Tag Archive: Health

May 10

Will the U.S. Legalize Marijuana Nationwide Before the Time Stephen Hawking Says We’re Doomed? – High Times

There are some lawmakers out there who believe the United States will legalize marijuana all across the nation within the next five-to-10 years. The only problem with this prediction is they have been spewing the same unsubstantiated blah-blah-blahs for the past two decades.It seems that handicapping the death of prohibition in our fair land is …

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Apr 25

Research Reveals: Marijuana May Be The Key To Reversing Alzheimer’s Disease – David Avocado Wolfe

Research is constantly being conducted on the medical uses of cannabis. More than 20 states have legalized the use of medical marijuana. Studies have found that it may play a key role in treating many health conditions, from glaucoma and anxiety to epileptic seizures and even cancer. In a new study, researchers found that marijuana …

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Apr 24

Congressman: Total Shift on Federal Marijuana Policy “In Five Years” – High Times

2022. Mark the date, set an alarm. By then, in five years’ time, U.S. federal marijuana policies will at last reflect the will of the American people—more than 90 percent of whom want safe and reliable access to medical cannabis, and (these days) are almost as likely to smoke weed as they are tobacco.U.S. Rep. …

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Feb 06

Treating Cancer With THC Oil Is The Key and Not CBD | 4 Stories Daily Update

Gotcha. Well, they say that people have changed due to inspiration or desperation and it feels like we’re at desperate times now for some of these medical researchers and people who are dying in-sick. Could you just tell our viewers a little bit what’s the difference who people that are neophytes and just beginning between …

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Jan 17

Exposed: The Full Story Behind Why Marijuana Is Illegal

The other day our team got together and discussed the censorship of medical marijuana knowledge. Despite the multitude of studies supporting the medicinal benefits of cannabis, not much is changing and the plant remains illegal.To help us understand why this news isn’t getting covered, let’s go over the history of the prohibition of cannabis. This …

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Dec 20

Medical Marijuana The Endocannaboid system how it works

Boy howdy, but haven’t we done a complete 180 on marijuana? Terms like potheads, dope fiends and Reefer Madness come to mind and are still being used to describe marijuana usage. It is still classified as a Substance I drug, alongside heroin, LSD, peyote and Ecstasy. Yeah. That makes a whole lot of sense. Not. …

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Nov 15

Federal court: Medical marijuana cardholders have no 2nd Amendment rights

A three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday held that refusing gun sales to otherwise law-abiding cannabis patients does not violate their Second Amendment rights.Since 2000, the state of Nevada has granted marijuana registration cards exempting those who hold them from state prosecution for marijuana-related crimes. In May 2011, S. …

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Feb 04

E-quitting : McGill Reporter

Although the holidays may seem like a distant memory, statistically speaking, most of us are still sticking with our New Year’s resolutions. (For now. Let’s not talk about how many of us last until July.) For many, that means quitting smoking — and they’re hoping that electronic cigarettes will help. According to the U.S. Centers …

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Dec 11

Propylene glycol in e cigarettes might keep us healthy, says researchers

According to the Centers for Disease Control, during 2000-2004, “An estimated 443,000 persons in the United States died prematurely each year from smoking or exposure to secondhand smoke. During 2001-2004, the average annual smoking-attributable health-care expenditures nationwide were approximately $96 billion. When combined with productivity losses of $97 billion, the total economic burden of smoking …

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Aug 17

Fears e-cigarettes lead children to smoke tobacco are unfounded, survey suggests – Health News – Health & Families – The Independent

Electronic cigarettes do not introduce children to traditional forms of tobacco, according to a survey of 11- to 18-year-olds which contradicts previous suggestions that the gadgets may lead young people to a far more dangerous form of smoking.Concerns that e-cigarettes, which are considered less risky than cigarettes because they result in tobacco vapour being inhaled …

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