By Jillian Aramowicz | Published in Kansas State Collegian I sat on my couch for more than 30 minutes, trying to come up with a great introduction to segue into my actual argument for this column, but I really have no other way to start this than to just come out and say what I
Medical Marijuana Stiff Competition For Viagra By Ryan Grim | Published in Huffingtonpost The fast growing medical marijuana trade is on pace to eclipse the market for Viagra, the first sophisticated analysis of the industry found in a report out Wednesday. The study only focused on transactions, ignoring ancillary businesses that serve the industry, such
Großansicht des Bildes mit der Bildunterschrift: UK officials have been hesitant to prescribe the drug The cannabis-based prescription drug Sativex has received recommendation to be approved by six European countries. However, given poor reviews in the UK, other European national health services may not actually fund it. On Tuesday, a cannabis drug designed to
The medical cannabis community has a target on their backs, and the first shots fired in Colorado are aimed at one Denver-based doctor who supposedly gave recommendations to police offices (who I image get sick also and require medicine), as well as for a pregnant woman who was looking out for the best interest of her child and herself by avoiding opiate-based drugs other doctors would prescribe.
Globally accepted by the medical fraternity as an option to cure those who are suffering from certain chronic ailments, marijuana has become a necessity and for some people is the only effective treatment available.
However Medical Marijuana is available in your market for purchase, it is essential for a patient to have a Medical Marijuana card in order to purchase your medicine, if you are unable to grow your own (lack of knowledge, space, etc). Most states that have passed laws legalizing marijuana for medical use have some type of registration program and require patients and caregivers to obtain a medical marijuana card.
The Iowa Board of Pharmacy voted 6-0 to propose legislation that would reclassify cannabis making it easier to legalize the drug for medical purposes.
Under the proposed bill the board approved Wednesday, lawmakers would erase the Schedule I language and simply define marijuana as a Schedule II drug. The bill would also remove a clause in the Iowa Code saying marijuana is a Schedule II drug “when used for medicinal purposes pursuant to rules of the board of pharmacy examiners.”
Marla James Marla James discusses what it was like to be addicted to oxycontin and how medical marijuana helped her create a better quality of life. Transcription: My name is Marla James I am the president of Orange County ASA, Americans for Safe Access, and I am a medical marijuana patient. In the year 1999,
Sativex®, available as a prescription only medicine, was developed by GW in specific response to calls from people with MS for a prescription cannabis-based medicine. Today’s launch means that MS patients suffering the spasms and cramping associated with spasticity have access to a new treatment option which has been shown to improve their symptoms where current treatments have failed.
Sativex® is manufactured by GW under Home Office licence at an undisclosed location in the UK. The medicine is being marketed in the UK by GW’s UK licensee, Bayer Schering Pharma.