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Woman Cures Stage 4 Lung Cancer w Coconut Oil and Cannabis Oil

What if you live in a nation where marijuana is illegal but is actually the cure to your cancer?  For this Australian woman, who lives in a country where medical marijuana is illegal, it took persistence to find a way to get and use cannabis for healing. Her daughter suggested looking into cannabis after her mother received the oncologist’s death sentence of …

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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 …

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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 …

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Why are patients resorting to utilize medical cannabidiol?

This nonpsychoactive component is considered to have a wide scope of potential medical applications. It has antipsychotic effects. The exact cause for these effects is not clear. But CBD seems to prevent the breakdown of a chemical in the brain that affects pain, mood, and mental function. Preventing the breakdown of this chemical and increasing its levels in the blood …

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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 …

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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 …

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Cannabis Kills All Known Germs..Dead..including MRSA superbug

 The increase in MRSA infection in UK hospitals is a growing concern for both doctors and patients alike, but according to an American based company an effective, cannabis-based disinfectant is available to fight the super-bug. MRSA (methicillin-r…

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Cannabis for Arthritis

Spray Study A study by GW Pharmaceuticals shows benefits in treatment of arthritis.  The study included 58 RA patients. They had no history of psychiatric disorders, substance misuse, epilepsy, or severe heart, kidney, or liver problems. First, patients rated their pain at rest, during movement, and first thing in the morning. They also rated their quality of sleep. Next, the …

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Marijuana: The Next Diabetes Drug?

Although marijuana has a reputation for increasing appetite (what stoners call “the munchies”) the new research, which was published in the American Journal of Medicine, is not the first to find that the drug has a two-faced relationship to weight. Three prior studies have shown that marijuana users are less likely to be obese, have a lower risk for diabetes …

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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 …

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