In 2014, a ground-breaking pre-clinical study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease proved that small amounts of THC can help reduce (and in some cases, even reverse) the symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Another healing modality that most conventional sources dismiss is called Energy Medicine; one of the strongest modalities in this broad range of techniques is Emotional Freedom Technique, or EFT.
With all the ailments that cannabis can treat, it’s almost too good to be true.
The medical cannabis advocacy community is standing on the brink a new era, loaded with more unknowns than it has faced in literally decades. Which makes this moment, as much as any, an appropriate moment to examine laughably self-contradictory government pronouncements and actions related to medical use of marijuana.
Despite harsh laws enforced by the “War on Drugs,” drug abuse is still a major issue in the United States. Even more worrying is the number of accidental deaths caused by drug overdoses every year. In fact, in 2014, there were 47,055 accidental deaths from drug overdoses in the US, making it the highest cause of accidental death in the country.
Caught Off Guard: Can Medical Dispensary Workers Keep up with the Needs of the Medical Cannabis Community?
Those who run businesses in the ever-changing cannabis industry are being faced with a rapidly-growing market while at the same time trying to meet the increasing demands of those whose health may depend on cannabinoids…