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Using Medical Marijuana to Replace Painkillers

  • December 15, 2018

As medical marijuana becomes a more common practice across the country, doctors and scientists are noticing a significant trend: opioid use is decreasing in places where marijuana is legal. This is according to multiple research studies focused on the potential of medical marijuana to replace dangerous and addictive opioids.

One of the study’s authors explained, “If you’re interested in giving people options for pain management that don’t bring the particular risks that opiates do, states should contemplate [medical cannabis].”

Why Should Medical Marijuana Replace Painkillers?

Millions of Americans live in chronic and debilitating pain every single day. From migraines and joint discomfort to severe back pain, these 100 million adults are currently targeted by the pharmaceutical companies that produce Vicodin and Oxycontin. However, given that opioids contribute to tens of thousands of deaths each year and lead to addiction, medical marijuana offers a way to fight the epidemic and alleviate pain effectively.

Three Major Health Benefits of Medical Marijuana

  • November 15, 2018

In 2016, Florida became one of 29 states to legalize the use of marijuana, also known as cannabis, for medical purposes.

There’s no denying the research that clearly indicates the significant health benefits of cannabis for everything from nausea and PTSD to anxiety, depression, and chronic pain. As a Florida resident, you have the unique ability to utilize medical marijuana as the remedy for your health ailments, especially the following three.

Nausea From Chemotherapy

Chemotherapy is notorious for causing severe nausea in patients. Fortunately, medical marijuana is an excellent treatment option to alleviate that nausea. According to Dr. Donald Abrams, chief of hematology-oncology at San Francisco General Hospital, “A day doesn’t go by where I don’t see a cancer patient who has nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite… For many patients, [medical marijuana] is an opportunity to take control over their disease and symptom management when they can’t get the relief they need from the health care system.”

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  • July 23, 2018

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Benefits of Attending Seminars

  • May 21, 2018

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