CANNIBIS, WEED, THC FOR DIABETES?

 
I am not writing that this is accurate. However, it’s very interesting.
As a diabetic who’s just beginning to have Neuropathy in her legs, I read that cannibis can produce benefits for people with diabetes.
http://www.diabetesmine.com/2005/10/treating_diabet.html

http://www.letfreedomgrow.com/cmu/diabetes_5.htm states that cannabis can produce the following benefits for diabetics:

* stabilizing blood sugars (confirmed via “a large body of anecdotal evidence building among diabetes sufferers”)
* anti-inflammatory action that may help quell some of the arterial inflammation common in diabetes
* “neuroprotective” effects that help thwart inflammation of nerves and reduce the pain of Neuropathy by activating receptors in the body and brain it can also be used to make topical creams to relieve neuropathic pain and tingling in hands and feet
* “anti-spasmodic agents” help relieve muscle cramps and the pain of gastrointestinal (GI) disorders
* acts as a Vasodilator to help keep blood vessels open to improve circulation
* contributes to lower blood pressure over time, which is vital for diabetics
* substituting cannabis butter and oil in foods “benefits cardiac and arterial health in general”
* Cannabis helps diabetic “restless leg syndrome” (RLS), so the patient can sleep better: “It is recommended that patients use a vaporizer or smoked cannabis to aid in falling asleep.”
Where do I sign up for the clinical studies? 
This comment, posted by a reader at Diabetesmine, just killed me: 
i just want to say to my Islets of Langerhans to get off their fat little asses and do what they’re supposed to do or go home. I’ve had enough of their complacency. Useless little f*ckers.
I, myself, would love to make some cannibis butter.