Brea Mosley

Brea Mosley is a contributing writer at The Fresh Toast.

Author’s recent posts:

How Medical Cannabis Can Diminish Tourette’s Motor And Vocal Tics

What’s one to do when their medications still can’t seem to reduce Tourette’s motor and vocal tics? Marijuana may be the answer.

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.

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?

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.

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.

Believe It Or Not, You Can Smoke Marijuana If You Have Asthma

Let's look at the effects of smoked cannabis on subjects with “clinically stable” asthma, specifically monitoring the behavior of the specific airways.

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.

Cervical Cancer And Marijuana: What You Need To Know

A new study suggests that cannabis may treat cervical cancer, and we show you what you need to know to keep your loved ones safe.

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.

Marijuana May Be The Hero Psoriasis Patients Need

Psoriasis, an autoimmune disease that causes itchy, red scale to appear on the skin, is no stranger to the three million people who suffer from it.