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The Role of Cannabis in Arthritis

One of the important moments championing the medical use of marijuana for arthritis pain relief came in 2004. Dr. Mary-Ann Fitzcharles took to the stage at an annual arthritis conference to talk about the benefits of using medical marijuana. Her speech contained some interesting and far-reaching conclusions. Her talk at the 2014 European League Against […]

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The Role of Cannabis in Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is also called chronic pain syndrome. Patients who suffer from this affliction often report debilitating painful episodes. This disease causes people to hurt all over their bodies. Some doctors think it has everything to do with a malfunction in your brain and how it handles pain signals. Doctors have various theories about how fibromyalgia […]

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The Role of Cannabis in Seizure Disorders

When you’re looking at the role of cannabis in treating seizure disorders, you’ll see a medical definition of the issue that’s quite cold and to the point. On the other side of that coin is the helplessness felt by people suffering seizures and the caregivers watching them suffer. This is especially true for children suffering […]

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The Role of Cannabis in the Opioid crises

Recent scientific publications tell the whole story: “Medical marijuana is a popular way to manage chronic pain,” reads one title in a noted journal. There are some real steps being taken towards replacing opioid-based painkillers and street drugs with marijuana. Here’s a rundown of the role of cannabis in the opioid crisis. Cannabis has been […]

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The Role of Cannabis in Treating the Side-Effects of Chemotherapy

More and more evidence points towards using the compounds in medical marijuana to alleviate pain. There is a growing movement supporting the role of cannabis in treating the side effects of chemotherapy. The Canadian Cancer Society has weighed in and listed some of the positives of using cannabis in this way. Cannabinoids can help people […]

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