Dr. Mary Clifton
Dr. Mary Clifton is an Internal Medicine doctor in New York City, with 20 years of experience in both the hospital and private practice and is also a licensed by the New York State Department of Health to provide medical marijuana and is a recognized expert in CBD, Cannabis, and Medical Marijuana.She is a published researcher, national speaker on women’s health and osteoporosis, and author of four books, and two new soon-to-be-released books on CBD and Cannabis – what you need to know, how to use them and a COOKBOOK to support ease of use.
The Fresh Toast
Follow us for all the lastest entertainment and news with a side of cannabis
other Featured Stories
Raw marijuana doesn't have THC, but this doesn't mean that the the plant in it's natural state isn't healthy or worth trying out.
Researchers found those who heavily use cannabis before the age of 16 displayed more impulsive, reckless driving.
There’s no predicting how you’ll first react to the herb, so the best way to go is to start slow and know what you’re smoking or otherwise ingesting.
The NFL is remaining open to CBD, but remains firm there's not enough evidence and research to recommend it for players.
A new study finds that the robust positive effects of using marijuana during intimacy may serve to reinforce continued couple use.
Can patients with Parkinson’s disease benefit from CBD or medical cannabis? The research says yes!
Chronic or acute pain, stress, fatigue: CBD works in the body in all of these situations, because of the existing endocannabinoid system.
Interestingly, people who smoke cannabis regularly maintain stable body weights. Their BMIs are lower and they don’t have the age-related weight gain that we see in the rest of the population.