Hot Peppers Could Be Treatment For This Cannabis-Induced Syndrome
It is described as causing episodes of nausea and vomiting as well as the curious symptom of a craving for long, hot showers for temporary relief.
Opioids Out, Marijuana In, Top Medical Research Journal Says
A leading medical journal suggests that cannabis can be a helpful tool to combat America's opioid addiction problem.
Spice, K2, Kronic: How To Spot A ‘Synthetic Marijuana’ Overdose
Synthetic marijuana, whether you call it Spice, K2, Kronic or some other snappy name, simply is not marijuana and could be very bad for you.
Let’s Talk About The “New” Syndrome In Which Weed Users Can’t Stop Puking
Cannabinoid hypermesis syndrome, according to researchers in Colorado, can trigger stomach pain and nausea in a small number of patients. For reasons that are still unclear, the symptoms can only be eased by hot baths or long hot showers.
Digest This: Medical Marijuana May Help Sufferers Of Gastritis
Add gastritis to the growing list of conditions medical marijuana may positively impact. Research is pointing to positive benefits.