Marijuana is a genus of flowering herb believed to be indigenous to Central Asia, China, and the northwest Himalayas.
Marijuana is edible as a vegetable, smokable as an herb and its oil it a powerful medicinal salve as well.
There are 3 types:
Marijuana is rather new to many people in the United States. Therefore, there is a need for education when it comes to the types of marijuana strains because each strain produces different medicinal benefits.
There are two main strains of marijuana: Indica and Sativa. Furthermore, when the two strains are combined, you get a Hybrid strain.
Indica strains are relaxants and are effective at
This week the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Nevada objected to a breach of constitutional principality concerning the legalization of medical marijuana.
It’s been almost 13 years since the people of Nevada approved the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes. Yet the Catch-22 is, the current and unconstitutional law forces patients to grow their own medical marijuana. This means that Nevadans have to: find a grow room, find medical marijuana seeds, learn how to grow marijuana (Cannabis sativa), and then harvest the marijuana. And after those few months of intense labor, they will then have their medical marijuana that is ready for use.
Massachusetts recently passed a bill to implement a medical marijuana program, and now it looks like their neighbor has too. New Hampshire’s House Bill 573 will allow the chronically ill, terminally ill, or those with debilitating medical conditions to use marijuana to help relieve their condition.
The House voted an overwhelmingly 286-64 vote in support of establishing a New Hampshire medical marijuana program.
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan said she supports medical marijuana, although she has not mentioned what she would do with the current bill. Marc Goldberg, the Governor’s spokesperson, said “The governor believes any measure permitting the use of medically prescribed marijuana must ensure that the method of distribution is safe and tightly regulated and has concerns about the ability to properly regulate a home-grow option, but she will continue to listen to the concerns of advocates, law enforcement and legislators as the process moves forward.”
There are many ailments that medical marijuana has helped treat, prevent and even cure. However, because medical marijuana has natural anti-oxidant qualities it is primarily recognized as a powerful anti-inflammatory and usually recommended for patients who suffer from extreme pain. If you suffer from any of the following conditions, you could benefit from the use of medical marijuana:
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It seems Michigan legislators are still bipolar on whether to honor the people’s majority vote to legalize medical marijuana.
Michigan’s Supreme Court ruled to outlawdespite overwhelming voter support, which already passed their medical marijuana bill, last November. Meanwhile the Medical Marijuana Provisioning Center Regulation Act (MMPCRA) is being heroically supported by key majority players, insisting on the need to establishment medical marijuana dispensaries.
The Supreme Court of Michigan has made it clear it does not care about the people medical marijuana helps, such as those suffering from extreme pain and patients who are not able to eat.
Since December 2012 people who live in Washington state are allowed to possess marijuana for medical reasons, howeverare not allowed.
But the state of Washington will allow people to grow their own medical marijuana or participate in a collective garden. It’s also interesting to note that onlywith a liquor license will be able to sell medical marijuana.
On March 1, Massachusetts’ Cannabis Reform Coalition, the local branch of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), has officially published their 16 page membership booklet in a new tabloid format on newsprint.
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The new Massachusetts publication is similar to Arizona’s only medical marijuana magazine, Mary Jane’s Survival Guide, and AZmarijuana.com, Arizona’s online medical marijuana community and industry information provider.
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