Cannabis has been utilized predominantly for recreational purposes in western civilization since the 1850s. But should we integrate weed as a medical treatment in American healthcare too?
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From insomnia to epilepsy, cannabis has long been hailed as a sort of miracle plant, able to ease many of the ailments that afflict us. Because of this, talking about marijuana from a medicinal perspective is nothing new. What is perhaps relatively new is talking about cannabis concentrates within the medical cannabis realm.
Cannabis and humans get along like two peas in a pod. With all of our cannabinoid receptors that link up easily with cannabinoids, you might even say it’s a relationship that was always destined to be.
Cannabis and humans have a very long history together - nearly 6,000 years in fact! - and this relationship has taken many forms throughout the years. In Asia, thousands of years ago, it’s said that the people of the era used it for medicinal purposes.
The cannabis industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world, and is expected to continue growing as more states and countries legalize the use of this plant. One of the effects of this is that the more the industry grows, the more products will be available.