Brea Mosley

Brea Mosley is a contributing writer at The Fresh Toast.

Author’s recent posts:

How Marijuana Can Help With OCD’s Compulsive Behaviors

Trichotillomania is one of many compulsive behavior that involves pulling out of body hair and here's how marijuana can help.

What Happens If You Smoke Cannabis For A Year to Relieve Chronic Pain

Researchers in Canada say that smoking cannabis to relieve chronic pain is safe and effective. Here's what happens when you use it for a year.

Why Marijuana Is A Power Plant For People With Diabetes

A study published showed that frequent and active cannabis users were able to metabolize carbohydrates more efficiently helping their diabetes.

Here’s How Marijuana’s THC Has The Power To Fight Breast Cancer

While CBD is non-psychoactive, it’s more potent sister, THC, packs quite the punch that proves to be a revolutionary remedy for breast cancer patients.

Medical Marijuana And Liver Disease: What Science Says Is Possible

Liver disease occurs when the liver experiences a high amount of tissue scarring and cell death. Here's how medical marijuana can help.

Marijuana Can Treat Crohn’s Disease Symptoms Effectively

The researchers made sure to gather patients with an unmanageable case of Crohn's Disease to fully be able to study the effects of cannabis on the disease.

Here’s 10 Types Of Marijuana You Can Take To Make You Happy

Well, honestly, you can just stop right here because we’ve got you covered with these ten strains that will have you feeling happy as hell.

How Marijuana Can Disrupt Leukemia Cells

In certain cases, when using specific dosage patterns, six cannabinoids have the ability to destroy Leukemia cells.

Does Smoking Marijuana Decrease The Development Of Bladder Cancer?

Researches found that men who smoked cannabis had a decreased likelihood of developing bladder cancer over than those who didn’t smoke at all.

Here Is How Medical Marijuana Relieves Intraocular Pressure In Glaucoma Patients

We can stop making jokes about the elderly smoking cannabis to get high, when in fact, they might be really trying to relieve intraocular pressure.