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08 Jun

Southern California Seniors Turn to Cannabis in Retirement Community

By Gillian Flaccus |  AP Joe Schwartz is a 90-year-old great-grandfather of three who enjoys a few puffs of pot each night before he crawls into bed in the Southern California retirement community he calls home. The World War II veteran and stroke sufferer smokes the drug to alleviate debilitating nausea and is one of

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07 Feb

Natural, Therapeutic, Herbal Treatment or Dangerous Pharmaceutical? You Decide.

By Vivian McPeak | Published in Seattle City Brights   Today, all over Washington State, thousands of medical marijuana patients will be consuming their marijuana  medicine. Most will be smoking their cannabis; others will be using a vaporizer or taking it in edibles or tinctures. They will go about their day just a little more

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20 Sep

Project CBD – Introducing Cannabidiol (CBD)

Project CBD is a not-for-profit, educational service dedicated to promoting and publicizing research into the unique medical properties of cannabidiol (CBD) and other components of the cannabis plant. As described in Summer 2010 O’Shaughnessy’s, CBD is a non-psychoactive compound that doesn’t make people feel “stoned.” The reduced psychoactivity of CBD-rich cannabis strains makes it an appealing treatment option for patients seeking anti-inflammatory, anti-pain, anti-anxiety and/or anti-spasm effects without disconcerting euphoria or lethargy.

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09 Jun

Not Just a High – Scientists Test Medicinal Marijuana Against MS, Inflammation and Cancer

Medical use of cannabis has taken on momentum of its own, surging ahead of scientists’ ability to measure the drug’s benefits. The pace has been a little too quick for some, who see medicinal joints as a punch line, a ruse to free up access to a recreational drug.

But while the medical marijuana movement has been generating political news, some researchers have been quietly moving in new directions — testing cannabis and its derivatives against a host of diseases. The scientific literature now brims with potential uses for cannabis that extend beyond its well-known abilities to fend off nausea and block pain in people with cancer and AIDS. Cannabis derivatives may combat multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s disease and other inflammatory conditions, the new research finds. Cannabis may even kill cancerous tumors.

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11 May

Charles Snyder III

My name is Charles Snyder the 3rd. I have a condition called Nail Patella syndrome. As soon I was able to comprehend the fact that I had small knee caps that would dislocate when my knee bent and didnt have thumbnails, I was able to, Id say was about 4 or 5 years old when I started to really realize like if you bump you knee and dont have a kneecap there, you have a lot of long term pain.

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