Brain Injury

Marijuana’s THC-A As An Anti-Inflammatory And Neuro-Protectant

Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THC-A) is another cannabinoid (cannabis derived medication) that has yet to get the attention it truly deserves. THC-A presents an option that is similar to CBD but better!

Marijuana’s CBD Can Help Sufferers Of Lennox–Gastaut Syndrome

A recently published article in the New England Journal of Medicine explored the potential for CBD combined with current medicine therapies to help patients with  Lennox–Gastaut syndrome, a severe form of epilepsy characterized in part by frequent drop seizures.

Effects Of Cannabis On The Teen Brain Lasts This Long

The underpinnings that supported the logic for federal prohibition on cannabis seem to crumble a bit more each day.

No Brainer: How Cannabis Helps Treat Head Injuries

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the leading causes of death worldwide in individuals...

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).  

Study: Can Marijuana Help Regrow Human Brain Cells?

It's been a popular claim with marijuana proponents that cannabis can help regrow brain cells, and it can...in animals. But what about humans?

This Cannabis Compound Has Been Shown To Successfully Treat Brain Injury

Research suggests that rats and mice subjected to traumatic brain injury (TBI) showed significantly better recovery when treated with cannabinoid compounds.

Can Cannabis Help NFL Athletes At Risk Of Developing Deadly Brain Disease?

NFL athletes are not the only players whose sport exposes them to potentially life-altering head trauma, but they have been getting a lion’s share of the media attention.

For This South Carolina Grandmother, Cannabis Is Worth The Risk

Carrie King is a grandmother and cannabis user. It’s the best medicine she has had, but it’s been a long trip getting to this point.

Marijuana Makes Your Brain More Plasticy And That’s A Good Thing

Plastic is not usually a word people would associate with their brains, but they should.