The former head doctor for the Chicago White Sox, Dr. Charles Bush-Joseph said on WGN radio that 80 percent of all prescriptions in the world written for opiates comes from the United States alone.
The advocacy group Medical Cannabis Alliance of Illinois is trying to get legislation passed that would permit patients to be prescribed marijuana for any condition that a doctor is prescribing opiates for.
The medical marijuana market is at the nascent stage of development and is expected to grow significantly during the forecast period owing to rising consumer demand.
While they slightly vary from state to state, some medical conditions and diseases are included in qualifying conditions for medical marijuana in all states.
Law enforcement agents seized both cash and marijuana plants in the raid. They also seized other marijuana products including concentrates and edibles.
An elderly woman suffering from Parkinson’s Disease who was prescribed medical marijuana by her physician was denied her medication by the staff of her nursing home.
The amount of deaths caused every year by opioid overdoses could be prevented with the use of medical cannabis. This is a topic that The
In the next several months, the industry is expecting to welcome two additional recreational cannabis markets, both of which have had operating medicinal cannabis programs
The Promise of Medical Marijuana for Opioid Addiction Opioid addiction is a real epidemic in our nation, with the numbers growing every year. We hear about
Connecticut officials have voted to expand the state’s medical cannabis program to include four more qualifying conditions. The Board of Physicians voted in favor of
Massachusetts health officials have put forth a proposal that, if accepted, would allow nurse practitioners to recommend medical cannabis to those with a qualifying condition
It’s widely known that cannabis aids in the treatment of many disabling conditions. One of the biggest breakthroughs has been in the treatment of seizures,
It’s a good day in New York for anyone suffering from chronic pain. The state’s medical marijuana laws just added the ailment to their list of