Category: Physician Stories

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Sep2015
Members of the Arizona Cannabis Nurses Association petitioned the Department of Health Services to add conditions to the list of what qualifies people to use the drug.  The previously voter-approved Arizona Medical Marijuana Act requires that the Department of Health Services consider these requests. If the members of the Arizona Cannabis ... Read More
September 15, 2015Chris Nazarenus
Five Minutes with Dr. Suzanne Sisley

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Sep2015
An In-depth Interview With Dr. Sisley, A Researcher At That Forefront Of Studying PTSD And Medical Marijuana Five Minutes with Dr. Suzanne Sisley - On the frontline of the battle to treat PTSD with medical marijuana is Dr. Suzanne Sisley, bravely waging a war against the existing and inhumane policies in ... Read More
September 8, 2015Meghan Ridley
THC may delay organ rejection in transplant patients

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Sep2015
Cannabinoid Receptors Play Important Role In Stopping Organ Rejection THC may delay organ rejection in transplant patients- A University of South Carolina School of Medicine study has displayed signs of Tetrahydrocannabinol’s (THC) capacity to delay the rejection of incompatible organs during transplant. "We are excited to demonstrate for the first time that cannabinoid receptors ... Read More
September 8, 2015Meghan Ridley

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Sep2015
A poll published with the participation of 1,446 doctors revealed that 76% percent of those polled approved of the use of medical marijuana for treatment.  The almost 1,500 poll participants were from 72 different countries and 56 different states and provinces in North America.  The results of the poll were ... Read More
September 6, 2015Daily Dose

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Aug2015
Study finds medical marijuana may reduce opiate-based narcotic deaths States that have legalized medical marijuana are seeing falling rates of deaths due to opiate-based narcotics States that have legalized medical marijuana and provide it through dispensaries to patients in need are seeing falling rates of deaths due to opiate-based narcotics, according to a ... Read More
August 6, 2015Chris Nazarenus
Medical Marijuana Being Used To Potentially Treat Lupus

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Jul2015
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] What Is Lupus? Medical Marijuana Being Used To Potentially Treat Lupus - A chronic autoimmune condition characterized by the body attacking its own tissues and organs.  This can include inflammation of the brain, kidney, joints and skin. Severe joint pain, fatigue and fever are commonly associated with this condition. Symptoms can ... Read More
July 31, 2015Daily Dose
Five Studies That Prove Cannabis Is Medicine

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Jul2015
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) An immune system disease that involves the deterioration of the protective covering of the nerves throughout the body, resulting in nerve cell damage and impaired communication between the brain and the body. Symptoms of multiple sclerosis include a wide variety of debilitating conditions including loss of vision, pain ... Read More
July 29, 2015Daily Dose
Marijuana Pain Management

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Jul2015
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Individuals needing assistance in the management of chronic pain have typically been suffering unwavering symptoms from weeks to years in duration. These can include severe bodily aches pain, sensory and psychological difficulty, and lead to a variety of issues from fatigue to an inability to participate in daily living activities. ... Read More
July 29, 2015Daily Dose
Ending The U.S. Government’s War On Medical Marijuana Research

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Jul2015
An In-Depth Look at Drug Scheduling and Why Marijuana Doesn't Belong In The Schedule I Drug Category Marijuana is currently a Schedule 1 Drug. Marijuana should be immediately rescheduled to Schedule 3. Marijuana is less harmful than heroin, cocaine, and crystal meth, with accepted medical uses in the United States, moderate ... Read More
July 29, 2015Chris Nazarenus