Medical Marijuana Blog

November 23, 2016

How do you find out your government representative’s stance on Medical Marijuana?

Elections have just passed in the U.S., and now many citizens are struggling to find out how their new state representatives feel about the legalization of medical marijuana. Whether you voted for the winner or not, if you have an interest in Medical Marijuana, then finding out what your politician’s […]
November 20, 2016

How Medical Marijuana Can Increase Your Metabolism

There’s always the stereotype–someone high on pot, going throughout their house, gobbling up any food they can find. And yes, one of the side effects of medical marijuana can be hunger. But surprisingly, marijuana has actually been found to increase your metabolism despite this stereotype. How is that possible? Recently, […]
November 10, 2016

Election Aftermath: Who Passed Medical Marijuana?

What states passed new marijuana laws? Last week we did an overview of the states that would have medical marijuana or recreational marijuana on the ballot. This week, we’ve updated that list to bring attention to what states passed new laws, and what states didn’t. California: California already allows for […]
November 4, 2016

What States Will Have Medical Marijuana On the Ballot This Tuesday?

Election day is less than a week away, and a surprisingly large number of states are voting on marijuana legalization this year. This is our round-up of which states are voting, what type of legalization is on the bill, and a little bit of background on the likelihood of the […]
October 28, 2016

Stop Feeling Sick to Your Stomach: Medical Marijuana and Crohn’s Disease

Every few months, as more research on the beneficial effects of Medical Marijuana is released, we find new diseases and ailments that it can help treat. One we haven’t talked about so far is Crohn’s disease, and how studies of shown that Medical Marijuana can help dull or eliminate the […]
October 19, 2016

Medical Marijuana Decreases Painkiller Use in the U.S.

One of the more interesting effects that the legalization of marijuana has had is the decreased use of painkillers in states where legal pot is now an option. This is an interesting–if not unsurprising–trend, and there are plenty of pundits trying to debate what this means. In general, this seems […]