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CANNABIS CULTURE  – About six years ago I decided to become what some might call a “medical marijuana doctor”.
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CANNABIS CULTURE – Cannabis Culture asked, “What are patients saying?”, and said they’ll keep testimonials anonymous. Well, we’ve gone one better, and will provide you with video testimonials from patients who readily and publicly admit to using cannabis for their health condition.
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CANNABIS CULTURE- Chronic pain can be an incredibly debilitating condition. For many who live with it on a daily or near daily basis, the condition can be so oppressive, it affects other parts of their lives, impacting their mood, health, and overall well-being. Unfortunately, many treatment options are only nominally effective.

CANNABIS CULTURE- There’s all sorts of articles and journal entries out there looking at the benefits of cannabis for those who are already sick. But what about cannabis as a preventative medicine? Could it help you before you get sick? Here are 5 ways cannabis might help you keep illnesses and injuries at bay, withoutRead More

CANNABIS CULTURE- Cannabis doesn’t seem to work on the same area of the brain that codes for the sensation of pain like opiates and opioids do, but rather the part of the brain that regulates our emotions and how we react to pain.

CANNABIS CULTURE- You and many more people just like you may use cannabis as a sleep aid. It’s safe, natural (non-pharmaceutical) and best of all, it works…well as long as you know the strain you use works best for you.
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CANNABIS CULTURE- Sure, we know cannabis has proven helpful in relieving symptoms associated with cancer, epilepsy and glaucoma. But did you know, more and more evidence has been recorded that cannabis is more than beneficial, we actually need it?
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CANNABIS CULTURE- The fact is, no one can say what definite effect months or years of cannabis use has on the brain, as there just isn’t enough research out there to say for sure. Moreover, the human brain (or indeed any type of brain) is incredibly complex, and there are all sorts of stimuli thatRead More