medical marijuana


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medical marijuana

n.
Marijuana or a preparation of marijuana or its extracts used to treat a disease or relieve its symptoms.
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Patients will be able to purchase medical marijuana at these locations once it is available.
In federal court Friday, the suburban Chicago 11-year-old was granted access to medical marijuana treatments for ailments stemming from chemotherapy for leukemia, the (http://www.
Rodito Albano, principal author of House Bill 6517, said medical marijuana endorsements in the NBA provided one of the strongest reasons why the Philippines should legalize the use of medical cannabis.
If other countries wish to destroy themselves by enabling medical marijuana, then let them create their own problems.
In Hawaii and 28 other states, conflicting state and federal laws expose companies like HEMIC if they do business with medical marijuana dispensaries, the company said.
It is easy to find evidence supporting the tremendous potential that medical marijuana has, to help change people's lives for the better.
Keywords: blurred boundaries, cannabinoids, cannabis, medical marijuana, qualitative research, stigma
As we have indicated in the past we believe that allowing medical marijuana to be dispensed through pharmacy would increase access, safety, quality and security for the thousands of Canadians who use the drug as part of their medication therapy," the retailer said in a statement.
The amendment's passage signaled only the beginning of a likely protracted legislative battle over the finer points of medical marijuana in Florida:
One fairly recent summary of clinical trials (Journal of the American Medical Association, June 23-30, 2015) suggested there is only low-quality evidence supporting the efficacy of medical marijuana for chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
Twenty-five states and the District of Columbia have already legalized medical marijuana and more than a dozen other states have related pending legislation.
Despite medical marijuana legalization prevailing in nearly one-half of the 50 states, the U.
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