Nobody knows the answer to this question for sure. You can check out our conditions page and report for more information, as well as our blog for blog articles and interviews with doctors and scientists, to get learn more about cannabis as medicine. Sadly, we cannot say anything more than, “Cannabis/marijuana may have some potential medical use for some medical conditions and illnesses. We cannot point you to any particular strain or product for definite.”
We advise people to take things slowly and to never consume too much cannabis at once, and in a safe environment. People respond to cannabis in different ways, and we will never say, “Cannabis will definitely help for your condition.” It may, it may not. Sometimes it might help at certain dosages, or hinder at other dosages. Some might even report little effect whatsoever! Different cannabinoids and terpenes might have different effects, and you may need to try and find out and see what works for you.
Perhaps the best advice we can give when it comes to medical marijuana is “Go to people who take their jobs seriously.” Does the dispensary and/or company who makes the product test their for safety (pesticides, heavy metals, pollutants, pathogens etc.)? Do they endeavor to give information on cannabinoid and terpenoid profiles wherever possible? Do they provide any other educational services?
You may also want to approach doctors and scientists who are trying to figure out “What cannabinoid-terpenoid profile works for my particular condition and endocannabinoid system (ECS)?” We don’t expect everyone to have the answers, but those who honestly state, “We don’t have all the answers, but here’s what I know and here’s the research out there so far on it” are probably the ones who might actually know something about cannabis. Be suspicious of snakeoil and anyone claiming to have all the answers, because for the moment, nobody does.