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Visitors from all over the world have come to Jamaica for many decades to indulge in medical and recreational benefits of Jamaican ganja. In July 2016, Jamaica entered the medical cannabis industry and now permits visitors to Jamaica to purchase medical cannabis from licensed dispensaries locally during their visit to Jamaica once they purchase a permit.
A permit for persons over the age of 18 years will be issued if you produce a voluntary declaration signed by you, or any other satisfactory evidence, such as a medic al card, that your use of ganja is for medical or therapeutic purposes. The permit grants holder to purchase and possess no more than 2 oz (56 gm) at a time, available from licensed medical dispensaries.
Many medical experts agree that it can help to treat various health conditions and diseases. There are between sixty and seventy different cannabinoids in medical cannabis. The cannabinoids in cannabis have been shown to decrease nausea and vomiting, increase appetite, reduce pain, synergize with other pain medications, improve mood and encourage sleep.
Medical cannabis is an excellent pain killer. Hence it can be used to treat conditions associated with chronic, debilitating pain. Medical cannabis has been prescribed to treat arthritis, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, migraine headaches, peripheral neuropathy, and spinal injuries.
Cannabis is known to increase appetite and reduce nausea and vomiting. Hence it can be used to help treat ailments that involve loss of appetite and/or weight loss. Patients suffering from cancer, anorexia or bulimia may benefit from the use of medical cannabis.
Cannabis has mood-boosting properties. It also helps to promote sleep.
Therefore cannabis can benefit people who suffer from depression, anxiety, stress and insomnia. There is also evidence to suggest that medical cannabis can help with glaucoma, Alzheimer’s disease, autism, and Crohn’s disease.
Do you suffer from one or more of the health conditions that medical cannabis can help treat? If so, are you interested in using medical cannabis to treat your symptoms? If using medical cannabis is something that interests you and it is legal in your state, you should start by making an appointment to see your physician. Naturally, we can’t confirm or deny the above claims as we are not doctors. Talk to your physician about your ailment and ask if medical cannabis is right for you and then BOOK HERE.
THE SMOKING OF CANNABIS IN OUR PUBLIC AREA AND NON-SMOKING ROOMS IS NOT PERMITTED.