No... Diabetes can be controlled AND reversed by eating a proper diet.
The use of marijuana will most likely cause her to get the munchies.. Being high and having the munchies will most likely disable a proper thought process and will therefore be more likely to cause her more damage as she will probably head for the Doritios or Ho Ho's instead of healthier options.
Medical marijuana is used for cancer patients on kemo therapy and lose appetite. Marijuana isn't a cure. It is also addictive, and once you have built an immunity to the high you experiment, and get on other drugs. Seen it many times. 6 to be exact, some die.
I believe so. My mom had diabetes and the Dr. gave her medical marijuana to control her blood sugar . My mom was 53 years old and up till then had never used marijuana in her life. she believed it helped her. Also every Dr. Has different views on marijuana.
Using it reduces the chances of getting diabetes but even if you have diabetes mj offers some relief in terms of blood sugar levels. Ignore people who answer based on a guess just because they are anti-mj. Like it or not, mj is a good treatment for many, many things.
Long term cannabis use dulls cannabinoid receptors in the brain leading to weight lose. This decreases the risk for obesity which is closely linked to type 2 diabetes. Cannabis does lower blood sugar levels which is what triggers an increased appetite. Coupling cannabis with healthy snack choices will help in the treatment of type 2 diabetes.