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Cannabis VS Cancer

Maddy   
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Mar 22
Cancer is probably one of the main focuses when it comes to researching the effects of medical cannabis. One of the reasons for this is because cancer is a condition that affects millions of people in different ways – whether it’s the brain, blood or bladder. The other reason is because the plight of cancer patients is one of the biggest triggers for the legalization of medical marijuana and hemp, especially in the 70s and

Bipolar Disorder and Marijuana

Maddy   
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Mar 22
Bipolar disorder is often put together with “classic” depression . Understandably so, because a persistent low mood is often a major part of bipolar disorder, and it is not uncommon for bipolar disorder to be misdiagnosed with unipolar depression. These periods are known as “mania” or “hypomania” (a milder form of mania), hence the previous name of “manic depression” for bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder, however, differs in that periods of extremely elevated mood also present

Cannabis and Autoimmune Disorders

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Mar 22
Autoimmune diseases are diseases where the your immune system attacks your own body. Usually, the immune system recognizes the difference between foreign invaders (pathogens such as bacteria and viruses). Approximately 8% of Americans have an autoimmune disorder of some sort. When a person has an autoimmune condition, however, their body’s antibodies sees parts of their own body as foreign and starts attacking them. Examples include: Type 1 Diabetes, which damages the pancreas and its ability

Medical Marijuana for Autism

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Mar 22
Autism is thought to be a “neurodevelopmental spectrum disorder” characterized by impaired social interaction, verbal & nonverbal communication, and restricted & repetitive behavior. Sensory processing difficulties are also common, as autism affects information processing in the brain by altering how nerve cells and synapses connect and organize. Self-harm, ritualistic or compulsive behaviors, delayed speech, an inability to understand or connect to others’ emotions and extreme anxiety are some of the symptoms of autism, though this

Marijuana and ADHD

Maddy   
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Mar 22
ADHD, which was formerly known as ADD, is a neurodevelopmental mental disorder, characterized by problems paying attention, excessive fidgeting and difficulty controlling behavior. Symptoms usually appear before the age of 12 years old and last for at least 6 months, with significant problems at home, school and during recreational activities. ADHD is estimated to affect 51.1 million people globally. It is estimated that ADHD affectS about 5% – 7% of children and 2% – 5%

Asthma and Medical Marijuana

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Mar 22
Most people would think smoking cannabis and asthma are a big no-no. Of course, now that we have vaporizers, smoking cannabis is no longer the only option. There are edibles, too, although it is best to be careful with this method of ingestion and microdose as and when needed. Asthma attacks can be caused in several ways, including: allergic reactions; stress & anxiety; exercise; and inflammation. Cannabis may help in all of these regards …

Medical Marijuana for Arthritis

Maddy   
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Mar 22
Arthritis is an umbrella term describing any disorder that affects joints and bones. Symptoms include joint pain, stiffness, swelling, warmth & redness, a decreased range of motion and sometimes even affecting muscles and other organs. Osteoarthritis (degenerative bone disease) is the most common form of arthritis, and usually occurs with age or is a side-effect of certain medications (e.g. steroid-based ones). Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disorder mostly affecting the hands and/or feet. Gout, lupus,

Weed Anxiety Cure

Maddy   
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Mar 22
Anxiety is an umbrella term for a broad range of anxiety-related conditions, including generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), social anxiety disorder (SAD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and, until recently, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Anxiety disorders are one of the most common forms of mental illness in the United States, affecting 40 million adults in the US aged 18 and over, or around 18.1% of the population, every year. Anxiety is often comorbid with conditions such as depression