Harvard Professor’s Thoughts on Marijuana and Pain

CannaMD

Could medical marijuana be your best option for pain management? While marijuana isn’t strong enough for severe pain (for example, post-surgical pain or a broken bone), it is quite effective for the chronic pain that plagues millions of Americans, especially as they age.

Learn How Medical Marijuana can be Used to Treat IBS

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According to the irritablebowelsyndrome.net website, IBS is defined as “abdominal discomfort or pain associated with changes in bowel habits that occur at least three days per month during the previous three months.” Patients who suffer from this condition also face other symptoms that are painful, inconvenient -to say the least, -and lower their quality of life. A second option available for treating pain is the Sativa-dominant hybrid Harlequin.

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Trulieve Gainesville Green (Ggr)

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Trulieve’s Sunshine Cannabis Gainesville Green (Yes, that Gainesville Green) is a sativa-dominant hybrid reminiscent of the “piney legend” with a pure retro pine flavor. As a medical marijuana patient living with chronic nerve pain and disc deterioration, pain management is an on-going challenge. A side effect of chronic pain is fatigue, headaches or migraines, depression and more. *This strain profile includes editorial commentary from the writer.

Your guide to hemp, cannabis, and all things CBD.

StrainConnect

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Medical Marijuana vs. Recreational Marijuana

The Joint Blog

Recreational marijuana, on the other hand, doesn’t need a qualifying condition for purchase. Indica Vs Sativa : Indica and the sativa are the two major types of cannabis plant containing different levels of THC and CBD. By Kathy T. Cooley.