No. Only cancer.
Yes, in several cases doctors in North America have prescribed medical marijuana for ADHD. This is not mainstream advice and has not been proven clinically effective.
In order to qualify for a medical marijuana card you need to have a chronic or debilitating condition. ADHD is a chronic condition. DJ MATUBO, You are an idiot.
The effects of marijuana in the ADHD population has not been fulled studied or determined. However, other clinical studies provide evidence that marijuana increases memory-related loss which could worsen existing ADHD symptoms. On the contrary, in some cases doctors have prescribed marijuana (where legal) for ADHD.
No, marijuana for medical purposes is only for the reduction of symptoms from cancer treatments.
what do teens with ADHD struggle with
Marijuana cannot be prescribed anywhere in the United State as prescribing a level one narcotic will cause them to lose their license. Level one narcotics are show to have no medicinal value.
There is a little evidence suggesting medical marijuana might help ADHD, but it is still considered far outside the realm of mainstream behavior/stimulant treatment.
Medical Marijuana Exchange is the only medical community to support and promote the medical benefits of merijuana and cannabis against diseases such as ADD and ADHD, Fibromyalgia, Endocrine Disorders, etc.
ADHD can affect anyone
better effects than any doctor prescribed medication with close to 0 side effects