What is medical marijuana treatment?

Medical marijuana treatment is a treatment approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and is usually given to people who are suffering from certain conditions.

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) considers marijuana to be a Schedule I controlled substance, meaning it is considered to have a high potential for abuse and no currently accepted medical use.

However, there are also some doctors who say it can help patients with some serious conditions, including epilepsy, cancer and glaucoma.

One of the most popular medical marijuana clinics in the U.S., Medi-Cal Medical, in Santa Ana, California, says its patients can use it for the treatment of a variety of conditions including arthritis, depression, multiple sclerosis and other conditions.

The clinic says it provides treatment through its MediCal Care, which is an online portal for physicians to get their patients medical marijuana from a network of licensed physicians.

Medical marijuana treatment isn’t the only form of marijuana therapy that can be used in the United States.

The U.K. also has a legal system where doctors can prescribe medical marijuana, which they are allowed to prescribe to people with certain medical conditions.

However in recent years, there have been several recent studies linking marijuana to many serious side effects, including psychosis, anxiety and even death.

Marijuana can also be used for other medical purposes.

In California, doctors can recommend marijuana to patients who suffer from seizures, Parkinson’s disease, multiple myeloma, Crohn’s disease and multiple sclerosis.

In other parts of the world, doctors are also allowed to recommend marijuana as a treatment option for certain diseases.

“There are no laws that prevent a doctor from recommending medical marijuana to a patient if they have a diagnosis of a specific medical condition,” said Sarah Dutton, spokesperson for the U

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