Medical Cannabis refers to the flowering plant, Cannabis, genus of the Cannabaceae family. 

Cannabinoids are diverse chemical compounds that interact with the (inner) endocannabinoid system of which research has revealed receptors in the immune system, the brain, the gastrointestinal tract, and in tissue of the lung, heart, and adrenal glands, among other regions of the body. This endogenous system may play a role in the functions of appetite, memory, metabolism, reproduction, sleep, analgesia, and stress response, among other functions. 

There are at least 113 cannabinoids found in the Cannabis plant that interact largely with CB-1 and CB-2 receptors in the human body. Among these include:


Appetite Stimulant | Antiemetic | Antinociceptive | Antidiuretic | Antispasmodic | Treatment of MS | Treatment of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, PTSD, Chron’s | Inhibits Tumor Growth


Antianxiety | Antipsychotic | Anticonvulsant | Antimigraine | Antidepressant | Treatment of Chronic Pain | Treatment of Diabetes


Anti-convulsant | Anti-Anxiety | Antibiotic | Appetite Stimulant | Antiasthmatic | Treatment of ALS | Antibiotic | Sedative


Antiinflammatory | Antiemetic | Neuroprotectant | Antiproliferative


Antibiotic | Inhibits Tumor Growth | Mood-stabilization | Treatment of Psoriasis


Anti-inflammatory | Inhibits Tumor Growth | Anti-Depressant | Anti-Fungal


Appetite Suppressant | Treatment of Diabetes | Antianxiety | Alzheimer's Treatment | Bone Growth Stimulation


Antiemetic | Antispasmodic | Treatment of Parkinson's | Anti-convulsant 

These statements have not been approved by the FDA and are for educational purposes only - based on research. 

Qualifying Conditions for Medical Cannabis Treatment:

  • PTSD
  • ALS
  • Crohn's Disease
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • Other debilitating conditions
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Chronic Nonmalignant Pain
  • Cancer
  • Epilepsy
  • Glaucoma