Brea Mosley

Brea Mosley is a contributing writer at The Fresh Toast.

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Study: Three Puffs Of Marijuana A Day Will Combat Chronic Pain

A clinical trial conducted by researchers in Canada reveals that three puffs of cannabis a day will keep the chronic pain away.

Consuming Medical Marijuana Is Proven To Help Migraine Sufferers

What do you do when prescription medication is not giving you the quick and effective migraine relief you desperately need?

How Marijuana Does More For Age-Related Osteoporosis Than Calcium

Osteoporosis is a condition in which bones become weak and brittle. It’s typically due to loss of tissue, which happens as we age and hormonal changes.

This Cannabidiol Milk Will Calm You Right TF Down

We’ve all been there: Rrestless, waiting for our sleeping aids to kick in, but ending up defeated.This cannabidiol milk will chill you right out.

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.