Cannabis is a medicinal plant with dozens of peer-reviewed studies demonstrating its many uses. It is non-toxic, non-addictive, and often works when all other medicines fail. Cannabis may be ingested via pills, ointments, tinctures, edible foods, and via vaporization or smoking.
Patients suffering with HIV/AIDS, glaucoma, cancer and chemotherapy, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, and other illnesses find that cannabis relieves their symptoms—sometimes when nothing else will.
Cannabis’s medical applications include:
(Updated: Nov. 5, 2015) If you’ve been following recent Arkansas news, you may have noticed that Attorney General Leslie Rutledge recently rejected a new poorly-written ballot initiative aimed at legalizing recreational marijuana in the […]Continue Reading...
“Another reason why you should not worry about using marijuana is because it is not toxic. I remember when I had for the first time a patient with Crohn’s disease, even after surgery she […]Continue Reading...
The times they are a changing. A recent poll by Talk Business & Politics magazine showed that Arkansans strongly support physician-prescribed medical cannabis. Eighty-four percent of participants agreed to the following question: Q: Do you […]Continue Reading...
Kathy Reynolds • Arkansas cancer survivor
Sanjay Gupta, MD • Neurosurgeon & Chief Medical Correspondent, CNN
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Joycelyn Elders, MD • Former US Surgeon General