Medical Marijuana 101
Busting Myths about Cannabis Use
June 30, 2021
You may have heard the myths about how marijuana is dangerous, that it’s a ‘gateway drug,’ and many more myths. We’re here to bust those myths for you. Read to find out fact from fiction:
Is Cannabis Good for Headaches and Migraines?
June 29, 2021
According to a study done in 2019, published in the Journal of Pain, it was reported that cannabis could reduce migraine and headache severity by 50%, and although tolerance can increase, cannabis use does not exacerbate headaches or migraines over time.
Can Cannabis Sharpen Your Mind and Be Good for Brain Health?
June 28, 2021
According to researchers, yes, cannabis may actually be good for your brain later in life. These researchers at the University of Bonn and Hebrew University found that low, regular doses of THC may keep our brains from slowing down as we get older.
Can Medical Marijuana Be Used to Treat Psych Disorders?
June 27, 2021
Historic medical use of cannabis preparations, anecdotal reports and new research indicate that rather than a gateway drug, cannabis holds promise as an exit drug from other drug addictions. Like any drug, however, it should be used in the smallest effective dose.
Can Cannabis Treat Drug Addiction?
June 25, 2021
According to many studies and research, cannabis can be used medically to treat those with an opioid use disorder. However, those that are proponents for it, recommend cannabis be used in conjunction with other treatments, such as buprenorphine or other medication assisted treatment options.