Raynaud’s disease is a rare condition that primarily affects the blood vessels. It usually starts out from the fingers and the toes, and one of its primary characteristics is the narrowing of the blood vessels in response to cold or stress. The affected area then exhibits a loss of blood in the surface of the skin, which becomes red and sensitive later on as the blood flow is restored.

Because of marijuana’s anti-inflammatory properties, it may be a useful treatment remedy for Raynaud’s disease. The herb may dilate the small blood vessels in the hand, thereby enhancing circulation. Marijuana can also ease the pain and stiffness resulting from the condition.