medical marijuana

Medical marijuana is widely supported by scientific studies in nausea, pain, seizures, muscle spasms and many other conditions.

LARA Audits MMJ Doctors

By |November 5th, 2016|

Audit Says Doctor Sees 11,800 Patients a Year- Waiting Rooms Still Full
LARA has just released the results of an audit of medical marijuana certification doctors.  As always, they are making a big play that less that 25 doctors have seen some 56% of all certification patients in Michigan and one […]

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Pot ‘Butter’ Incident Results in Suicide

By |December 18th, 2014|

Although the state of Michigan does allow individuals to use marijuana for medical purposes, the laws can be confusing. In one case, a man committed suicide after a “witch hunt” that was related to the use of marijuana in an edible.

While it is important to recognize that the laws […]

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Medical Marijuana Laws May Cut Deaths from Drug Abuse

By |December 16th, 2014|

Drug abuse is a problem that can cause severe health concerns and even death when measures are not taken to help an individual recover from the situation. Unfortunately, individuals who are facing chronic and severe pain may abuse certain medications and drugs in an effort to reduce their discomfort.

The […]

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Medical Marijuana Could Reduce Drug Abuse

By |December 11th, 2014|

Could increased legal access to medical marijuana also help reduce the prescription drug epidemic? According to research findings published in JAMA Internal Medicine, the answer is “yes”. The study found that states with access to medical marijuana have 25 percent fewer prescription overdose deaths each year when compared with […]

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Veterans May Gain Easier Access to Medical Marijuana

By |December 4th, 2014|

Just under one-third of the veterans who served in Afghanistan and Iraq suffer from depression and/or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)(1). These findings from a 2012 report created by the Department of Veterans Affairs played an important role in the passing of the Veterans Equal Access Act on Thursday, November […]

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Legalizing Medical Marijuana Does Not Raise Teen Pot Use

By |September 9th, 2014|

One of the arguments against the legalizing of medical marijuana is the thought that doing so will increase recreational use of the drug. “What about the children?” is the mantra of many who are advocating for a prohibitionist stance on the drug, and it resonates with many. After all, […]

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6 Qualities You May not Have Known About Medical Marijuana

By |July 31st, 2014|

Medical marijuana, and even recreational marijuana, have been legalized and decriminalized in many states, and to the absolute shock of everyone, the world did not come to a violent, bloody end as a result.

All jokes aside, even if you’ve been campaigning for an end to the War on Drugs […]

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The Benefits of Using Medical Marijuana for Pain Management

By |May 19th, 2014|

One of the benefits of using medical marijuana for pain management is that it targets the same pain receptors as the body’s natural painkillers.
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Michigan Medical Marijuana Card for PSTD

By |March 19th, 2014|

Michigan has added the first new condition for medical marijuana since the Act went into effect in April 2009. After being passed by new conditions panel it was officially approved by LARA on 3-14-14.
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What are Compassion Clubs? Why Michigan Needs Them!

By |January 28th, 2014|

Here are a list of reasons why Michigan needs Compassion Clubs.
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