Marijuana health claims lure patients as science catches up

Marijuana health claims lure patients as science catches up

SEATTLE — Marijuana has been shown to help ease pain and a few other health problems, yet two-thirds of U.S. states have decided pot should be legal to treat many other conditions with little scientific backing.

At least 1.4 million Americans are using marijuana for their health, according to an Associated Press analysis of states that track medical marijuana patients.

The number of medical marijuana cardholders more than tripled in

X MAX Starry Versus POTV ONE – Two Great Values go Head-to-Head!

X MAX Starry Versus POTV ONE – Two Great Values go Head-to-Head!

The Planet of the Vapes ONE and X MAX Starry give you great vapor, a great value, and a tough choice to make. Both vaporizers are packed with unique features for their price point, but appeal to different needs. The Starry has a small footprint and is built more for the long haul, with its longer battery life and replaceable batteries. The ONE is just as pocket-friendly and durable, but

Groundbreaking Tikun Olam Research Study Confirms Cannabis Effectively Treats Fibromyalgia, Decreases Pharmaceutical & Opioid Use

Groundbreaking Tikun Olam Research Study Confirms Cannabis Effectively Treats Fibromyalgia, Decreases Pharmaceutical & Opioid Use

NEW YORK, June 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Patients suffering from fibromyalgia experience significant improvement in pain, sleep, and depression symptoms after treatment with Tikun Olam medical cannabis, a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine confirms.

The six-month study “Safety and Efficacy of Medical Cannabis in Fibromyalgia,” comprised 367 fibromyalgia patients, making it one of the largest of its kind. The study was conducted at

Firefly 2+ (Plus) Hands-On: A Connoisseur Vape gets Better and Cheaper

Firefly 2+ (Plus) Hands-On: A Connoisseur Vape gets Better and Cheaper

We’re only days away from the release of Firefly’s latest iteration, the Firefly 2+, and we’ve been kicking one around for a week and putting it to the test. The air flow is more open than its predecessor, and feels more relaxed at a medium pace. It will still frustrate anyone favoring fast inhales, but it doesn’t force you into a painfully slow draw anymore. Couple that with

CANNABIS INGREDIENT CBD COULD ONE DAY BECOME AN ANTIBIOTIC

CANNABIS INGREDIENT CBD COULD ONE DAY BECOME AN ANTIBIOTIC

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As scientists work to stem the tide of antibiotic resistance, the authors of a study believe an ingredient in cannabis could one day form the basis of a new drug.

Antibiotic, or antimicrobial, resistance is where bugs such as bacteria can survive drugs created to kill them, making infections difficult, or impossible, to treat.

Scientists in Australia found cannabidiol—the non-psychoactive