Here’s How Science Says The THC In Medical Marijuana Can Combat HIV
There is evidence that cannabis can do more than treat the symptoms of HIV; it might actually combat the disease itself. How do THC and HIV interact?
3 Stories You Need To Read About Medical Marijuana And Chronic Pain
Even with the marijuana legalization in most states, there’s still much ground that has to be explored medically, especially when it comes to chronic pain.
Science: How Medical Marijuana Treats Pediatric Epilepsy
About 300,000 children under the age of 15 have pediatric epilepsy — that’s more than 10 percent of the the total number of patients.
How Marijuana Can Interfere With And Disrupt Leukemia Cells
In certain cases, when using specific dosage patterns, six cannabinoids have the ability to destroy Leukemia cells.
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.
Can Marijuana Help Alcoholics Stop Drinking For Good?
Could cannabis be a helping hand to alcoholics? Alcohol is the most commonly used addictive drug in the United States and it looks like marijuana can help.
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.
Science Says Marijuana Can Protect The Brain From The Effects of HIV
Now, research shows that cannabis is not only effective in treating adverse side effects of HIV, but it has the power to protect the brain from HIV as well.