Medical Marijuana – Cerebral palsy – Cannabis Medicine

Cerebral palsy describes a group of permanent disorders of the development of movement and posture, causing activity limitation, that are attributed to nonprogressive disturbances that occurred in the developing fetal or infant brain. The motor disorders of cerebral palsy are often accompanied by disturbances of sensation, perception, cognition, communication, and behaviour, by epilepsy, and by secondary musculoskeletal problems.

25 thoughts on “Medical Marijuana – Cerebral palsy – Cannabis Medicine

  1. magik0420

    My sister also has cerebral palsy (caused by a collision with a drunk driver) she’s not this severe, but I wonder how much it would help her. It’s helped me with all eight of my psychological disorders (chemical imbalance, depression, CDO (OCD in alphabetical order, lol) ADHD, bi-polar, insomnia, dissociative identity disorder or split personality, and paranoid schizophrenia) and I’m perfectly fine. Funny how a legal drug caused a problem an illegal drug can help, that’s irony.

  2. Hasnain Attarwala

    me too, all i was picturing was would they give her a joint and she’d sing a song?

  3. william salmeron

    i have a question for any body that can answer?
    Can Medical Marijuana Help With My Condition “Cerebral Palsy Left hemiplegia” When It’s Cold I Get Really Bad Pain In My Left Leg”Were I Had Surgery When I Was Born Preme”

  4. Pam Roberts

    An amazing woman! Hope they get medical marijuana there. Here in California, pot is all but legal. In LA, we have more pot shops than Starbucks. I use it for epilepsy, but I see nothing wrong with using it just to get high if you want to. There are 100 deaths a year in the US due to peanut allergies, not one death ever due to pot. Pot…safer than peanuts.

  5. drashoksinghal100

    Try pemf and rTms for cerebral palsy, far better than stem cell therapy and much more effective. This technology is FDA approved and being used for last 40 years in USA and Europe. More than 300 such cases have been treated by us in last 7-8 years . google ” pemftreatmenthealingtouches ” for our site to know more .

  6. Ryan Stryska

    You inspire me so much. You’re an amazing person and thank you for staying strong as an incredible example.

  7. Michael Barley

    I was speaking about a family member of mine and not the lady in the video. I understand the condition she has and nothing was said in regards to her.

  8. Michael Barley

    No offensive, but my mother sounds like this when she mixes soma, valium, zanax and lortab. It’s pathetic and her addiction has taken over her life before family!

  9. TheBoxingCannabyte

    @TheBSLevin, hopefully if you continue to be able to use your CP won’t cause too much muscular and skeletal damage, thank you for sharing your story, young buck! :) (I wish you the best)

  10. Ben Levin

    I was also born with CP although I have spastic diplegia (only effects my legs). My legs get so tight and pull on my back so that I am in discomfort for long amounts of time. My legs get so tight that picking up my feet and moving my body is difficult. I have had countless surgeries and botox injections. I go to physical therapy twice a week and have to do daily exercises. I am 16 and from personal experience know that when I smoke my body moves more freely than any other time I can remember.

  11. TimHoffman74

    You should have edited in the part where she smokes marijuana and you can tell how much better she is feeling by just hearing her voice.

  12. louderthanlars

    valium comes from Valerian Root. Aspiirin comes from Willow Bark. Most pharmacueticals come from things that occur naturally on this earth…so WHY is it different when it comes to weed?

  13. louderthanlars

    God put weed on this earth for a reason. What makes man so arrogant to decide it’s NOT medicine?!

  14. SassholeProductionz

    @uncakon I have Hemiparesis and smoke, but my ignorant mother still believes in all the reefer madness bullshit (despite the fact she’s a fucking nurse) and is too stupid to realize that MJ has helped me move my arm better than painful surgery and botox.

  15. peterpotpie

    When are people going to wake up to the fact that the government does not care about your health.

  16. Bob Segalman

    There is another good video of someone with Cerebral Palsy by Dr. Bob Segalman on Youtube and the title is “Telephone access for AAC users”.

  17. odessyrcr589

    its heart breaking to see what this happen goes through. if she needs to smoke medical marijuana to make her life easier, than why are we denying her?

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