Autoimmune Disorders (AD) and Medical Marijuana

"Medical Marijuana is effective in treating AutoImmune Disorders.  The majority of patients found a substantial improvement of their symptoms Clinical improvement and reduction of immunosuppressive drug therapy in cannabis treated patients with Autoimmune Diseases like Crohn's disease." -  Dr. JY, Mikuriya (paraphrase)


Inflammation is an essential and natural response of the immune system to infection and insult.


Autoimmune disorders result when the immune system is overactive, activated in error, whereby Natural killer cells  Lymphocytes (white blood cells)  T cells become loose cannons, "shooting" friendly cells, harmless proteins and pathogens alike. In AD disorders, most often the body's immune system is overworked fighting real and imaginary threats.  Chronic infections, an overabundance of bad bacteria, or compromised gut membranes allow rogue proteins and peptides into the blood sparking major immune response.  At this point, the overburdened immune system becomes punch drunk boxer;  Previously formidable, he staggers around the ring swingingly wildly and only to get knocked out.

“As with many life-altering events, an autoimmune illness is almost guaranteed to cause you to re-evaluate your priorities.”  Joan Friedlander


  • joint, muscle pain,  weakness or tremor
  • weight loss, insomnia, heat intolerance or rapid heartbeat
  • rashes or hives, sun-sensitivity
  • difficulty concentrating or focusing
  • tired or fatigued, weight gain or cold intolerance
  • hair loss or spots in skin and mouth
  • pain, blood or mucus in your stool, diarrhea
  • dry eyes, mouth or skin
  • numbness or tingling
  • miscarriages or blood clots


"First the doctor told me the good news: I was going to have a disease named after me."


Top 5 Medications for Autoimmune Disorders 2015

  • Azathioprine   
  • Imuran
  • Mercaptopurine
  • Purinethol
  • Azasan


"I became insane with long intervals of horrible sanity."  Edgar Allan Poe


Azathioprine Toxic Side Effects: Common mild nausea or vomiting. Long-term use of azathioprine increases the risk of developing certain types of cancers (eg, leukemia, lymphoma, skin cancer). A rare type of cancer called hepatosplenic T-cell lymphoma (HSTCL) has been reported in patients treated with azathioprine. These cases have been fatal. Most of these cases occurred in teenagers and young adults who had Crohn disease or ulcerative colitis. Some patients who developed this cancer were using azathioprine along with certain other medicines called TNF blockers (eg, infliximab). Tell your doctor if you have or have ever had any type of cancer.  Source:

How Autoimmune Drug Side Effects Cause Death - Information and Statistics


Doctors: How Patients Benefit from Medical Marijuana Therapy

"There was substantial clinical improvement and immunosuppression in Cannabis treated patients with Crohn's Disease."  -  Dr. JY, Mikuriya

"The current study (Medical Cannabis) opens new avenues to investigate how exactly THC regulates the immune response,"  - Dr. K. Risley

"The cumulative data obtained through cell culture studies using various immune cell populations extracted from animals or humans, together with those obtained using animal models of infection, are consistent with the proposition that marijuana and cannabinoids alter immune cell function"  - Guy A. Cabral, PhD

420EvaluationsOnline Notes :  Patients that wish to consider Medical Cannabis to treat their Autoimmune disorder can get their legal paperwork completed online here.  The process takes minutes and a doctor will evaluate and can Recommend MMJ.   Features include:

  • Licensed physicians
  • 24/7 Verification
  • Right to cultivate, possess and consume
  • Privately - HIPAA compliant system
  • Chat support.
  • Patient ID Cards



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