Medical marijuana or marijuana use and psychosis has long been a topic of discussion, with many experts claiming that the younger a person is when they begin pot use the more chance of psychosis there is. On the other side of the debate there are experts that have proven this claim to be false.
Much of the research that has claimed marijuana can cause the adverse affects of psychosis has been slanted in order to stop the use of medical marijuana. When the actual studies are looked at there is no actual proof, while it might cause psychosis in some people, they would have these problems without the use of marijuana.
The studies into medical marijuana prove that it is able to be used as a viable treatment for many medical conditions, including relieving the effects of chemotherapy, working as a anti-inflammatory and having properties that work as an anti-cancer medicine.