Here are some eye-opening statistics from the American Academy of Pain Medicine:
“There are 1.5 billion people around the world suffering from chronic pain.”
“Approximately 3-4.5% of the global population suffers from neuropathic pain…”
There is nothing worse than pain, be it constant pain or the one that keeps coming back.
There are many conventional ways for treating it, but sometimes these methods are not as efficient as they should be.
Hence, many people turn to medical marijuana for pain management, due to its lack of addictive components and its organic nature.
Marijuana has been known as a natural painkiller for centuries.
Throughout the history, in almost every corner of the world, people discovered marijuana’s painkilling properties and have been using it ever since, for different types of painful conditions, from headaches to childbirth.
Marijuana also has a wide range of purposes in modern medicine. Today, one of the most common applications is for managing pain, be it inflammation, migraines, neuropathic pain, sore muscles, cramps or even spinal injury and arthritis.
As it seems, with increasing number of …