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Exploring Medical Marijuana for Chronic Conditions

MMJ Recs

We will be exploring cannabis therapy for chronic conditions. There’s also neuropathic pain, which results from nerve damage, leading to conditions such as shingles or nerve compression. This is where exploring cannabis therapy for chronic conditions enters the picture as a promising alternative.

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MCAB recommends fourth condition, agrees more education needed

Illinois News Joint

MCAB members voted to recommend Uterine Fibroid and Painful Uterine Fibroid but did not recommend Generalized Anxiety as a qualifying debilitating condition. After back-and-forth discussion, board members first voted 7-0 to approve Uterine Fibroid as a qualifying debilitating condition. Subieta Benito abstained from the vote.

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Medical Cannabis Advisory Board recommends 2-of-3 new conditions

Illinois News Joint

focused discussions on whether or not to include four more new qualifying debilitating conditions for medical cannabis patients in Illinois: Ovarian Cyst, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Uterine Fibroid, and Generalized Anxiety. Nichols stated, “I’m having trouble seeing this as a debilitating condition.

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Pennsylvania Qualifying Conditions for Medical Marijuana

MMJ Recs

At the heart of it, it becomes about patients who have one (or many) of the qualifying conditions. Qualifying Conditions for Medical Marijuana in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Program provides legal access to medical cannabis for patients diagnosed with a range of qualifying conditions.

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Medical Cannabis Advisory Board votes to add two qualifying conditions

Illinois News Joint

MCAB board members took preliminary votes to include two qualifying debilitating conditions for medical cannabis patients in Illinois. After public comment, board members voted anonymously via private messages for two new conditions to be added, endometrioses and FOD (Female Organismic Disorder).

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CBD, THC & CBG for Skin Conditions

Project CBD

For decades, researchers have studied cannabinoids’ ability to treat clinical skin conditions like acne, ulcers, and dermatitis. 3 It’s even possible that cannabinoids taken internally, and not simply via a localized topical, may be able to help — especially if a condition is more widespread. 36,1 (2023): 18-23. doi:10.1097/01.ASW.0000891856.08360.61

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CBD, THC & CBG for Skin Conditions

Project CBD

Cannabinoid compounds show promise in treating skin diseases, both as topical applications and as systemic medication.