Evidence has been compiled across the globe, alongside a great number of success stories from patients published, suggesting cannabis and its constituents offer medicinal and therapeutic purpose to the sick and suffering.
Published by The Herald Sun
Summary: In July 2014 Carolyn Foord was diagnosed with breast cancer. She had a mastectomy and three rounds of chemotherapy before deciding to abandon conventional treatments for her cancer. This included radiation therapy and ten years taking the anti-cancer drug tamoxifen.
“I had three chemos which I think is the worst thing that […]
Originally Published by Huffington Post
Written by Catherine Jacobson Neuroscientist, director of clinical research at Tilray
Summary of News Article : Epilepsy and Cannabis Oil: In 2012, when other parents were trading stories about football training or swimming lessons, I was in my garage with a task at hand. I painstakingly measured amounts of a schedule one […]
Originally Published by The Canberra Times
(Published as part of a series looking at chronic pain and the medical cannabis debate.)
Laura Bryant suffers from chronic pain, yet has found a way to get her life back.
Now she lives in fear of having it taken from her.
MCCA Summary: There is a large group of potential beneficiaries for medical cannabis that […]
Cannabis can be added to your juicer along with your favourite fruits and vegetables.
For those unfamiliar with the juicing phenomenon, the process of making cannabis juice is surprisingly simple. All you need is a blender/juicer and some raw material.
Are there advantages to juicing raw cannabis?
1. Avoid the Psychoactive Effects
Heat is required to convert the THCA in […]
Do you suffer from insomnia or sleep apnea? Clinical studies reveal medical cannabis may help you sleep more soundly. Learn the 5 ways medical cannabis effects your sleep.
Research shows that cannabis is effective in controlling spasticity
A clinical crossover study published in May 2012, discovered that cannabis was a much better treatment as opposed to the placebo for reducing pain and spasticity associated with MS.
Researchers brought together a group of MS sufferers to partake in a trial. They were asked to consume either […]