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Osteoporosis A condition characterized by weakness and brittleness of the bones. Osteoporosis means “porous bone.” If you look at healthy bone under a microscope, you will see that parts of it look like a honeycomb. If you have osteoporosis, the holes and spaces in the honeycomb are much bigger than they are in healthy bone.
Arthritis is a bone disease characterized by the inflammation of the joints. Symptoms include a wide range of pain, stiffness, swelling and decreased range of motion. Severe cases of arthritis impair the quality of life of the sufferer drastically, including bouts with significant fatigue and the development of physical deformities. Over 50 million Americans have
Working Towards Safe Access in Illinois Pain Patient Puts Face on Medical Marijuana Issue At one point, Joy Grainge was so convinced she was going to die, she packed up her two sons and took them to Portugal to tour castles. “I was 49 years old and sure I’d be dead within two years,” she said.
Administration of the cannabis compound cannabidiol (CBD) leads to enhanced bone fracture healing Cannabis Enhances Skeletal Healing – according to a study being published in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, and published online ahead of print by the National Institute of Health. “Cannabinoid ligands regulate bone mass, but skeletal effects of cannabis (marijuana
Medical Marijuana Patient Stories – Brian, William Britt and Victoria Zavala Medical Marijuana 411 had the opportunity to meet with medical cannabis patients, Brian, William Britt and Victoria Zavala back in 2010. This video is a re-edit to show that patient stories are timeless. Please watch and share. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa1A…
Are patients in medical cannabis states substituting pot for potentially lethal painkillers? It appears that way. According to data published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Internal Medicine, the enactment of statewide medicinal marijuana laws is associated with significantly lower state-level opioid overdose mortality rates. Investigators conducted a time-series analysis of medical cannabis laws and state-level
I am a 35 year old white female and I look like every other 35 year old female on the outside… By StetsonGrl | Published on A Stoner Chick’s Thoughts But what you cannot see is the pain I am in, the anxiety I feel, the sleeplessness that haunts me, or my stomach that makes
With a myriad of medical conditions and symptoms, Tonya Davis uses cannabis in edible form mostly, and finds relief from most of her ailments. With sever arthritis, thyroid issues, back and spinal chord injuries, and most recently, calcium deposit buildup, Ms. Davis’ use of medical cannabis helps her survive, and thrive! Medical Marijuana 411 caught