Marijuana Seeds for Growing your Medicine for Hepatitis C
Hepatitis C is a viral disease that can result to the swelling of liver and worst death. States in the USA and other parts of the world consider marijuana as an effective medication for hepatitis C. Just like in Arizona where they claimed that marijuana is one of the effective means of reducing the side effects of the interferon or ribavirin (medications) treatment for the virus. You can read about this in the website of Arizona Hemp Center.
The side effects of the treatment is so rampant that most of the patients postpone or withdraw from the procedure for a period of time. The side effects include nusea, vomiting, depression, weight loss, irritability, fatigue, headaches, severe body pain and a lot more which are all can be treated well with the use of marijuana.
Marijuana is antidepressant, anti-anxiety, pain reliever, stress reliever, appetite enhancer and a lot more without any side effects. A lot of people are saying that they feel better after using marijuana.
Why buy marijuana seeds for Hepatitis C?
Buying marijuana buds could be costly. If you are undergoing treatment for Hepatitis C, then you can really tell how much it cost you and you might not want to add up to the expenses just to buy marijuana buds. Some people may say that buying mairjuana for aiding the treatment for Hepatitis C is worth the money but saving your hard earned income is much better. Growing marijuana from seeds is the best option there is.
Simple. Buy $70 worth of seeds and you are saving $5000 or more of cash. Instead of buying your costly buds, just grow your own marijuana plants from seeds.
Why grow marijuana from seeds when I can just grow from clones and cuttings?
That’s a good question that we want to cover in this post because those who are already growing wanted to grow from cuttings and clones which are okay. They grow them because they want to keep the original characteristics of the mother plant that they like however they will not be getting the same quality of harvest. The pro growers will surely agree that growing from marijuana seeds will produce healthier plants with larger yields – more savings to the part of the grower or hepatitis C patient.