Medical use - therapeutic needs

Medical use cannabis uses:

  • analgesia in pathologies involving spasticity associated with pain (multiple sclerosis, spinal cord) resistant to conventional therapies;
  • analgesia in chronic pain (with particular reference to neurogenic pain) in which the treatment with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or with cortisone or opioid drugs has proved to be ineffective;
  • Anti-kinetic and antiemetic effect in nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy, radiation therapy,HIV therapies, which can not be obtained with traditional treatments;
  • the stimulating effect of appetite in cachexia, anorexia, loss of appetite in patients oncology or AIDS, and in anorexia nervosa, which can not be obtained with treatments standard;
  • the hypotensive effect on conventional therapeutic glaucoma;
  • Reduction of involuntary body and facial movements in Gilles de la Tourette's syndrome which can not be obtained with standard treatments.
Method of administration
For each patient under treatment, FM2 cannabis can be used with different modes of intake:
Orally, as a decoction or by inhalation by a vaporizer.

The mode of intake  are determined by the prescribing physician, depending on the content percentage of THC and CBD you intend to prescribe. It is advisable to start from minimum doses, then possibly adjusting these dosages in function of the pharmacological effect as well as of any effects adverse events. Increase in daily doses is recommended only after an adequate period of time clinical observation.

Oral use

In the case of oral administration, the treating physician will indicate to the patient the condition and timing of
Preparation of the decoction, the amount of FM2 cannabis and water to be used and the number of
Day care according to the instructions below, which will be included in the commercial packaging. Based on the clinical experience so far, it is advisable to start the treatment with 100 ml of solution prepared as follows. Any successive positive increments should be individualized based on the effect.
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