Medical Marijuana

Medical marijuana is now a proven remedy for a number of conditions. From chronic pain relief to effective treatment for glaucoma, PTSD, Crohn’s and many other health issues, medical marijuana is gaining wide popularity and acceptance throughout the U.S.

Medical Uses of Marijuana

Medical Marijuana is currently legalized in 29 states and Washington, DC. Although, it has not yet been legally recognized on the Federal. Through continued and numerous medical research, there is mounting evidence for marijuana’s medical benefits.

Marijuana has over 100 active components that are responsible for the wide range of effects the plants has on its users. In medical applications, doctors and users rely on CBD (which stands for cannabidiol) extract from the cannabis plant. While providing a wide range of medical benefits, CBD has almost none of the intoxicating properties that marijuana is so widely known for.

A component called THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the chemical in cannabis plants that causes the well-known marijuana “high”.

So, cannabis strains that a rich in CBD and have little to no THC are the ones that are being widely used for medical purposes.


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Which conditions are treated with medical marijuana

Patients and doctors report many benefits of CBD-based treatments. From relieving insomnia and anxiety to treating chronic pain and even potentially life-threatening conditions such as epilepsy.

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Help patients find a knowledgeable doctor in their area.  We are creating a network of doctors to diagnose relevant conditions and prescribe CBD-related treatments.

Talk To Your Doctor about Medical Marijuana

There are more and more physicians and specialty doctors who are looking into the benefits of medical marijuana.

If you suffer from a health condition that you think might be helped by the use of medical marijuana, talk to your doctor. If you have started using marijuana to relieve a health condition, talk to your doctor.

No matter how your doctor might personally feel about using marijuana for medical purposes, it is their responsibility to take your request seriously and to consider all pros and cons.

On our end, we are working on putting together a network of doctors knowledgeable and qualified to prescribe medical marijuana. 

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