THC binds to cannabinoid receptors, initiating an anti-inflammatory response that prevents inflammation and muscle spasms after injury, for example. A study on multiple sclerosis, which is characterized by inflammation that damages nerve fibers, also confirmed that medical marijuana relieves inflammation. Recent research has shown that cannabis and medications extracted from cannabis can help patients with persistent muscle spasms. The patient's response to medical marijuana is the reason why in many states in the U.S.
It is approved in the United States to treat muscle spasms. Research and studies have now made it clear that medical cannabis can provide significant relief from muscle spasms and aid muscle recovery. In addition, it acts as an excellent analgesic and anti-inflammatory agent.