New Jersey Marijuana Report

New Jersey’s Department of Health has released their 2014 Annual Report on the Medicinal Marijuana Program.  The report is filled with great deal of information and stats. We took a look at the conditions most often cited by medical marijuana patients.

At the top of the list is “intractable skeletal spasticity” or severe muscle spasms totaling 34%. Next up, severe or chronic pain associated with cancer, AIDS, or HIV at 26%. Multiple sclerosis and inflammatory bowel disease were both at 15%. Seizure disorder and Terminal cancer were both reported by 7% of the medical marijuana patients.

We’ve extracted the chart that shows the medical conditions cited by New Jersey’s medical marijuana patients from the 2014 Annual Report on the Medicinal Marijuana Program:

New Jersey 2014 Medicinal Marijuana Program Annual Report

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