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Cannabis And Lou Gehrig’s Disease: Here’s What You Should Know - Cannabis News

Considering the neuroprotective effects of cannabinoids and the anti-spastic effects of cannabinoids in multiple sclerosis patients, it only makes sense to consider their use in ALS. Preclinical work and some patient reports are promising.

ALS causes the degeneration of nerves that control voluntary muscle movement, like those that allow us to chew, speak, and walk.

Charlie Wedemeyer was one of Hawaii’s greatest athletes when he attended Punahou School in the 1960s.

He was the quarterback for the football team, but also excelled at basketball and baseball. 

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