Marijuana is one of the tightest controlled substances under federal law, but it's gaining popularity among patients as a medication for a variety of illnesses. Many Drs. have also changed their tune in support of the drug, including Dr. Sue Sisley, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, and Dr. Mehmet Oz. This CNN report highlights some of the illnesses medical marijuana could potentially treat, including PTSD, AIDS and HIV, Alzheimer's, Arthritis, Asthma, Cancer, Chronic Pain, Crohn's Disease, Epilepsy and Seizure disorders, Glaucoma, and Multiple Sclerosis. http://cnn.it/1Nimp33
CannaBest Medical is the developer of the world's first Medical Marijuana dosing app. The CannaBest Medical App provides a data driven system which allows users to safely and rapidly achieve the best therapeutic outcomes from cannabinoid therapy.
The CannaBest Medical App gives users access to information generated from user responses in the form of interactive media. It is not able to provide personal medical advice, nor is it designed to diagnose disease. Users should only begin Cannabinoid therapy when recommended by a physician.