While great strides have been made to reduce children's exposure to second-hand cigarette smoke, those efforts may be undermined by increasing use of cannabis among parents with children living at home.
Cannabinoids including THC found to be effective antibiotics for C. diff, VRE, and a variety of additional pathogens linked to diarrhea and colitis.
80% of oncologists discuss medical marijuana with patients and nearly half recommend its clinical use but, less than 30% consider themselves knowledgeable enough to make such recommendations,
“We shared our pain-patch with leading pain doctors in the region and they were all excited”; Preliminary studies on pain-patch shows excellent results” said Bobban Subhadra, M.S., Ph.D, Chief Operating Officer of Apotheca.
The panel discussion covered the barriers to understanding how cannabis can be used to alleviate chronic pain and potentially ease the opioid crisis.
Tens of thousands of medical cannabis patients have tracked over 500,000 medical records on Strainprint's mobile patient journal, generating over 7 million data points on strain efficacy and patient use.
As the science behind cannabis extraction continues to mature producers have to select between an increasing range of techniques and technologies.
Combining cannabinoids with radiotherapy and smart biomaterials could enhance therapeutic efficacy during the treatment of pancreatic and lung cancers.
Study marks one of the first attempts by U.S. scientists to assess how cannabis with varying concentrations of THC and CBD affect medicinal cannabis users’ feelings of well-being when smoked outside of a laboratory.