The use of cannabis can be effective in treating a multitude of diseases. But is can also be an extremely effective health supplement that can potentially prevent various disorders.
This selection of articles highlights the use of cannabis in treating disorders such as intractable pediatric epilepsy, the side-effects of cancer chemotherapy. But it also shares articles about the value of hemp, the first cousin to cannabis, as a nutritional supplement.
By Pat Anson, Editor The Food and Drug Administration may have gotten more than it bargained for when it asked for public comments about the medical value and abuse potential of 17 different drugs. The agency wound up getting over 6,400 comments in the Federal Register, the vast majority Source: Strong Support for Cannabis Rx […]
Dr. Dustin Sulak, a licensed osteopathic physician, debunks the most common myths about cannabis, many of which have been perpetuated by industries that benefit from the prohibition of cannabis. Source: This Doctor Destroys Cannabis Myths Once And For All – Reset.me
Source: The Clinical Significance of Endocannabinoids in Endometriosis Pain Management
State-level medical marijuana laws, marijuana use and perceived availability of marijuana among the general U.S. population – Drug & Alcohol Dependence
Source: State-level medical marijuana laws, marijuana use and perceived availability of marijuana among the general U.S. population – Drug & Alcohol Dependence
What is microdosing and why is it better? Source: Microdosing marijuana: Doctors say it’s the best way to consume pot – Salon.com
Chronic pain sufferers say they were able to cut their intake of prescription opioids and other medicines. Source: Survey: Pot may reduce patients’ opioid use – Portland Press Herald