Stigma and stress over the possibility of losing custody, all because they medicate with a plant that is still illegal on a federal level.
The results of a recent study show that patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) who have a history of cannabis use spent less time in the hospital and had lower inpatient health care utilization and associated costs.
A new study lends more support to the notion that medical marijuana could help curtail opioid dependency.
Every year again! We have already written about the 420 phenomenon. But this time something special. Today April 20, 2020 is a normal day for many. But a holiday for others. What is this day about? 420 is not so much a time or place as it is a state of mind. A stoned state […]
Like many other states, Ohio has taken measures to continue making medical cannabis accessible for patients
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At some point, you may have heard someone say that weed can extend your life expectancy.
The secret of the healing properties of the plant has been revealed: a Canadian research team at the University of Guelph has now conducted a study.
Dr. Benjamin Caplan, a family physician, cannabis specialist and founder of the CED Foundation and Clinic in Boston, has helped thousands of patients over the age of 65 treat their arthritis with cannabinoid formulations.
Some women may find that they may require a little more cannabis to improve their symptoms prior to, during, and directly after menstruation.