Hard as it is to believe, 2016 is quickly coming to a close. With a new year just a couple of weeks away, here is our count down for the TOP 7 suggestions on how YOU can use cannabis for health and healing in 2017!
At a Senate Drug Hearing in April 2016, you, Senator Jeff Sessions (R – AL), president-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for Attorney General, said “I believe the Department of Justice needs to be clearer” about marijuana legalization.
There is hope. Did you know that historically, the months of November, December and January are actually the months when the fewest people take their own lives? You probably didn’t, because it’s a persistent and age-old myth that gets recycled by journalists year after year without much fact-checking—sort of like myths surrounding the “dangers” of…
Cannabis for Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis: Can It Significantly Reduce Symptoms or Even Heal You?
This week is Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week, so it is a great time to focus on a healing modality that research has proven has a very positive effect on both of these related conditions. Of course, we are talking about the healing power of cannabis.
This November was Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, and thousands of patients, families, caregivers, and medical professionals throughout the country showed their support by walking, donating their time, sharing their stories, and more.
It’s officially “that time of year again”, and if yesterday’s Thanksgiving holiday hasn’t already frayed your last nerve, then the continued specter of frenzied shopping, travel, endless social obligations, and gathering around a table for the decades-old holiday traditions with family might just must be enough to put some of us over the edge.
While we are in no way condoning throwing in the towel on healthy habits and eating like there is no tomorrow this Thursday, we also understand that if there was ever a time of year when even the most disciplined amongst us are going to indulge, it’s going to be during the holidays.
The leaves are turning colors, the air is getting chilly, and pumpkin patches are thriving. These are all signs that Thanksgiving and the holiday season is just around the corner, meaning great food and even better company is in our near future. But the start of the holiday season also has another, less pleasant significance. The holidays often bring with them increased alcohol consumption and alcohol-related incidents.
Here is a fact that may surprise you: According to a ground-breaking 14-year study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, although there are some cancers that have a higher rate of long-term survivability in response to chemotherapy, the overall 5-year survival rate for cancer patients who utilize cytotoxic chemotherapy alone is only 2.1%. According…
Trauma Is Whatever Traumatizes You; Treatment is What Matters Now that most of the think-pieces have been written, the fits and starts of recounts have stopped, and the electoral college is all but sure to validate the split results of the most divisive, ugly, and contentious election in modern history, it is finally all but…