Stuart Tomc 2015-10-26 There is emerging science paving the way for the application of cannabinoids such as CBD (cannabidiol) in the world of orthopedic joint, tendon, bone, and connective tissue health. Musculoskeletal symptoms and orthopedic conditions are the second-most common reason for physician visits in the United States at a staggering annual cost of close
Daniel Keeton 2015-10-25 “Marijuana Study: Number of Americans toking up doubles in 10 years” is misleading, perhaps intentionally – Before I take you on a short journey a few caveats should be noted. I do not hold a PhD, I do call myself a scientist nor am I a statistician. However, I am very much
Policy and Legislation Cannabis Health 2015-10-21 This article by Christopher Ingraham, appears courtesy of the Independent In a strongly-worded new report out Tuesday, researchers at the Brookings Institution call on the federal government to eliminate roadblocks to Medical Marijuana research in the U.S. “The federal government is stifling Medical research in a rapidly transforming area of
Stuart Tomc 2015-10-16 Building on a previous article, Cannabidiol 101: A Peek into Cannabinoid Chemistry, the endocannabinoid system, or ECS, is a remarkably complex signaling network that has widespread effects within the body. In fact, many studies have been published examining the effects of various components of the ECS on appetite, metabolic health, blood sugar
Cannabis Health 2015-10-16 Medical Marijuana may be a popular term, but learn and understand why Medical Cannabis is preferable. This article originally appeared via Constance Pure Botanic Extracts. (Cannabis Health wholeheartedly endorses the dialogue.) We prefer to use the scientific name, cannabis, rather than the common name, Marijuana, because we are aligned with evidence-based Medical
Policy and Legislation Cannabis Health 2015-10-15 by Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director Super-majorities of voters believe that Medical cannabis should be legal, and most men additionally support legalizing Marijuana for all adults, according to the results of a Quinnipiac University Swing State poll. Pollsters gauged support for Marijuana law reform in Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.