A new survey conducted in Texas reveals that 61% of the state's medical cannabis users turn to the herb as replacement for prescription drugs.
The further cannabis is legitimized through standardization and the spreading of information, the more likely positive treatment outcomes are.
Cannabis is a much desired alternative medicine that people are struggling to afford.
So you’ve figured out that you qualify to use your state’s medical marijuana program. Now, you just have to get a doctor to sign off on it to get the ball rolling. Right?
Prescribing a Schedule 1 drug would place a physician at risk of having his or her DEA registration revoked.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is gaining some momentum in the world of health and wellness, specifically in the treatment of anxiety and chronic pain.
The majority of medical marijuana patients do not consider their primary care physicians a good source of information regarding cannabis, according to a recent survey.
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