While it is common knowledge that marijuana is a useful tool for pain management, researchers are now certain that cannabis can be used to reduce inflammation and discomfort for patients diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis too.
For example, Tabitha (pictured) was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia. After starting a program of physical therapy and medical marijuana, Tabitha is now able to stop relying on pharmaceuticals and begin experiencing a higher quality of life. For Fibromyalgia patients, medical marijuana provides many benefits such as controlling pain, boosting mood, alleviating stress, maintaining an appetite, and improving sleep. Because of these benefits, marijuana makes it possible for Tabitha to stay active and positive and overall improves her quality of life.