Cannabis dates as far back as 10’000 BC where in Ancient China, the plant was used for making clothes, rope and for medicinal purposes. While the plant suffered from stigma and controversy over the last few decades, the plant has started to make a bit of a comeback in recent years.
We’ve all experienced a moment in our lives where we can’t seem to drift off into a much desired sleep.
Medical cannabis is cannabis that is recommended by a medical expert for treating certain aliments, whether they are mental or physical. Lately medical cannabis has been a common practice, and this is due to scientific evidence.
The cannabis plant shows promising results in having medical and therapeutic effects such as reducing nausea and vomiting during chemotherapy, reducing pain, improving appetite for those suffering with HIV and more. However, evidence is limited and while all is said and done, it is important to note that more clinical studies are needed.
At cannabisMD we aim to produce a collection of articles relating to medical cannabis, and everything you need to know, for the medical conditions it has the potential to treat, updated information on scientific studies and evidence, side effects of cannabis, and the methods of consuming cannabis. It can be taken in forms such as tinctures, smoking, edibles, sprays, vaping etc.
In our library of articles, we also have a collection on articles based around strains of cannabis such as; sativa strains, indica strains, hybrids, THC or CBD dominant strains, plant science, terpenes and information all about the most important cannabinoids in the cannabis plant. To which this would include THC, CBD, THCA, CB, CBDV, THCV and CBG.
We have articles dedicated to producing information on the most popular strains and products of the medical cannabis industry. We supply product reviews and all the information you need to know about medical cannabis and its market.
cannabisMD is one of the largest online libraries containing articles on medical cannabis / medical marijuana and its therapeutics effects in treating aliments.