New Study Has Indicated The Drug Could Be A Viable Form Of Treatment Marijuana For Depression: New Study Reveals Cannabis As Viable Treatment. Huffington Post reports that neuroscientists from the University of Buffalo’s Research Institute on Addictions found that “endocannabinoids — chemical compounds in the brain that activate the same receptors as THC, an active compound
Family History of Schizophrenia and Cannabis Use Good news for people who’ve worried that smoking too much marijuana (cannabis) — especially as a teenager — might lead to some dramatic problems in the future, even schizophrenia. Harvard: Marijuana Doesn’t Cause Schizophrenia New research from Harvard Medical School, in a comparison between families with a history
Schizophrenia is one of the most recognizable mental disorders in today’s society. While schizophrenia affects only 1% of the U.S. population, there seems to be a widespread fear among marijuana users of developing this condition. The root of this fear stems from the common yet controversial belief that using marijuana increases the risk of schizophrenia.
By Jahan Marcu | Published in Freedom is Green Jahan is currently the vice-chair the Medical and Scientific Advisory Board at Americans for Safe Access (ASA) New data suggests that our diet can effect our response to cannabinoids. The authors demonstrate that an Omega-3 deficient diet in rats leads to a less functional endocannabinoid system, specifically
Greenway Medical Marijuana Physician Evaluations advises patients about how to cope with the potential side effects of medicinal cannabis use. There are simple remedies advocated that will relieve the main common side effects of cannabis use. The “munchies” is one side effect that can negatively affect a patient’s health if not controlled. This is easily