Medical cannabis products have come a long way! The benefits of medical cannabis have just started to get the research and development that they deserve. Kevin uses a different assortment of medical marijuana products. Thanks to everyone at MUV, we have plenty of delivery methods to choose from depending on the issue. Whether it is
A real medical doctor, Jordan Wagner explains how medical marijuana is used to treat chronic pain, illnesses, and the endocannabinoid system. Is medical cannabis good for you? Is medical marijuana a miracle cure-all? Find out about the endocannabinoid system, CBD, THC, and why marijuana has the cannabinoids that binding to our own Receptor. All that
Registered patients are now allowed to go to the Decatur Street facility to speak with a pharmacist about treatment options.
From the 2018 Florida Medical All-Stars Expo – Presented by Michael Patterson CEO, NHA, OTR/L, CEAS – US Cannabis Pharmaceutical Research and Development LLC. – Medical Marijuana is one of the biggest changes to the Florida healthcare system in decades! Learn the basics of this new and evolving legal medicine and how you and your
“I could see endocannabinoids as being a really good conduit to relieving the opioid epidemic.” Nathan Fried, assistant professor of biology, discusses the potential of medical marijuana for replacing opioids as a pain treatment. Fried joined the Rutgers University–Camden faculty in the fall of 2018. He specializes in neuroscience and is currently studying the connections
Dr. Mark Edwin explains the role of cannabis use in health care at the 2019 Living with and Overcoming My Cancer symposium. This patient and caregiver symposium provides comprehensive, patient-friendly information on the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. This annual symposium provides a unique opportunity for supportive and beneficial dialog between patients, their family members
Dr. Daniel Kantor talks with Dr. David Brandes about using Medical Marijuana for treating symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis.
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For thousands of Oregonians, the path to a medical marijuana card starts at a clinic in Southeast Portland staffed by Dr. Thomas Orvald, an 80-year-old retired heart surgeon from Yakima. In the past year, Orvald has signed off on 4,180 cards. Read more at: http://www.oregonlive.com/health/index.ssf/2012/12/medical_marijuana_a_few_high-v.html
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ᐸpᐳIn the span of four months 7-year-old Enoch Smith has seen his brain activity double he’s having fewer seizures and demonstrating improvements in speech and behavior according to his parents. The difference? Cannabis.ᐸ/pᐳ
Get an insider’s look into one of Connecticut’s first medical marijuana dispensaries. Learn more about the operation of one of these facilities and the research behind the medicine, featuring UConn alumni Nick Tamborrino ’02 Pharm.D., ’11 MBA, owner of Bluepoint Wellness of Connecticut, and Marghie Giuliano ’75 (PHR), executive vice president of the Connecticut Pharmacists
Dr. Andrew Salner, Medical Director, Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute at Hartford Hospital, joined Channel 8 to discuss a recent update to the list of qualifying conditions under Connecticut’s Medical Marijuana Program, which now includes chronic pain associated with an underlying condition.
Part 3 of our opioid series supported by the NIHCM Foundation looks at the potential for marijuana to improve outcomes in opioid addiction therapy. Some studies have shown that prescribing marijuana can ease the path to shaking an opioid dependence. There’s some new research in this area, and we’ll go through some of the studies.
Sara Jane Ward, PhD and Brooke Worster, MD, FACP discuss the risks and benefits of using medical cannabis to manage symptoms and side effects. Hear where the research is leading us, and learn how to talk to your providers, what questions to ask, and where to get more information. This panel is moderated by Abigail
There’s been a lot of debate about medical marijuana over the years. Mike Bertaut takes a closer look at the discussion.
This is an informational overview video on the use of medical Cannabis/Marijuanas. Cannabis can be used to reduce symptoms and diseases. In this video I will explain to you what the differences between regular cannabis and medical cannabis are. In addition I will cover the medical evidence for the possible benefits of medical cannabis, but
PTSD is not on the list of approved illnesses that are able to obtain a medical marijuana prescription under state law. A panel of eight medical professionals was set up to determine whether the drug can effectively treat PTSD. Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE for daily videos: http://bit.ly/1ERsYqw **More info & videos below** For full episodes,
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Utah’s Medical Marijuana Law in limbo until fully implemented in March 2020 ST. GEORGE, Utah – 1/17/19 – The rules of Utah’s newly passed Medical Cannabis Act are still unclear to those who may be wanting to apply for a medical cannabis card. That’s because there is more than an entire year before the new
Dr. Cheryl Fee discusses the differences between cannabis sativa and cannabis indica. Visit our website http://docmj.com to learn more, and to book an appointment for Florida residents!
Dean Drosnes offers his perspective not only on marijuana, but regarding CBD (cannabidiol) oil, alternative pain management methods, and what this all means for treating chronic pain – especially when substance use disorder is a factor.
Medical marijuana has been legalized in a good number of states, including the District of Columbia and Guam. Researchers have shown many of its benefits, yet federal law still prohibits it as a medical treatment. Produced by Kevin Reilly. Original reporting by Kevin Loria. Read more: http://www.techinsider.io/ Tech Insider tells you all you need to
This video provides an overview of medical marijuana, its compounds and legality. It sheds light on the usage of cannabis in chronic pain and the literature regarding it. Furthermore, it looks at an alternative treatment, opioids, and compares the pros and cons of each. This video was made by McMaster Demystifying Medicine students: Victor Nguyen,
The Science of Medical Cannabis for Arthritis Jason J. McDougall, Ph.D Mark A. Ware, Ph.D Quebec Forum on Arthritis 2016 65% of Canadians taking medical cannabis are doing so to help ease the pain of arthritis. What does this mean for you? Join Dr. Jason McDougall (Dalhousie) and Dr. Mark Ware (McGill) to discuss the