Researchers Elizabeth Penner, Hannah Buettner and Dr. Murray A. Mittelman, MD studied 4,657 adult men and women from the National Health and Nutrition Examinations Survey (NHANES) between 2005 and 2010. Those who currently smoked marijuana exhibited lower levels of fasting insulin and lower levels of insulin resistance than those who never or occasionally smoked. Marijuana smokers also had smaller waist circumferences and higher HDL cholesterol levels than those who never or sometimes smoked marijuana.
Marijuana has the power to help treat a number of illnesses, alleviate pain and even stimulate appetite. People who are at risk of developing diabetes can use marijuana to stay slim and cut their risk, according to new information. It also reduces stress, which can help people with any illness.
No research has shown that marijuana cures diabetes. The research is still going on for curing diabetes. Many non-profit organisations are involved in research work for diabetes. One of the prominent one in www.type2diabetesresearch.org which provides financial assistance for research in type II diabetes. I hope one day they would find the cure and people would not have to lose their lives due to the disease.
Marijuana may disguise symptoms, but it does nothing to improve your health or help you get better. I have diabetes, and I as well as many other can tell you from personal experience that a healthy diet and exercise is all you need to be healthier and happier that the majority of the population, with diabetes, type 1 or type 2, or without it. Read about it here: http://www.diabetes-book.com and here: http://www.artandscienceoflowcarb.com. These books both promote a truly healthy lifestyle for everyone, not just diabetics. When you are truly healthy, you don't need marijuana to cover up your symptoms, because they're gone!
Marijuana is not a curing drug. It does not actually end illness. Rather, it has been shown to be an effective treatment for certain symptoms, such as pain and anxiety. In that regard, it may alleviate some of the symptoms of diabetes by lowering blood pressure and temporarily suppressing hunger, but it doesn't actually cure diabetes.