While marijuana is still a controversial (and potentially illegal) remedy in many parts of the world, recent research has shown clear benefits in the treatment of many conditions, including multiple sclerosis. Marijuana and its active compound, THC, can help to soothe the nervous system and produce sedative effects, which can limit the impact of multiple sclerosis symptoms. It can also lower anxiety levels and stimulate certain antioxidant compounds in the body to promote better overall health.
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