Top oncologists of Bengaluru want to see the current ban on cannabis lifted so they and others can conduct scientific research regarding the plant’s medicinal effectiveness in treating or possibly even curing those stricken with cancer. These same oncologists have vowed to lobby with the Centre with hopes of lifting
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is the most recent organization to call for needed reform of marijuana laws by recommending the decriminalization and reclassification of cannabis as a less-dangerous drug in need of further study. This professional membership organization of 62,000 primary care pediatricians, pediatric medical sub-specialists and pediatric
According to a recent report published in the National Institute of Health’s PubMed website, Cannabis is useful for the treatment of the pain associated with cancer. From the PubMed article: The overwhelming evidence that cannabis has medicinal value continues to mount. It’s time to demand that the federal government remove it
Meet Julie Falco, who suffers from Multiple Sclerosis. After using prescription medication unsuccessfully to treat her condition for years, she discovered that marijuana brownies gave her substantial relief from her suffering with no unwanted side effects. She got off her prescription medications and now relies solely on medical cannabis to treat
Who wants legalized medical marijuana? I do, you do … 85% of us do! But the laws need to accommodate our intent … and if the devil’s in the details, those details are making life hellish for patients. It doesn’t have to be that way … Just watch! Becca’s website: http://mjstraighttalk.com
RFL’s Senior Political Correspondent Andrew Whitman speaks to a woman who is calling for reform of medical marijuana on behalf of her daughter. The fact that she cannot get pure CBD oil due to federal scheduling is heartless and without justification.
A new Senate medical marijuana bill called the the Compassionate Access, Research Expansion, and Respect States Act was proposed Tuesday; it promises to change the way the federal government classifies and treats the use of medical marijuana. Three Senators, Cory Booker, Kirsten Gillibrand and Rand Paul introduced the bill. It