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Cannabis: Beneficial Yet Effective Treatment Method For Fibromyalgia

Not only is fibromyalgia a painful medical condition, it can have a negative impact on an individual’s well-being and daily life.

How To Get The Most Out Of Cannabis For Chronic Pain

When you live in chronic pain and use medicinal marijuana to combat it, often you need your medicine most of the day.

Marijuana’s Effect On Sore, Aching Muscles

The cannabinoids in marijuana not only assist in blocking nerve pain, but they limit the side effects of typical prescription drugs. 

7 Incredible Benefits Of THC

Though best known for its elevating properties, THC is medicinal at its core. Even in small doses, THC has been shown time and again to alleviate the symptoms of many common ailments.

Will I Need to Keep Using Medical Marijuana Forever?

Some medications are meant for short-term use, others are intended for long-term use, and some fall in the range between. So once you become a medical marijuana patient, how long should you expect to keep using cannabis?

Study: People Who Purchase Recreational Marijuana Desire Pain Relief And Sleep

Recent data published on the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs suggests that people are taking advantage of legal recreational marijuana in order to self-medicate.

CBD Oil Is Good For Even More Than You Thought

If you follow cannabis themed news whatsoever, you’re bound to have learned about a slew of conditions CBD oil is good for, including chronic pain and anxiety. But there are other uses that you may not have heard of yet.

Science: Medical Marijuana Is The Safer Option For Seniors

A scientific study conducted earlier this year in Israel shows that cannabis is a very safe option for aging patients, especially to treat chronic pain.

How Cannabis Can Relieve Symptoms Of Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is a priority for the Centers for Disease Control because annual cases can exceed 27,000, up almost three-fold since the mid 1990s.

How CBD Helps With Chronic Pain

Imagine the worst pain you have every experienced and then try to imagine having that pain day in and day out for months or worse, for years.