law. The Commission withdrew from further consideration the draft regulations that were published in the Maryland Register on January 23, 2015 (Volume 42 - Issue 2 - Pages 214-244) January 23, 2015. That draft, completed by the Commission before the General Assembly considered H.B. 490, was also the basis for the submission of comments received from 57 members of the public.
The Commission carefully considered the public comments, the further comments on a proposed revised draft posted on the Commission website on March 20, 2015, and the text and objectives of the General Assembly in enacting H.B. 490. The Commission then adopted a new draft regulation to forward to the Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene, posted on the Commission website, dated April 22, 2015. These regulations will be subject to the standard regulatory review process of consideration by the Secretary, the Attorney General and the Joint Committee on Legislative, Executive and Administrative Review (AELR).
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