What sort of ailments can cannabis be prescribed for?
Technically, none.

It could just be ADVOCATED.

Now a physician has to take an eight-hour class and have a three-month long relationship together with the patient before she or he can recommend medical marijuana. The doctor is then given access to your registry and may place patients onto it. Here’s a record of approved doctors.

A doctor can recommend a low-THC marijuana for patients with cancer or a long-term medical condition that produces a full potency bud for individuals with a terminal illness or muscle spasms or seizures.

Once the Department of Health sorts out all of the nuts and bolts of Amendment 2, the list of conditions will expand to incorporate debilitating medical conditions including:

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
Crohn’s disease
Parkinson’s disease
Multiple sclerosis
Or every other debilitating medical condition of the same kind or class or compared to those recorded and for which a doctor considers the medical use of cannabis would outweigh the possible health dangers.