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Legalization of Marijuana in the United States Legalizing Marijuana has become a popular issue with many doctors and their patients in the United States Doctors and many patients have been petitioning to the United States Government to allow the medical use of marijuana but the outcome has been unsuccessful Even though Marijuana has possible side effects it has been very helpful in the medical field with treating ill and sickly patients Many new and better drugs are needed in todays society to help treat and cure diseases and Marijuana is one of those drugs Legalizing Marijuana would help treat sick patients and could possibly become a wonder drug used by many doctors Marijuana other wise known as cannibis extract has been used as medicine on sick patients since the beginning of time around 2727 BC Marijuana has thousands of uses in medicine particularly to treat symptoms of cancer glaucoma AIDS multiple sclerosis and epilepsy It is known that Marijuana is one of the safest therapeutically active drugs in the world and that no one has ever died or overdosed from the drug Marijuana can reduce nausea vomiting and help with loss of appetite in cancer and AIDS patients With glaucoma patients Marijuana can help reduce the intraocular pressure and horrible pain the body experiences For multiple sclerosis it helps reduce tremors stops muscle spasms and restores bladder control speech and eyesight and balance Medicinal 1 These facts show that Marijuana is very useful in the medical field and should be legalized for medical and health purposes only For some purposes Marijuana is not so bad of a drug as some people claim to think All drugs from prescription to over the counter carry different amounts of risks to the person taking them The
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