While the Republican party is mainly anti-legalization for marijuana, U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher openly spoke about his use of medical marijuana for arthritis pain.
If you’re Jewish, you may think that smoking medical marijuana may not align with your beliefs. But, kosher marijuana is a real thing, even the Rabbi agrees.
When it comes to helping those who have illness that causes things like aches, pains, and fatigue, traditional forms of marijuana may work just fine. But sometimes, soaps or tinctures are the only thing that can help those with skin conditions.
The AAA safety foundation recently released a report that found a strong correlation between states with legalized marijuana and an increase in fatal car accidents.
(image via cannabiscopywriter.com) Tech Insider recently highlighted the winners of a competition hosted by Surface Magazine to try to re-brand fictitious medical marijuana products with the purpose of showing ways that it can be done so that it will help to make it be taken more seriously. Part of this challenge [...]
According to this recent report by CBS News, many seniors have begun to explore medical marijuana as an alternative therapy for pain relief. This is surprising to many, as the seniors who are considering medical marijuana came of age during a time when marijuana was known only as an illegal [...]
Walgreens is one of the largest drugstore chains in the U.S., with pharmacies found on the site, and an informational blog addressing common health concerns such as nutrition, diabetes, fitness, and vaccines. Recently, they posted an article titled Clarifying Clinical Cannabis - and it caused quite a stir. Because the sale [...]
Flow Kana, a medical marijuana wholesaler based in San Francisco that helps medical marijuana growers sell directly to patients, has started a media campaign that showcases local marijuana farmers. This is to dispel fears that big corporations will begin to push their way into the state’s marijuana industry. One [...]
For years, military vets have been forbidden from asking their VA doctor about medical marijuana. With the passing of VEAA, this has changed.