Few things can have such a polarizing effect in modern times as that of cannabis. For some people, it’s a simple and fun way to relax, and for others, it’s the menace that threatens to bring our nation to its knees. However, the tide seems to slowly be turning, as
A new report published on PubMed.gov demonstrates that cannabinoids from the marijuana plant could provide a new choice of treatment for those suffering from one of today’s deadlier forms of liver cancer. HCC – also known as Hepatocellular Carcinoma – is one of the most common forms of liver cancer
In this fascinating video interview filmed while on a train ride from Germany to Holland, Dr. Jahan Marcu, PhD, and Naturopathic Doctor Michelle Sexton chat about how the endocannabinoid system functions and why it is so important in the treatment of disease.
Less than 12 months ago, Cristina was given eight weeks to live and had her children taken away from her as she was too ill to care for them. Despite being an NHS Nurse for 30yrs, Catherine knew that orthodox Chemo & Radio-therapy treatment could KILL Cristina … but she
Medical Marijuana 411 Newest Contributor, Valerie Brooks, gives us a first hand view of how cannabis changed her life. First off let’s cut to the chase, I hated even the idea of legal medical marijuana. I come from a long line of drug addicts and alcoholics. So I’ve never been
A group of Pennsylvania religious leaders announced their support for medical marijuana legislation Wednesday at a news conference in the state capitol. A diverse group of more than 60 clergy members in Pennsylvania have signed the following statement urging state lawmakers to adopt a comprehensive medical marijuana law this year:
As the case for drug prohibition has fallen apart, its defenders have had to come up with ever more imaginative ways to justify it. When it comes to cannabis, that now includes bending the laws of science to their will. The government created a bit of a problem for itself
Of all the controlled substances that the federal government regulates, cannabis is treated in unique ways that impede research. Specifically, the U.S. government has held back the medical community’s ability to conduct the type of research that the scientific community considers the experimental gold standard in guiding medical practice. Thus,