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  • How to get a medical marijuana licence

    Originally posted on 9th October 2017, Updated on 25th January

    Having a medical licence enables the holder to buy medical marijuana from dispensaries (both real world and online) and/or grow their own medicinal cannabis.  Cards are issued at state level and hence only valid in that state.  The basic principles behind the application process are much the same, but the specifics will vary from location to location.

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  • How Medical Marijuana can help with PTSD

    Originally posted on 2nd August 2018, Updated on 25th January 2019

    Those who have survived traumatic events know just how devastating it can be. But some who manage to live through it quickly find that the memory of it doesn’t go away as soon as it’s over. These people often suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder also know as PTSD. This can make it difficult for people to go back to their normal lives and perform everyday functions. Such as going to work. Now however, new research has shown that those suffering from the condition have new hope in the form of medical marijuana.

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  • Marijuana is being used to treat opioid addiction

    Originally posted on 19th June 2017, Updated on 24th January 2019

    Over recent years, there have been an increasing number of challenges to many traditional views, which adopt an “all-or-nothing” approach to any situation.  The most recent of these has been posed by an LA rehabilitation clinic, which has been using marijuana to wean people off harder drugs.  Continue reading

  • Top 10 Strains for Sleep and Insomnia

    Originally posted on 5th July 2018, Updated on 24th January 2019

    It’s been said that as many as 10 to 30 percent of adults have suffered from insomnia from time to time. For some, it’s a chronic condition that keeps them feeling lethargic, unfocused, and irritable for the day that lies before them. Prescriptions or even over-the-counter sleeping pills are often used to treat the condition, but these can leave a person feeling as though they just can’t wake up for as many as 12 hours after they’ve taken the medication. Continue reading

  • How to Win a Pro-Marijuana Legalisation Argument in the Pub

    Originally posted on 15th February 2018, Updated on 24th January 2019

    We all know the party line - alcohol is good, it’s fun, a necessary part of western culture. It has launched countless relationships and even more unforgettable (and amnesia clouded) nights out. Weed, however, is bad. It’s a drug, illegal for good reason, and the first step on that slippery slope to being found in a crack house looking like someone from Trainspotting. Pro-marijuana legislation cannot happen. Continue reading

  • CBD For Pets: Should You Treat Your Pet with CBD?

    Orginally posted on 5th March, Updated on the 24th January 2019

    People have been using CBD for the many health benefits it has to offer for many years now. Science has proven that this cannabinoid can help with anxiety, pain, nausea, inflammation, and loss of appetite, to name just a few ailments that CBD has been found to help. But what about using CBD for pets?
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  • Weed vs. Alcohol

    Originally posted on 7th August 2017, Updated on 24th January 2019

    In the United States, cannabis remains a Schedule I drug, meaning that it cannot be sold, consumed or even tested. This is true even though many individual states are legalizing weed for both medicinal and recreational use. Even with these restrictions and legalizations however, alcohol still remains readily available to anyone who is over the age of 21. Continue reading

  • What is THCV and what are its benefits?

    Anyone that’s been around weed for any amount of time knows that there are two main cannabinoids regular smokers are after. Those are THC, the cannabinoid known for getting you high and giggly or sleepy, depending on the strain; and CBD, the cannabinoid that is used mostly for medicinal purposes. But  more people are starting to learn about a new cannabinoid - THCV. So what is this compound that may be able to contribute to your high? And what are the possible benefits of it?
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  • How cannabis can help manage Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Originally posted on 4th December 2017, Updated on 24th January 2019

    Medical marijuana has been in the mainstream media a lot lately, mostly due to the fact that it’s been proven to be helpful for so many conditions and illnesses. But when it comes to treating things such as rheumatoid arthritis, many still consider the use of cannabis to be new age medicine. In fact, that’s just not true. As far back as 2,000 B.C., - that’s four thousand years ago – people in China and other parts of the world were already widely using cannabis to treat many different conditions. Continue reading

  • Hope for Israel and Marijuana Legislation

    Israel may be one of the leading countries in the legalization of medicinal marijuana gaining respect from scientist Bill Nye, who says his own country, America, has a lot to learn from them. But even though the country is making great strides in cannabis, it still has a way to go before it can be considered a totally progressive country where medical marijuana can be openly traded and exported.
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