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New Practice Resource: Medical Cannabis Evidence Guide

New Practice Resource: Medical Cannabis Evidence Guide

New Practice Resource: Medical Cannabis Evidence Guide

OTTAWA, Feb. 15, 2018 /Weed Wire/ — As part of its ongoing efforts to provide Canadian pharmacists with practice tools and resources, CPhA has developed a new medical cannabis evidence guide.

Little Evidence Shows Cannabis Helps Chronic Pain or PTSD

Little Evidence Shows Cannabis Helps Chronic Pain or PTSD

Even though pain and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are among the most common reasons people use medical marijuana in the U.S., there isn’t much proof cannabis works for either one of these conditions, two research reviews suggest.

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Crime & Punishment: The Story of Marijuana and Militarized Police

The combat between sovereign authorities on the one hand and the people who pursue the drug trade on the other—inclusive of the marijuana trade—where it remains criminal, has become frighteningly militarized in recent decades.

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Michigan Supreme Court Revisits Medical Marijuana

For the ninth time in as little as seven years, the Michigan Supreme Court has passed down yet another ruling on medical marijuana in the state. In an interesting twist, the court issued one decision for two cases that shared similar circumstances; however, a definitive resolution was not reached.

10 Social Media Tips

10 Vital Nugs on Marijuana & Social Media

If you didn’t take a picture of yesterday’s lunch, you didn’t eat it. If you didn’t capture a shot of a cute puppy, did the puppy ever exist? Social media’s popularity with smartphone users has caused some people to look at every moment of their lives as a potential photo op. Why would a moment with marijuana be any different?

Epilepsy Study on Medical Marijuana

Epilepsy Study Examines Medical Marijuana

The American Academy of Neurology (AAN) disputes medical marijuana’s effectiveness in Medical News Today (MNT) on April 29, 2014. AAN did a comprehensive study regarding the beneficial use of marijuana based on all available evidence. While the study agreed that marijuana is a beneficial treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS), it concluded that there is not enough evidence to declare it beneficial medical treatment for epilepsy, Huntington’s disease, Tourette syndrome or cervical dystonia.


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