How to use medicinal plants for relief of pain

The world’s top herbalist says there are many ways to use marijuana to treat the symptoms of various illnesses.

In fact, many people say that cannabis is an effective treatment for arthritis, headaches, migraines and nausea.

But what exactly is medicinal marijuana?

It’s an extract of the cannabis plant.

And it’s an herbal medicine.

And that’s where a little bit of history comes into play.

The term medicinal marijuana was first coined in the United States in the early 20th century to describe a drug that was used to treat a variety of ailments including coughs, colds and fevers.

It’s one of the most powerful and widely used herbal remedies, according to the American Herbal Council, a nonprofit organization that advocates for medical marijuana.

And its use has been legal in the U.S. since 1996.

But when it comes to cannabis, there are so many different varieties of the plant.

They’re so varied in appearance that you can’t know which ones are medicinal.

You have to take a sample to be sure.

Medical marijuana is often prescribed to treat cancer, anxiety, nausea and other ailments.

Some people also recommend it to treat epilepsy and glaucoma.

But the most popular cannabis strains have a wide range of effects, from the mild to the powerful.

They can help alleviate anxiety, alleviate nausea, reduce pain and reduce the need for prescription painkillers.

“It is extremely powerful, it has a tremendous range of properties that we don’t really know,” said Dr. Robert Blau, the president of the American Medical Association, an organization that represents the medical profession.

Blau said people with arthritis are often prescribed marijuana to manage their pain.

He says arthritis patients who also have cancer may be prescribed cannabis to relieve pain from cancer.

He said he has never seen patients who were prescribed marijuana for cancer.

But he said marijuana’s effects on the body may be even more potent.

Blau said marijuana can help lower blood pressure, increase heart rate and relieve the pain associated with epilepsy.

“Marijuana can have profound effects on mood,” Blau told CBS News.

“People that are on opioids or are on other medications, that’s what you’re seeing with marijuana.

That’s why I would say that there’s a tremendous amount of potential for these things to be helpful.”

Marijuana’s medical benefits are well-known.

A 2010 study in the Journal of Clinical Investigation found that marijuana can treat patients with multiple sclerosis, cancer, Parkinson’s disease and even chronic pain.

“There are some things that people may be hesitant to say that marijuana has positive health benefits.

But it has been shown to be effective in a number of different areas including treating chronic pain, anxiety and depression,” said Blau.

A recent report in the American Journal of Public Health found that patients who smoked marijuana had better pain control, improved sleep and reduced their risk of experiencing a heart attack, stroke or other blood-clotting disorder.

Marijuana is not the only thing that can be used to relieve symptoms of certain illnesses.

Doctors can also prescribe a number other herbs, like tea, tea bags and herbal creams to help relieve pain.