Muscle spasticity is a type of neurological condition in which the patient experiences stiffness in the muscles and an inability to stretch them. The condition mostly affects the skeletal muscles, and it often accompanies conditions such as multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, and other conditions that affect the brain or nervous system. Skeletal muscular spasticity can cause muscular spasms, muscle pain, limited mobility, and even disability. In recent years, marijuana has been proposed as an effective treatment solution for skeletal muscular spasticity, due to its ability to relax the muscles and reduce pain.
Skeletal Muscular Spasticity
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