The Endocannabinoid System Helps Maintain Homeostasis

Justin Kander February 28, 2015 Medicinal cannabis is routinely recommended for a wide variety of conditions. For example, in California, patients can qualify for cannabis medicine if they have AIDS, anorexia, arthritis, cachexia, cancer, chronic pain, glaucoma, migraines, muscle spasms, seizures, nausea, or other chronic symptoms. This begs the question – how can cannabis be…

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Neurodegenerative Diseases and Medical Marijuana

Arielle Gerard November 11, 2014 What Are Neurodegenerative Diseases? Neurodegenerative diseases are those which result mainly from dysfunction of the centralnervous system (the CNS, made up of the brain and spinal cord) as a result of damage to neurons, the primary cells of this system that communicate with each other to send signals throughout the brain…

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That’s Takoma Wellness Center in South Africa’s IOL News.

Doctor specialises in medical marijuana April 9 2015 at 09:00am By Steve Hendrix Comment on this story Washington Post photo by Sarah L. Voisin The Washington PostBlue Dream Boutique marijuana is among the varieties dispensed at Takoma Wellness Center. It has a THC content of 19 percent and can help with pain, depression, headache, insomnia,…

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Israel develops revolutionary medical marijuana inhaler

A first-in-class pocket-sized metered-dose cannabis inhaler helps patients and doctors control, monitor and fine-tune dosages By Ruthie Blum Cannabis growing in Israel. Photo by Flash90. As medical marijuana debates heat up across the globe, a government-backed Israeli startup has developed the first device of its kind to administer cannabis as a pharmaceutical. Unlike the current…

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