From anorexia to Alzheimer’s illness, researchers are currently investigating the therapeutic potential of marijuana. There is the strongest evidence that it may be effective in the treatment of chronic pain, epilepsy, nausea (especially in chemotherapy patients), HIV-related weight loss, and muscular stiffness in MS patients. Even though medical cannabis from a cannabis shop has not been demonstrated to be helpful for treating any ailment, there are benefits to consuming it. Typically, additional research is required before scientists can draw definitive conclusions. There is a promising study on the efficacy of marijuana for nausea and vomiting, which is commonly used by cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. It has been suggested, however, that using it to treat morning sickness during pregnancy could be hazardous to the baby.