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In a recent article in the New Yorker, former NFL superstar and longtime proponent of cannabis reform Ricky Williams advocates using cannabis for constipation and a number of other illnesses.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Tuesday, March 28th, 2018, that the New Jersey medical cannabis program will be expanded to include new qualifying conditions.
According to researchers, marijuana helps Crohn’s disease symptoms. Along with reduced symptoms, participants said their quality of life increased.
Shona Banda’s lawsuit against the state was dismissed. Her son was removed from her home in 2015 when school officials learned she used marijuana.
NFL tackle Seantrel Henderson is facing a suspension from the league for using Medical Marijuana to treat symptoms of Chron’s Disease.
Justine Meader used cannabis juice to help treat symptoms of Crohn’s disease. The cannabis treatment also eliminated side effects from other medications.
Minnesota Commissioner of Health Dr. Ed Ehlinger decides to add intractable pain as a qualifying condition for the Minnesota medical cannabis program.
Christina Barbuto used medical marijuana to treat Crohn’s disease with her employer Advantage Sales and Marketing. She was fired for failing a drug test.
Chron’s is an autoimmune disease characterized by sudden and severe abdominal cramping, diarrhea and fatigue. Can cannabis help treat this condition?