Cannabis-based medicines have incredible potential, and research is constantly showing us more areas where medical marijuana can make a difference. Now a new study out of Israel shows how the drug can be used to treat autism. Here's why this is so big...
No matter where you look, CBD is paving a path for a new era of human health and wellness, but there still seems to be a lot of confusion floating around about what this medical marvel really is. Today, we're going to walk you through everything you need to know about this burgeoning sector.
Epidolex may be the first FDA-approved, cannabis-based pharma product on the market. But over-the-counter, hemp-based CBD products will take a large bite out of that market as it continues to show similar effects as the price, prescription-based brand.
Doctors, researchers, veterans who use cannabis, and a prominent professional athlete talk to the National Institute for Cannabis Investors about PTSD and how much cannabis-based products can help in treating the disease.
Never before have more veterans struggled with PTSD. And the "traditional cocktail" treatment from the medical profession that revolves around opioids is leading to massive addition problems. What's worse: 22 veterans commit suicide daily. But researchers and veterans themselves are leading the way to advocate for cannabis as a safer, more effective way to treat PTSD.
More than $42 billion is spent annually on medical and psychiatric care. And with treatments like opioids increasingly out of favor, Americans - especially veterans suffering from PTSD - are looking for safe, reliable alternatives. And cannabis more than any other substance is ready to fill that void.
The first-ever legally approved cannabis-based drug became available to patients in the United States recently. It's a true game-changer. But it may find some stiff competition from products that aren't being reviewed by the FDA.