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22 Oct

Medical Marijuana Microdosing

Is Micro-Dosing For You? Micro-dosing isn’t new. Its the method of giving yourself the minimum amount of a substance needed to reach a desired effect. Marijuana doses vary person to person. You also have to factor in the natural variables that come with different strains and cannabinoid profiles. What does micro dosing mean to the patient? It

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21 Oct

Will Marijuana Topicals Fail A Drug Test?

What Are Marijuana Topicals? Marijuana topicals are cannabis-infused oils lotions or balms, that are absorbed through the skin. They work for soreness, inflammation and pain relief in specific areas. Topicals can include THC, CBD and other cannabinoids. Topicals in cream, balm or lotion form don’t cause a psychoactive response. The cannabinoids in the topical only

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09 May

Colorado Students May Soon Be Allowed to (Legally) Bring Marijuana onto School Grounds

Colorado continues to lead the way in marijuana laws, by legally allowing Colorado students with certain medical conditions and a valid recommendation to use medical marijuana on school grounds. House Bill 16-1373 was approved 35-0 by the Colorado Senate after successfully working its way through the Colorado House of Representatives and House committees. The bill

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05 Mar

Medical Cannabis Advocate Janne Reckert Discusses Benefits Of Microdosing Weed

Advocate Janne Reckert talks about the benefits of microdosing weed and the overall health benefits of cannabis From eating hemp seeds to medicating with CBD oil to absorbing airborne radiation with live plants, Janne Reckert is a big advocate of legalizing cannabis. Andrew BohanAndrew Bohan is a part time contributor to Medical Marijuana 411.

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29 Dec

Canadian Cannabis controversy: Should doctors prescribe it to kids?

The Canadian Pediatric Society released a statement on the therapeutic treatment of children with cannabis this week which reads, in part, “There is little evidence supporting the use of medical cannabis in children and most front-line doctors should not be prescribing the drug to young people.” But many parents across Canada say that cannabis has been a

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