“A common misconception is that the use of cannabis to treat chronic pain is a new concept or practice. However, there are written references of the use of cannabis for pain relief that date back to 2700 B.C.E. In the nineteenth century, physicians used cannabis to treat rabies, cholera, delirium tremens, tetanus, and the pain associated with menstrual cramps.
In contemporary times, there is plenty anecdoctal evidence to show that cannabis is a beneficial chronic pain treatment. Unfortunately as a result of the federal scheduling of marijuana, research and study of the medical benefits of marijuana is legal restricted. However, the permitted research and clinical tests have produced promising results in terms of the effectiveness of cannabis as a treatment for chronic pain” to read full article click here