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|March 5, 2014 07:00 AM EST|
NEW YORK, March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Growlife Inc. (OTCQB: PHOT) Recent studies have shown that the use of marijuana in medicinal doses can reduce the symptoms and side effects of many illnesses, including joint pain and inflammation, several types of cancers and even Alzheimer's Disease. Glaucoma, eye problems and many other illnesses can all be helped by the use of medical marijuana. Now medical marijuana is providing new hope in the fight against the spread of HIV and AIDS. The medical community realizes that it is imperative that the immune system of patients with HIV and AIDS be supported and strengthened to give patients a better quality of life. In addition, the strengthening of the immune system with exercise, healthy eating and the proper medications can also help prevent HIV from progressing to the full AIDS virus. The typical treatments for patients with HIV and AIDS are dangerous pharmaceuticals that can pose life-threatening side effects for patients. However, new research has shown that there may be a healthy, natural alternative for these dangerous medications.
A ground-breaking new study has shown that THC, the major cannabinoid in marijuana, can effectively protect and support the immune system of HIV patients. This results in less viral load and inflammation of tissue. Patients exhibit less symptoms of the disease when utilizing the benefits of THC. The use of medical grade marijuana also slows or completely halts the progression of HIV to AIDS. The use of THC may also be able to reduce or even block the spread of HIV and AIDS. This is amazing news for everyone, including those dealing with HIV and AIDS, medical personnel and those at risk for acquiring these viruses.
Much work is still to be done in this area. However, an amazing study has recently been published, outlining these developments, to help educate the public on how the use of medical marijuana can help slow or stop the spread of the HIV and AIDS epidemic. A synopsis of this study is available, and can help answer your questions about how the treatment works and what still needs to be done to make this treatment accessible to all patients. The following link will allow you to view this report at no cost:
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