Medical Marijuana & Epilepsy

Epilepsy is characterized as a central nervous system disorder with uncontrollable twitching of the arms or legs and/or seizures. The Epilepsy Foundation has stated 1 – 26 Americans will develop epilepsy in their lifetime. Convention treatment is medications and sometimes surgery.

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Marijuana Compound THC May Offer Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease

The University of South Florida (USF Health) found extremely low levels of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol or most famously THC, may slow or halt progression of Alzheimer’s disease.

These low doses reduce the production of amyloid beta, found in a soluble form in most aging brains and prevent abnormal accumulation of this protein. Additionally, it also selectively enhanced mitochondrial function needed to help supply energy, transmit signals and maintain a healthy brain.

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“The Terrible Truth About Cannabis” Four Reasons Why You Might “Vote No” on Any Pro Medical Marijuana Legislation

Medical Marijuana (or also known as Cannabis) might not be for you. That’s okay, I understand. However, if you are considering “Voting Yes” to Pro Cannabis, here are a few things you might want to consider first.

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