Simple Recipe Combats Pain, Nausea, Seizures, and More

Even though scientific research slowly evaluates the medicinal qualities of cannabis, the public is becoming increasingly aware of the miraculous qualities of this plant. Recent research has made the governments in North America decide to loosen restrictions on the medical use of marijuana, so it is now easier to find it. Cannabis undoubtedly treats many … Read more

Baby Boomers on Dope: Recreational marijuana use is on the rise among adults over 50

The legalization of recreational marijuana (cannabis) use in California, Nevada, Colorado, and Washington reflect the sweeping changes in the attitudes and perceptions towards marijuana use in the United States. Eight states have voted in favor of legal recreational marijuana and 28 states in total allow medicinal marijuana. There is a common misperception that widespread marijuana … Read more

Top 10 Brain and Hormone Effects of Marijuana

Cannabis- the science term for marijuana,  was listed as a medicinal plant until 1942.[1] Half of the United States population has tried it, about 4 percent smoke pot at least once per year, and 1 percent abuse it. Statistics show 1 in every 300 people are addicted, and among teenagers, this number climbs to 30 percent. There are approximately 200 … Read more

For The First Time Ever, The Federal Government Is Referring To Marijuana As Medicine

A profound shift in the federal government’s stance on cannabis was marked by subtle changes made this month to one webpage. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), part of the National Institutes of Health, now has a webpage titled Marijuana as Medicine. Prior to March 2017, it was titled Is Marijuana Medicine? Apparently, they … Read more

Cannabis Can Help Treat Cancer and Multiple Chronic Illnesses

The use of marijuana for medical purposes is now legal in 23 states. Two more states are considering legalization for medical use by 2016. On a federal level, however, the herb is still considered a Schedule 1 controlled substance (other Schedule 1 drugs include heroin, LSD, Ecstasy, methaqualone and peyote). It received this label in … Read more