Cannabis could be used to treat epilepsy Cannabis plants are being grown at a secret facility in the south of England in the hope of producing a new treatment for epilepsy. By Richard Gray | Published in The Telegraph Researchers at the University of Reading have discovered that three compounds found in ...
April 11, 2011Daily Dose
When Will Athletes Be Protected by Patient's Rights Too? As ESPN reports, Washington State's DeAngelo Casto has been suspended due to a small amount of marijuana that was found in his home. I don't know if he is a qualified patient, but I know the pains athletes endure after practice and games; ...
March 23, 2011Daily Dose
Some Proof that Marijuana is a Powerful Medicine By Aaron Rowe | Published in Wired.com Marijuana contains an amazing chemical, beta-caryophyllene, and scientists have thoroughly proven that it could be used to treat pain, inflammation, atherosclerosis, and osteoporosis. Jürg Gertsch, of ETH Zürich, and his collaborators from three other universities learned that the ...
March 7, 2011Daily Dose
Ken Unger says he didn’t want to be a “morphine addict.” He came up with an alternative: Grow marijuana in his home to use medicinally. Unfortunately, Missouri isn’t a progressive place willing to let people like, say, a Navy veteran such as Unger, use pot to manage his pain. Unger told KSHB ...
February 21, 2011Daily Dose
As a result of using cannabis therapeutically, my health has benefited immensely. Not only the opiate medications tend to keep me, during the winter months, kind of bed ridden. Really the reasons my life has improved are multifaceted. Some of the main areas are my health and diet has increased as ...
January 31, 2011Daily Dose
After battling with prescription pill addiction for Wanda and her husband, they turned to medical cannabis, and now are thriving in Colorado as entrepreneur's teaching others how to prepare cannabis infused foods.
January 24, 2011Daily Dose
Leonhart is strongly opposed by the drug reform and medical marijuana communities, which had urged senators to ask her tough questions about DEA raids on medical marijuana providers, her refusal to approve a Massachusetts researcher’s request for permission to grow his own marijuana, and other grounds. None of the senators actually ...
December 6, 2010Daily Dose
Every day, it becomes more difficult to deny the benefits of medical marijuana. Ask anyone who's used it for pain management relating to a life-altering illness –Cancer, AIDS, Glaucoma, Multiple Sclerosis, and Crohn's disease, among others – and they'll tell you how it's changed their lives. How smoking or ingesting a natural ...
December 2, 2010Daily Dose
VIDEO: A Medical Marijuana 411 (https://medicalmarijuana411.com) interview with Beverly, a medical marijuana patient in Southern California who suffers from chronic neck pain.
November 8, 2010Daily Dose