Anxiety

Bad Childhood: Can Marijuana Help Me Cope With Traumatic Memories?

Marijuana has been shown to play a role in helping with traumatic memories from a Bad Childhood or whatever is haunting you.

This Cannabidiol Milk Will Calm You Right TF Down

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

Here’s The Science On Why Marijuana Makes You Sleepy

About 40 million Americans have some sort of sleep issues and marijuana can help, but first, let's explain exactly why does marijuana make you sleepy.

A Doctor’s Tips For Marijuana Dosing So You Don’t Get Too High

Marijuana dosing, what is the trick and how do I keep from getting too high? Here's a story that newcomers can understand.

Actual Pictures Of Your Brain On Marijuana Are Really Beautiful

In its October 2016 issue, the journal Cell published the first atomic-level images of the human brain and cannabinoid receptor 1 (more familiarly known as CB1), the neuroreceptor that responds to THC, one of the key active ingredients in marijuana.

Anxiety And Stress Scientifically Proven To Be Reduced By Cannabis

What if a scientific report was released that showed that marijuana helped to significantly reduce depression, anxiety and stress?

How Does Marijuana Affect Different Parts Of Your Brain?

In this article, we'll explore a few of the many ways the human brain is affected by using marijuana (cannabis).  

Which Is More Effective For Marijuana Patients, THC Or CBD?

Before comparing the medical merits of CBD and THC, let’s cover some basic points about the differences and similarities between these two substances.

This Study Demonstrates The Amazing Promise For CBD

This powerful cannabinoid has been in the spotlight ever since TV doctor Sanjay Gupta extolled its virtues in a 2013 news special on CNN.

Microdosing Marijuana For Depression: What To Expect

Depression — major depressive disorder in clinical-speak — affects 40 million adults every year. It is treatable, but only 40 percent of those affected will seek appropriate help.