As each year passes, more and more Americans are supporting the legalization of marijuana for medical use.

This change in public sentiment is largely due to the increased body of evidence relating to marijuana’s medical effectiveness. While you might have heard of the benefits of medical marijuana for diseases like cancer, epilepsy, and glaucoma, new research shows that medical marijuana might be the miracle cure for thousands of fibromyalgia and diabetic patients around the world.

This research comes from the company Cannabis Science which tested their specially designed marijuana patches on hundreds of patients. These patches are somewhat like the nicotine patches for smokers you see on TV.

Of course, instead of releasing nicotine, Cannabis Science’s patches release small doses of CBD, which is a powerful healing cannabinoid found in medical marijuana. CBD has been found to dramatically reduce both nerve pain and inflammation.

The patch literally dissolves into the patientís skin and is absorbed directly into the central nervous system. This provides amazing healing health for nerve disorders such as fibromyalgia and diabetic nerve pain.

Mr. Raymond C. Dabney, who is the current CEO of Cannabis Science, told reporters he was thrilled to see just how much his companyís patches make a difference in peopleís lives. He also said itís incredibly important for people to know both the benefits of medical marijuana and the symptoms of diseases like fibromyalgia.

Amazingly, Danbey said that over 10 percent of Americans have fibromyalgia and donít know they have it. Itís critical for American citizens to know both the symptoms of fibromyalgia and that medical marijuana patches can help make a huge difference in their lives.