In the upcoming days LVCIC will be updating the video section. We are here for the community, Please contact us to share videos.
Parkinson’s Disease—Resarch published in 
MedPage Today found that marijuana use 
eased tremors and improved fine motor skills
in patients with Parkinson’s disease.

Alzheimer’s—Marijuana may be able to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, according to research by the Scripps Research Institute and published in Molecular Pharmaceutics.

Read more 


Video

Anxiety—Harvard Medical School found that marijuana may have anti-anxiety effects. Of course, keep in mind that high doses may increase anxiety and paranoia.

Read more

Arthritis—Marijuana can alleviate pain and inflammation linked to arthritis.

Read more



Nausea—Marijuana contains a minimum
of 60 chemicals known as cannabinoids,
of which THC is the primary one associated
with its mind-altering effects.
THC has been used in the treatment of nausea, 
including drug- or chemotherapy-induced nausea.

Video

Glaucoma—Researchers are working on developing new drugs based on cannabis to treat glaucoma pain after learning its effectiveness for treating the condition. Glaucoma is a condition that increases pressure inside the eyeball and can lead to vision loss.


View video

Improves Lung Health—Research in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that marijuana can increase lung capacity, not decrease it as many people have long believed.


Read more

Cancer—Research in the journal Molecular Cancer Therapeutics found that cannabidiol found in marijuana, turns off a gene called “Id-1,” which cancer cells use to spread

Read more


Video



Multiple Sclerosis—A study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal found that cannabinoids found in marijuana significantly reduced multiple sclerosis pain.

Read more


Video

Epilepsy—Marijuana has been shown in studies by Virginia Commonwealth University, to stop seizures in the school’s animal studies.

Read more


Video