This has been an important week in the world of medical cannabis, starting with a possible breakthrough in the vaping illness epidemic.
We also covered an important new discovery coming from researchers in California, as well as a detailed look at how to get a medical cannabis card in the United States, and some unconventional uses for cannabinoid therapies. All that and more in this week’s Medical Cannabis Weekly Review and Newsletter.
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The growing number of acute lung illnesses related to vaping has health officials in multiple states warning the public to stay away from vape products. However, few researchers are starting believe that the problem might be linked to Vitamin E.
As of last week, there a ballpark figure of 500 people receiving care for vaping-related lung disease, as well as 6 deaths reported – the most recent coming from Kansas. This issue begs immediate attention as the numbers continue to rise.
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Because the cannabis industry is still in its infancy, very little regulatory oversight exists. With demand outpacing regulatory changes, that inevitably leads to problems – not only human error, but also issues that are more scientific in nature. Enter the latest dilemma facing the cannabis edibles market: chocolate.
In this day and age, everyone should have quick and convenient access to medical cannabis, but the starting battle can be knowing where to look. You may live somewhere with minimal options, or maybe you’re in a place like California where there are so many different choices it can make your head spin. Regardless, if you’re new to the world of medical cannabis, getting legal buds can seem like a monumental task.
Although it’s still a bit unconventional, it seems that cannabis has great potential as possible future therapy for those suffering from diseases of the bones. More research is needed on this topic to determine the full capacity of what cannabinoids can do for these patients, but for the time being, it can be used to relieve secondary symptoms caused by bone disorders.
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- Medical cannabis advocates disagree with rejection of autism, anxiety as qualifying conditions
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