Marijuana as an addiction treatment for opioid dependency is gaining popularity among professionals in the field of medicine. As legalities slowly become more accommodating, physicians approach a new world of addiction care with the versatility of cannabis.
Physicians in the New England region of the U.S. have been prescribing medical marijuana to treat opioid addiction for several years. Dr. Harold Altvater, a doctor in Massachusetts, has used medical marijuana to substitute for other medications frequently and has seen some success.
Sen. Menéndez says he will file a bill to make Texas the 29th state to allow medical marijuana for debilitating, chronic conditions. #txlege
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“You are basically taking something that can be very harmful for an individual, and…