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The uncontrolled spasticity stopped immediately for some patients, and that could have been the result of cutting the affected nerve, the researchers said.
In addition, it has been reported that marijuana reduces muscle spasms and spasticity; reduces intraocular pressure; and reduces anxiety.
In addition, it has been reported that marijuana reduces muscle spasms and spasticity
Most of them are standing in line for painkillers or other anti-spasticity drugs at the local Walgreen’s or CVS right now.
The first cut spinal cord nerves to reduce spasticity and the second lengthened his heel chords and transferred tendons to both ankles.
Many showed temporary improvement in such areas as spasticity (or stiffness) and sensitivity to light touches, and the upturn continued for several days.
In extremely small doses, this blockage can be clinically useful, as in Botox for wrinkles or to relieve muscle spasticity.
Independent studies have generally found marijuana to be effective for treating chronic pain, nausea and vomiting in cancer patients, and muscle spasticity in multiple sclerosis patients.
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