Medicinal

Medicinal

Medical Cannabis and Herbal Seeds
 
Since all types of cannabis and herbs can be used medicinally, many people choose to use a combination of different strains, depending on the situation. The ‘high’ effects of Sativa strains make them a better choice for medicinal use during the day, when alertness is desirable. In the same way, the relaxing effects of Indica varieties often make them more suitable for evening and night-time use. Hybrid strains can offer the best of both worlds to many patients but may be less suitable for others.

The first medical use of cannabis traces back five thousand years ago to a Chinese botanist who prescribed cannabis / marijuana as a cure for malaria, beriberi, constipation, rheumatic pains, lack of concentration and for several female ailments. Another ancient Chinese expert described a blend of cannabis resin and wine to be used as a painkiller.

In the early Nineties, medical cannabis use for therapeutic purposes became increasingly popular in the Western world, and at the moment it can even be purchased in pharmacies with a simple prescription. However, considering the expense and limited choice of available medical cannabis, many patients decide to grow their own.
 
 
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