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Medical Marijuana Articles 2020
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Medical Marijuana has shown positive results for:

  • Relieving the Horrible Pain and Misery of Chemotherapy
  • Treating Glaucoma and Helps Prevent Blindness
  • Relieving the Painful Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis
  • Helping Control Epileptic Seizures and Parkinson's Disease
  • Relieving the Pain and Inflammation of Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Slowing Alzheimer's Disease and Reducing Dementia
  • And Other Less Well Known Medical Problems

But the scientific support for these benefits is not as unequivocal
as medical marijuana advocates would like. Read the articles below.


2-7-20 Lite "em if you got 'em
A Tennessee marijuana enthusiast lit up a joint in the middle of a packed courtroom, took a deep drag, and then began pontificating about the importance of legalizing weed. Spencer Alan Boston, 20, was in Wilson County criminal court on a simple drug charge when he approached the bench and calmly lit up. A court officer handcuffed him almost immediately and led him away through what was later described as a small cloud of smoke. “We deserve better,” Boston told onlookers. “One of the craziest things I’ve seen,” said Sheriff Robert Bryan.

2-7-20 Meet the cannabis chef leading a culinary revolution
The legal cannabis market in the US is booming and edibles - food that contains cannabis - are becoming increasingly popular. The country's first cannabis cafe recently opened in Los Angeles, although cannabis-infused food cannot currently be made on site. Andrea Drummer is the co-founder and one of the nation's leading cannabis chefs. But she started out life as an anti-drugs counsellor.

1-31-20 What Percentage of Americans Smoke Marijuana?
In a July 2019 Gallup poll, 12% of U.S. adults said they smoke marijuana, a percentage that is essentially unchanged since 2015. The July 2019 Gallup survey found that the likelihood to smoke marijuana varies significantly by gender, age, and political ideology.

  • Men (15%) are more likely to smoke marijuana than women (9%)
  • At 22%, 18- to 29-year-olds are the most likely age group to smoke marijuana -- about twice as likely as those between the ages of 30 and 64, and seven times as likely as adults older than 65.
  • Liberals (24%) are six times more likely to smoke marijuana than conservatives (4%), and twice as likely as moderates (12%).

With doctor's advice and under prescription control legalizing
Medical Marijuana seems like a good idea, but the above scientific
facts will help you decide whether to support it or not.

Medical Marijuana Articles 2020