Medical marijuana is a brand of cannabis and a form of medicinal cannabis, as opposed to other forms of medical cannabis, like oil, that are more commonly known as oil.
They can be used for medical purposes or for recreational use.
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 6 million Americans have used medical marijuana for their conditions, but fewer than 1 percent of them have ever been diagnosed with cancer.
Healthcare professionals in the US are not allowed to prescribe medical marijuana to patients, though the Department of Justice does allow states to do so if the state has passed legislation to allow it.
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has been criticized for not cracking down on the opioid epidemic and it is also not allowing doctors to prescribe medicine for recreational purposes.
According to the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEAs), there are more than 20 million Americans using medical marijuana.
Some states have legalized medical marijuana and some have not, but all states are prohibited from allowing doctors in the state to prescribe the drug for recreational or medicinal use.
Medical marijuana patients are allowed to grow up to six plants and can sell their marijuana at stores.
Medical marijuana patients have also started using social media to advertise their use of the drug.