Most adults with neurofibromatosis develop neurofibromas, which are benign tumors that are usually located on or just under the skin. These tumors may also grow along nerves near the spinal cord or along nerves elsewhere in the body. These tumors, which usually develop in adolescence or adulthood, are called malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors. People with neurofibromatosis also have an increased risk of developing other cancers, including brain tumors and cancer of blood forming tissue (leukemia). The treatment of neurofibromatosis is symptomatic. There is no specific treatment, and management includes genetic counseling and early detection of symptoms or complications. A maximization of quality of life improvement measures and supportive treatments are imperative. A mixture of THC & CBD is being used to address symptoms.