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It has been only a decade since medical marijuana was approved in cities like Mesa, Arizona, but innovation has really caught up fast in this industry. Marijuana consumers are no longer satisfied with just smoking joints or ripping bongs these days; th… Read more »

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Doctors can now prescribe cannabis to help manage many illnesses. With the proper accreditation and diagnosis, you can use medical marijuana to help deal with the effects of multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, and Alzheimer’s disease, among other debilitatin… Read more »

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Medical cannabis use is growing rapidly among seniors, according to a recent study by University of Colorado researchers. Respondents in the paper stated, marijuana provided more positive results than prescription opioids. But despite this uptick in us… Read more »

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Medical cannabis use is growing rapidly among seniors, according to a recent study by University of Colorado researchers. Respondents in the paper stated, marijuana provided more positive results than prescription opioids. But despite this uptick in us… Read more »

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The saying “third time’s the charm” seems to apply perfectly to the state of Arizona’s bid to legalize the medical use of cannabis. In 1996, an initiative that would permit doctors to prescribe medical cannabis passed ballot voting but was rejected by… Read more »

Cannabis buds and extracts

While smoking weed can give you a pretty potent high, people are always looking for the next level. Enter cannabis concentrates. These marijuana products are processed to extract the most compounds possible out of them. CBD oil is one of the most popul… Read more »

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Burnt cannabis seeds were seen in the tombs of Chinese and Siberian shamans that date back to 500 BC, according to the History channel’s feature on Marijuana. Experts in the article believed that the shamans used the plant’s psychoactive properties for… Read more »

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It’s been nine years since medical marijuana was legalized in cities like Mesa, Arizona, and patrons have continued to grow, as sales continue to grow in the state. Approximately 11,674 pounds of medical marijuana was sold in Arizona in March 2019, a s… Read more »

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Medical marijuana (MMJ), with its three active compounds (tetrahydrocannabinol or THC, cannabidiol or CBD, and cannabinol CBN), has been known to alleviate pain, address nausea, and help treat anxiety and other mental health issues. Even though 33 stat… Read more »

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According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, people have been using marijuana to manage a wide variety of health conditions for at least 3,000 years. Medical marijuana uses the marijuana plant and the chemicals within it –… Read more »

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In the U.S., both the recreational and medical use of cannabis is legal in ten states. An additional 13 more, including Arizona, allow marijuana use just for medicinal purposes. As the legal use of cannabis products grows, more people are becoming curi… Read more »

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Medical Marijuana (MMJ) laws differ from state to state. People in California and Nevada have an easier time getting the MMJ they need, according to a report by Americans For Safe Access. The paper measured medical marijuana accessibility through five… Read more »