December

Marijuana Use in the Elderly: Implications and Considerations

As the support for medical cannabis grows across the world and more and more people start using marijuana, its consumption among the elderly people is also quickly increasing. According to a recent survey, cannabis use among elderly people in Canada is on a rapid rise after its legalization. In the US, people aged 65 and older consist of the fastest-growing…

A State-by-State Guide to Canadian Cannabis Laws

In Canada, therapeutic uses of cannabis had been legal since 2008. On 17th October 2018, the country became the second major nation to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes as well. After the passing of the Cannabis Act in the Canadian parliament, it is the provinces and territories of the union which are responsible for formulating specific regulations of cannabis consumption…

CBD vs. THC – which cannabinoid is better for you?

While marijuana has hundreds of natural compounds in it, it is the presence of two specific cannabinoids among them –THC and CBD –that makes it so valuable for medicinal purposes. All cannabis products contain different ratios of these two chemical compounds which interact differently with the cannabinoid receptors in the human body and produce different kinds of effects or highs.…

Medical Marijuana: Do I get Health Insurance Cover and Prescription for it?

Nowadays, medical marijuana is used to treat a variety of symptoms associated with a number of health conditions including pains, spasms, appetite loss, epilepsy, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease, Crohn’s Disease, wasting syndrome and others. As the public support for medical cannabis is rising every year and more and more patients are using it to alleviate their symptoms, a…

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