Month: January 2016

How Cannabis Is Great For Your Brain

For decades our government has led us to believe that cannabis “kills brains cells, stoners lose motivation, it makes you stupid, forgetful, lazy, and is a rape and murder inducing drug.” The truth behind these lies are finally coming to light. Thanks to many studies and advanced technology, we have found more and more evidence proving the opposite. Cannabis is…

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Cannabis Helps Lessen the side effects of Hepatitis C

The side effects for treating Hepatitis C are very severe. They are are so severe that many people are unable to complete their treatments. Side effects can range from fatigue, nausea, muscle pains, loss of appetite, and depression, they may also last months. Nonetheless, cannabis comes to the rescue once again. A study conducted in 2016 in the European Journal…

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How Cannabis Shrinks Brain Tumors

Newly published studies suggest that cannabis 2 key ingredients tetrohydrocannabinol and cannabidiol shrink brain tumors. This boom coincides with greater research into the ways in which cannabis acts on the brain’s cannabinoid receptors, alleviating pain, restoring appetite, and, now, shrinking tumors. Senior author of the new study, Dr. Wai Liu, of the University of London, says the one-two punch of…

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Benefits of Cannabis to treat MS

Medical cannabis treatments have proved highly effective at managing many of the symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS). Jody Corey-Bloom, MD, PhD, is a board-certified neurologist who specializes in dementia and neurodegenerative conditions. She studied 30 multiple sclerosis patients with painful contractions in their muscles. These patients didn’t respond to other treatments, but after smoking marijuana for a few days they…

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How Cannabis helps with Migraines

Recent research shows cannabis positive side effects for people suffering with migraines. Information published in the journal Pharmacotherapy showed that patients using cannabis had decreased migraines. Research conducted at the University of Colorado, Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences studied 121 adults with migraines between January 2010 and September 2014. They found that participants treated with cannabis had decreased…

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Stop Obesity with Cannabis

A recent study looked at cannabis more commonly known as marijuana use among more than 4,600 men and women participating in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey between 2005 and 2010. In responding to a questionnaire about their drug use, 48 percent of the participants acknowledged smoking cannabis at least once in their lives but not in the last…

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Statewide Bans on Marijuana Cultivation

How NORML Helped Create These California, Statewide Bans on Marijuana Cultivation (and Got a Disabled Patient to Pay for It!) and How NORML Is Now Boldly Lying, in January 2016, to Try to Protect Its Unconstitutional Efforts to Take Down Prop. 215

How NORML Helped Create These California, Statewide Bans on Marijuana Cultivation (and Got a Disabled Patient to Pay for It!) and How NORML Is Now Boldly Lying, in January 2016, to Try to Protect Its Unconstitutional Efforts to Take Down Prop. 215(and why you can’t trust the “City and County Ban Watch” FaceBook Page               As I have…

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CANCER AND CANNABIS

Imagine going to the doctor for your yearly check up. You take care of yourself, you have no visible symptoms that anything is going on in your body and you get hit with “ I’m sorry we have found cancer cells in your blood, but there are solutions like chemotherapy.” But what if you refuse man made medicine? Why should…

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