Doctors have only recently begun to publicly recognize the medical benefits of cannabis. From treating debilitating diseases in humans to easing pain in pets, there are countless applications for this remarkable plant.
But many people still don’t know what it really means to consume cannabis. Sure, you might be able to spot the difference between a joint and a bong, but there’s so much more to be aware of. . .
Once you understand the different ways to consume medical marijuana, it’s important to have a basis for how you manage your cannabis dosing.
Cannabis dosing depends on the person, condition being treated, and consumption method. The following is not medical advice and is meant only to provide general guidelines to approach medicating with cannabis.
Hint: Seek the opinion of your primary doctor or a cannabis specialist to learn if marijuana might be right for you.
April 20th is finally here. Wedged between the Cherry Blossom Festival and Arbor Day, 4/20 is the day that a growing number of Americans celebrate a different kind of plant – cannabis. Now that medicinal marijuana is legal in almost half of the country, more people are talking up its benefits. Every day, new people