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Medical marijuana has been getting some mixed reviews lately. Some areas in the United States are accepting the use of medical marijuana, and there are those wanting to stop legal medical marijuana all together. For example in Ventura County, California, there is a move to stop the distribution and use of medical marijuana despite State law that allows for it.

There may be some opposition to the use of medical marijuana, but there’s no denying the fact that medical marijuana works, especially for certain types of people. Did you know that about as many women as men, now legally use medical marijuana to cure their illnesses? The common idea is, only men are using medical marijuana. But if one takes a closer look at the industry and State data, then one can discover that women too depend on medical marijuana for their qualifying conditions.

Women Prefer Non-Smokeable Products to Relieve Health Issues

The main difference between men and women is that men tend to be more upfront and adventurous when it comes to use of alternative medicine, and other forms of adult products. This is in contrast to the reserved nature of women, and this is true as well when it comes to the use of medications and alternative medical approaches.

If men want immediate and bold results, women on the other hand are looking for tried and tested medical solutions that bring results. This is the main reason why they often rely on food, sprays and lotions that appear simplistic but can also bring discreet health benefits.

In short, women are more private compared to men. The practice of privacy can be seen in many aspects, but is best illustrated in the use and selection of medications and treatment approaches that can help them manage certain illnesses. It is not in the nature of women to go bold when it comes to medical approaches- what women want is for medical treatment and approaches that work discreetly but delivers the results. The use of medical marijuana fits the bill, and this is the current solution that is often tapped by many women.

Many women now find comfort in the use of medical marijuana, and the good news is that it works! The use of medical marijuana can work on a number of ailments like depression. According to the University of Southern California research, medical marijuana when consumed occasionally can help depressed patients.

Right now, many women are now using medical marijuana privately to treat a number of health concerns, and depression is just the start. It is expected that the use of medical marijuana among women will continue to increase as it’s use allows women to get the results in a discreet manner.

This is now the future of medical marijuana- in the hands of women looking to discreetly enjoy its taste and discreetly enjoy its medical benefits, legally. This development is something that should be considered by anyone wanting to regulate or capitalize on the future of medical marijuana.

Rita Murphy
Rita Murphy
I treat my rheumatoid arthritis with marijuana. Sometimes I write about it.


  1. Avatar Libby H says:

    I use the topicals and food for sleep and deep pain. Always works well.

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