According to the National Institutes of Health, people have used marijuana, or cannabis, to treat their ailments for at least 3,000 years. However, we are still waiting to get recognized on a much bigger spcectrum in the medical field, although cannabidiol, a substance that is present in marijuana, received approval in June 2018 as a treatment for some types of epilepsy. A recent study published in the journal Addiction also found that use of marijuana is increasing sharply across the United States, although this rise may not be linked to the legalization of marijuana in participating states.Likely in Illinoise we are able to introduce cannabis as a solution medication to so many medical conditions. 

Starting January 2020 you will be able to grow cannabis on your own. How wonderful is that? There are few tricks how to grow cannabis properly.
Does Cannabis need oxygen?
The short answer is ‘yes,’ of course, but there is a lot more to it than that! It is easy to dismiss the importance of oxygen when growing cannabis. After all, dry air contains approximately 20.95% of it, so your plants are okay, right? Even at 100% relative humidity, the atmosphere consists of 20.4% oxygen. However, if you don’t allow for excellent air circulation in the grow room, your plants could suffer. Please maintain the right temperature in the room where you are growing cannabis.

Cannabis is great for Depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and social anxiety

The review published in Clinical Psychology Review assessed all published scientific literature that investigated the use of marijuana to treat symptoms of mental illness.Its authors found some evidence supporting the use of marijuana to relieve depression and post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms.

Please note, they caution that marijuana is not an appropriate treatment for some other mental health conditions, such as bipolar disorder and psychosis.

The review indicates that there is some evidence to suggest that marijuana might alleviate symptoms of social anxiety, but again, this is contradicted by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine review, which instead found that regular users of marijuana may actually be at increased risk of social anxiety.