There are at least two active chemicals in marijuana that researchers think have medicinal applications. Those are cannabidiol (CBD) — which seems to impact the brain without a high— and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) — which has pain relieving (and other) properties.
Also keep in mind that these health benefits can potentially be gained by energy attunements, which might be more effective than smoked marijuana with no side effects. It activates the energy on your aura, etheric body, chakras, meridians, your vital energy, kundalini and the energy of nature spirit of marihuana called Deva. This energy has a clearing and cleansing effect on your subtle bodies.
It can be used to treat Glaucoma.
It may help reverse the carcinogenic effects of tobacco and improve lung health.
It can help control epileptic seizures.
It also decreases the symptoms of a severe seizure disorder known as Dravet's Syndrome.
The cannabidiol in the plant interacts with the brain cells to quiet the excessive activity in the brain that causes these seizures.
CBD in marijuana stops cancer from spreading.
It may decrease anxiety.
Marijuana helps relieve pain and suppress nausea — the two main reasons it's often used to relieve the side effects of chemotherapy.
Higher doses may increase anxiety and make you paranoid, though in etheric energy it doesn´t happens.
THC slows the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
The drug eases the pain of multiple sclerosis.
Marijuana may ease painful symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
The THC also helps control the muscle spasms.
It lessens side effects from treating hepatitis C and increases treatment effectiveness.
Marijuana treats inflammatory bowel diseases.
It relieves arthritis discomfort.
It keeps you skinny and helps your metabolism.
It improves the symptoms of Lupus, an autoimmune disorder.
While not really a health benefit, marijuana spurs creativity in the brain.
Marijuana might be able to help with Crohn's disease.
Soothes tremors for people with Parkinson's disease.
Marijuana helps in suffering from PTSD, post-traumatic stress disorder.
Naturally occurring cannabinoids, similar to THC, help regulate the system that causes fear and anxiety in the body and brain.
Marijuana protects the brain after a stroke.
It might protect the brain from concussions and trauma.
Marijuana has incredibly powerful neuroprotective properties.
It can help eliminate nightmares.
Additionally, marijuana may be a better sleep aid than some other substances that people use.
It reduces some of the awful pain and nausea from chemo, and stimulates appetite.
Marijuana can help people trying to cut back on drinking.
Reduces the superfluous judgmental mind. Increases a sense of connection with all sentient beings.
Marijuana enhances sexual-sensual pleasure.