The frequency and severity of injuries in the NFL makes using painkillers a necessity. Many players would rather use cannabis than dangerous opioids.
Category: Brain Trauma
October 11, 2019Lane Trachy
Many veterans believe cannabis to be a safer alternative to alcohol and addictive drugs, but many are not receiving medical advice related to cannabis.
June 12, 2019Lane Trachy
There is yet no known cure for TBI. Some scientific evidence that suggests a CBD brain injury treatment may relieve some of the side effects.
May 30, 2019Lane Trachy
Even with such high profit margins on ads, CBS will not be taking money from any businesses that hope to air cannabis commercials during the Super Bowl.
January 24, 2019Lane Trachy
My personal journey learning about the connection between healing traumaitc brain injury and cannabis started on March 27, 2017.
December 27, 2018Julie Henneberry Klug
Professional sports embracing cannabis is no longer a shocking idea. Leagues like BIG3 are making the use of cannabis for players a regular occurrence.
August 2, 2018Lane Trachy
A University of Colorado-Boulder study helps reveal that brain damage from cannabis consumption is far less destructive than damage from alcohol consumption.
March 6, 2018Lane Trachy
As seen in Super Bowl LIIl, concussions in the NFL are a major ongoing concern. Can cannabis concussion treatment help the NFL better protect their players?
February 6, 2018Lane Trachy
Typical opioid treatments for PTSD may exacerbate symptoms. The American Legion is now promoting marijuana PTSD research to determine its effectiveness.
November 7, 2017Lane Trachy