Medical Cannabis and Its Impact on Human Health a Cannabis Documentary (Cancer,Aids,Crohn’s & more)

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Cannabis and Arthritis

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By Jeremy Kossen — 3/28/2016 SHARE FAVORITE It’s no secret: America’s baby boomers are aging, and one of the most common ailments in older populations is arthritis. According to the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC), 53 million Americans have arthritis, with women making up 60 percent of the arthritis diagnoses. But what exactly is arthritis, and… Continue reading Cannabis and Arthritis

The Science of Medical Marijuana: What’s the Latest?

The Science of Medical Marijuana: What’s the Latest? Written by R. Sam Barclay | Published on February 21, 2015 Scientists gathered at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science to talk shop on medical marijuana. To date, nearly half of the states in the U.S. have legalized medical marijuana. However, because the drug remains illegal at the federal level, the … Continue reading The Science of Medical Marijuana: What’s the Latest?

How to Customize Your Cannabis High with Temperature

By Bailey Rahn — 4/5/2016     Many cannabis consumers think that customizing their cannabis buzz is limited to the strainsthey have on their shelves, but temperature is an equally important factor. Think of temperature control as the key to unlocking whatever effects a strain can offer. A strain that’s high in CBD (non-psychoactive, relaxing, anti-epileptic), for example, must be heated to the compound’s boiling … Continue reading How to Customize Your Cannabis High with Temperature

On Saturday afternoon, at a few minutes past 2 p.m., I found myself carrying the world’s largest joint to the White House. Well, OK, it was only a symbolic joint — 51 feet long, inflatable, made of plastic sheeting, and emblazoned with the words “Obama, Deschedule Cannabis Now!” But it was large. And we were headed to the White House. I was joined by nearly … Continue reading