Medical tourism isn’t a new concept. For quite some time people have been making journeys to other places to receive medical benefits unavailable to them in their home countries. It follows suit that cannabis, the new darling – and devil – of the medical world, would be the new fuel for the industry.
As it prepares to open the Richmond area’s first medical cannabis production facility this month, its operator now has its eye on opening several dispensaries, thanks to recently signed state legislation.
Boulder will soon be home to two dispensaries legally delivering medical marijuana.
When Sigrun Kalatschan visited her first dispensary, Mana Supply Co. in Edgewater, she noticed the unused drive-through window right away.
Patients have begun receiving medical cannabis through the post, as the coronavirus pandemic has left them unable to access the drug any other way.
A record-shattering number of Massachusetts residents obtained medical marijuana cards over the past month, a spike that followed Governor Charlie Baker’s decision to deem recreational cannabis stores “nonessential” and close them amid the coronavirus pandemic.
It is unlikely that smoking weed causes acne. However, some people who already have acne might find that it worsens or improves if they smoke marijuana.
The Greek Ministries of Development and Investments and Rural Development and Food tell MCN about the future of Greece’s medical cannabis industry.
As a whole new demographic of patients begin to embrace the potential health benefits of cannabis, scientific studies and trials are becoming ever more common. From chronic pain and chemotherapy-induced nausea to spasticity in Multiple Sclerosis, cannabis is now considered as a treatment option in an increasing number of jurisdictions. But, can medical cannabis help to treat Arthritis?
MEDICINAL CANNABIS is by no means a new phenomenon. After all, the cannabis plant has been incorporated into ancient medical treatments as a pain reliever for thousands of years.