Elevated Intraocular PressureElevated intraocular pressure is the term used in reference to the buildup of fluid pressure in the eye. The condition is often detected during a procedure known as a tonometry, which also helps doctors determine the extent and severity of the condition. The condition is closely associated with glaucoma, and can worsen if left untreated.

The benefits of marijuana for managing the effects of glaucoma are well-known. For patients with elevated intraocular pressure, marijuana use may also provide added relief.