Why keep those pricey bottles and boxes of drugs in our medicine cabinets which are worthless? New research suggests that marijuana is a medicine. This is a concern which should be addressed for the citizens of United States who have to fight for their medicine to feel better and ease their illness. This is why marijuana should be a medical option! Marijuana is a natural herbal plant which is often called pot, weed, MMJ, cannabis, bubble gum, green goddess and there are several other names that follows. It can be smoked, eaten and drank. There are few reasons why it should be a medical option such as it costs less, its chemical free, and last it helps with the side effects from other medicines and illnesses. Marijuana can relieve certain types of pain such as migraine headaches, anxiety, chronic back pain, arthritis, movement disorders, HIV/AIDS, multiple sclerosis, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, glaucoma and epilepsy. In some medical cases, marijuana is prescribed by the doctors since the pain tolerance is too high. However, marijuana can be considered as less toxic than other medicines that are out there.
Medical marijuana is cheaper medicine. One can begin with comparing two medicines such as Marinol and marijuana. Marinol is a generic form of the name brand drug that is an alternative for marijuana. It is a medicine that is approved by the government. It is prescribed to treat vomiting, nausea, and loss of appetite. It does similar things as marijuana does, but what cost? Is one willing to suffer the consequences or make their life stressful, and having to worry about the money for the prescriptions all the time? Marinol costs 22.63 dollars for 5 mg, low dose, and marijuana costs 18.00 dollars for 1.0g for low dose. After seeing the costs of these two medicines, there is no way marijuana would not be the first option to the ill patients. Every insurance company is different so are their coverage’s. A marijuana consuming patient does not need an individual drug prescription just a valid medical marijuana ID. A medical marijuana patient has to have a medical marijuana ID, prescribed by their doctor. Marijuana costs less because patients can purchase it at a lower price and no prescription is required accept the ID card, also they do not have to worry about pricy co-pays to pharmacies.
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