The link between medical cannabis and lower levels of opioid overdose deaths — identified previously in several studies — is more complex than previously labelled and appears to be changing as both medical marijuana laws and the opioid crisis evolve. Authorizing medical cannabis was associated with lower levels of opioid deaths only in states that (Read More)
Anxiety and depression are concerns that affect countless people, and some of the would-be therapies include the use of cannabis. There are lots of people who prefer not to use antidepressant treatments and instead elect to get cured using plant based medicines. Many people are opting to use CBD to release stress and anxiety and current (Read More)
Originally from Maryland, Julia Miller is excited about her community. She is an Economics graduate. Currently, she is a ground breaker for African-American color women wishing to enter the medical cannabis market. Mary & Julia dispensary is her latest endeavor. She worked for a year as an analyst but decided to follow her dreams of (Read More)
Medical cannabis is officially legal in most states in the United States. Patients can now easily have access to marijuana to treat their drama. But every state has a different list of conditions that enable patients to use medical Mary Jane. Each to their own!
Until recently, the possibility of using cannabis to help people defeat opioid addiction wasn’t even considered. But due to research and other experiences, society’s view on this has changed radically. More and more people use cannabis as an exit drug and are open to this option.
Cannabis contains over 133 cannabinoids—chemical compounds that interact with our natural endocannabinoid system. CBD (cannabidiol) and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) are the two most well-known cannabinoids and this is where the similarities between them end. So let’s find out how they work their magic!
If you are 21+ and have an ID or passport and you want to find cannabis in a state where recreational cannabis is legal, go to a dispensary.
Obesity is a condition in which excess body fat has become so prevalent that it might have negative effects on health.
Cannabis has a lot of medical benefits, helping people suffering from insomnia to epilepsy, arthritis, glaucoma and many others.
As access to medicinal cannabis is increasing constantly on a global level, people use it more and more for several health issues.
Considering the rise of cannabis use and legalization, more and more mothers start to take into account using CBD and THC instead of traditional birthing medication.