Cannabis and Health

Opioids, Overdoses and Medical Marijuana

Opioids, Overdoses and Medical Marijuana In the past two decades, the number of drug prescriptions has increased by 85 percent. According to a nationally representative Consumer Reports, more than half of us are regularly taking prescription medications. With that increase and reliance on FDA approved drugs also comes an increase in dangerous addictions and cases …

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Why Cannabis is Safer Than Alcohol

Why Cannabis is Safer Than Alcohol There have been crusades against cannabis, also known as marijuana, for decades. Neighborhood moms in their minivans have been joined by congressmen in hopes of “keeping children safe,” but science suggests that cannabis isn’t any less safe than another substance society has legalized for adults over the age of …

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The Health Benefits of Using Cannabis for Diabetes

The Health Benefits of Using Cannabis for Diabetes With the increasing legalization in the U.S. of marijuana, or cannabis, as both a medical and recreational drug, more people are coming to realize the benefits it holds, especially for those with certain ailments. Diabetes, in particular, affects untold millions of people around the world, with approximately …

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Holiday Stress & Cannabis

The holiday season is notorious for being a stressful time. High expectations of numerous holiday gatherings, family visits, gift giving, and travel can lead to 62% of people considering the holidays stressful, as stated by Healthline. Don’t let the hustle and bustle of the holidays burn you down. Cannabis, alongside a healthy lifestyle, can be …

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Cannabis vs Traditional Depression Medication

Cannabis vs Traditional Depression Medication According to the American Psychology Association, the number of Americans treated with antidepressants has increased by 64% from 1999 to 2014. That means there are millions of Americans fighting depression and the side-effects of the medications that are supposed to alleviate depression.  We are essentially trading one struggle for another. …

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