It’s early morning, just after breakfast, and six-year-old Cayley is wide awake, eagerly anticipating her daily dose of cannabis.
More and more people are turning to marijuana for medical treatment and now some pet owners are purchasing a legal version of cannabis to give their canines some medical relief.
Cannabis-based products are being marketed to pets, but research is scanty.
Every July 4th, Augie, a 4-year-old Chihuahua mix, would go into freak-out mode.
As is the case with humans, pets suffer side effects — including liver and kidney damage — from the medication they’re prescribed. But L.A. veterinarian Dr. Tim Shu says there’s a safe alternative for some of these prescriptions: medical marijuana.
With marijuana now legal in four states and the nation’s capital;
Now that 23 states have given medical marijuana the green light (with even recreational use now allowed in another four states and Washington D.C.), growing weed has become a growing business.
Medical marijuana research is at an all-time “high” these days and more states are moving toward legalizing the drug for its potential health benefits.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Yep, it's official: the US Drug Enforcement Administration has completely run out of good anti-pot ideas.