Cannabis and physical exercise may go together better than you think, new research reveals.
According to data published in the journal titled Occupational Medicine, workers with a history of cannabis use over the past year are no more likely than non-users to experience an injury at work.
Study reveals that more seniors are using cannabis products for symptoms associated with aging and are reporting better quality of life.
A new study suggests that CBD improves memory and may have the potential to treat conditions such as Alzheimer’s, schizophrenia, and PTSD.
The 10,000 year history of marijuana use in the world.
“The treatment of chronic pain has relied heavily on opioids, despite their potential for addiction and overdose and the fact that they often don’t work well when used on a long-term basis,” said Helene Langevin, M.D., director of NCCIH. “There’s an urgent need for more effective and safer options.”
According to 2018 data collected by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), 128 people in the United States die each day from an opioid overdose.
Though marijuana has been around and in use for hundreds of years, research into the depth of the healing powers of this plant are only just now picking up speed.