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Recent years have seen a sharp upswing in the frequency of use of medical marijuana. With several potential benefits to patients who use it, and few of the harsher side effects that can occur with opiates and many synthetic drugs, medical marijuana is being positioned as a gentler, more natural approach to achieving health and comfort. Inside of marijuana are chemicals, called cannabinoids, that are responsible for the various benefits which can help users. Curious about what these chemicals are like, and what they do? Here’s a look at some of the main cannabinoids. Tetrahydrocannabinol Has Recreational & Medicinal Uses.. READ MORE »
Medical marijuana is increasing in its importance in Canada, as it becomes a more and more common treatment option for people with a number of ailments and injuries. Though it’s often seen as a natural alternative to some of the synthetic compounds that are also commonly used in medicine, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t controls in place dictating how marijuana and marijuana-derived products should be packaged and sold. Labelling is a particularly important part of the process of creating and selling marijuana products, with producers expected to be very specific about how they present information about them. Want to.. READ MORE »
From relieving the pain of multiple sclerosis patients to helping control epileptic seizures, check out this blog to learn about some of the uses of marijuana for medical purposes.