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How Medical Marijuana Treats Epilepsy

The application of marijuana in medicine has been received with a lot of controversies. Whereas there is a group of people who are in support of its use for its medicinal purposes, there are others who are vehemently against it. That is why it remains illegal in some states and some countries. However, the fact remains that marijuana has been ... Read More »

Guide to CBD

CBD is the non-psychoactive cannbinoid in cannabis. It is known for providing its many health benefits, despite being illegal in most countries around the world. What is CBD? Cannabidiol which is also known as CBD is a compound in the cannabis plant.  CBD is one of at least 85 cannabinoids identified in cannabis. It is the second most abundant compound in hemp, which represents up ... Read More »

Marijuana: A Cure for Cancer?

Can Marijuana really be a cure for cancer?  There are thousands of studies out there!  What do you think? Proof that Marijuana may cure cancer An Illegal Cancer Cure THC (marijuana) Helps Cure Cancer Says Harvard Study CANCER - BONE… Read More »

Cannabis for Alheimer’s Disease

STUDY: MARIJUANA SLOWS ALZHEIMER’S DECLINE New Spanish and Israeli research shows that a synthetic analogue of the active component of marijuana can reduce the inflammation and prevent the mental decline associated with Alzheimer’s disease. Although it was conducted on human brain tissue in the lab and in a rat model — but not in living humans — the research is ... Read More »

Cannabis for Attention Deficit Disorder, ADD and ADHD

Categorizing The Condition Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is a very broad category of conditions that share some symptoms but appear to result from different underlying causes. Most seem to involve, at least in part, imbalances in neural transmitter levels and functions. Some experts in the field expect that the broad category of ADD will be refined in the future, with ... Read More »

Cannabis for Asthma

Study The acute effects of smoked 2 per cent natural marijuana (7 mg per kg) and 15 mg of oral Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) on plethysmographically determined airway resistance (Raw) and specific airway conductance (SGaw) were compared with those of placebo in 10 subjects with stable bronchial asthma using a double-blind crossover technique. After smoked marijuana, SGaw increased immediately and remained significantly ... Read More »

Marijuana for Epilepsy

Some people with grand mal seizures say they can prevent their seizures entirely by smoking marijuana. Others, who suffer complex partial seizures, report that marijuana also curbs their symptoms and prevents loss of consciousness. Some patients find that marijuana works in conjunction with other drugs they are taking. Others find that marijuana works best for them when it is used ... Read More »

Medical Marijuana: The Future of Breast Cancer Therapy?

Breast cancer is a disastrous disease that affects the lives of patients and families in all parts of the world. Breast cancer remains the most common malignancy among Western women and accounts for 22.9% of all cancers in women across the globe. In 2008, breast cancer was reported as the cause of over 450,000 deaths worldwide. Cannabinoids and Cancer Although the ... Read More »

Health Benefits of CBD

CBD is the non-psychoactive cannbinoid in cannabis. It is known for providing its many health benefits, despite being illegal in most countries around the world. We are recently starting to take notice of the many medical and therapeutic benefits of the cannabis plant. Cannabis hasn’t been properly tested and researched in the UK, as opposed to places like America and ... Read More »

Medical Marijuana for Asperger’s Syndrome

Asperger’s Syndrome (AS) is considered a form of autism, rating high on the autistic spectrum. AS is exhibited in childhood and throughout life. Symptoms include social awkwardness, loud vocalizations, atypical speech, emotional detachment or over-attachment, anger management issues, and narrow interests that may become obsessive. Those with AS usually feel like they don’t “fit in” with society. They’re often smarter, more ... Read More »

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