Angus McBride
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Angus McBride

Angus McBride is a pseudonym used by the editor of MedicalCannabisReport.com. Angus also happens to be a Christian minister who has experienced a paradigm shift in regards to the safety and usefulness of marijuana. His ministry position does not allow him to reveal his true identity at this time, lest he lose credibility with some of his congregants, whose minds may presently be closed to varying degrees on the issue of cannabis, relative to their lack of knowledge on the subject.

MedicalCannabisReport.com is geared towards those who want to know more about marijuana’s proven usefulness as a medicine, but without engaging the “stoner” or “head shop” culture.

EditorialsLegalizationProhibition

By David Simpson, Texas State Representative, R-Longview As a Christian, I recognize the innate goodness of everything God made and humanity’s charge to be stewards of the same. In fact, it’s for this reason that I’m especially cautious when it comes to laws banning plants. I don’t believe that when

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Chronic PainTestimonies

Is it possible that medical cannabis might just be better for us than over-the-counter products for everyday aches and pains? And can we do it without getting high? Read on and find out. By Stacy Sawyer Almost all of us have taken an over the counter (OTC) painkiller. We most likely

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Editorials

Juicing cannabis? Juicing hemp leaves? What is the point of that? What many people do not know is that cannabis has more uses than just to get someone high. Cannabis comes with a large list of health benefits that some people may want with or without the psychoactive effects. Here

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Brain TumorsCancerCBDDiseaseEditorials

Cannabis contains a compound that may kill brain cancers that chemotherapy and radiation can’t touch, so why isn’t it being used today?  In recent years, we’ve focused heavily on educating our readers about the still relatively unknown role that cancer stem cells play in cancer, both in terms of conventional

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Studies

Medical Cannabis Patient Advocates Call on Federal Government To Remove Barriers That Undermine Domestic Cannabis Research MONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC — Researchers associated with McGill University and the University of British Columbia recently published results from a study showing that medical cannabis patients were no more likely to suffer serious adverse events

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CBDCrohn's DiseaseDiabetesDiseaseFibromyalgiaInsomniaMultiple SclerosisPTSDStudies

Among the cannabinoids in cannabis, the main psychoactive compound, THC, often outshines the one that provides a natural anti-anxiety, anti-epileptic and antipsychotic effect. Cannabidiol, or CBD, lacks the colorful high commonly associated with your traditional marijuana high and doesn’t have much of a noticeable effect when isolated. When combined with THC, the relaxing

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Editorials

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

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ADHDDisordersStudies

Please enable Javascript to watch this video With the mainstream attitude toward weed continuing to shift to a very positive (and quite lucrative) place, an apparent windfall of medical studies have unleashed their findings on the general public in the name of science. We already knew that weed may help

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CancerDiseaseTestimonies

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

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Interviews

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.

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