Debbie Wilson was disabled 22 years ago when the 16-year-old driver of a pick-up truck knocked her down and backed over her at a Kentucky Fried Chicken. He was driving the wrong way, against the arrows, as he left the restaurant. The tail end of his truck clipped her jaw, knocking out her teeth and
American Medical Association Agrees Marijuana May Have Analgesic Benefits The American Medical Association (AMA) has reversed its long-held position that marijuana should remain as a DEA Schedule I substance having no medical value. Rescheduling of the drug could open the door to more and better scientific exploration of its benefits in helping persons with various
After battling with prescription pill addiction for Wanda and her husband, they turned to medical cannabis, and now are thriving in Colorado as entrepreneur’s teaching others how to prepare cannabis infused foods.
Evidence that pre-cannabidiol is a powerful plant antibiotic was obtained and more recent investigations have demonstrated, to various degrees, antibacterial activity for the nonpsychotropic cannabinoids cannabichromene (CBC), cannabigerol (CBG), cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabidiol (THC).