“I’ve spent the better part of my life standing up for issues that were important to me,” said actress, comedian, singer, writer, and entrepreneur Whoopi Goldberg in an OpEd about cannabis she wrote in 2018.
After my article on the medical cannabis program at the Hebrew Home in Riverdale was published on Forbes.com, I received several emails from readers.
I used to pop Aleve as if they were Tic Tacs. Three at a time, four at a time—whatever would get the job done. And if that meant taking 15 gel caps a day so be it. Liver be damned.
Provincial bodies have been slow to support injured workers who are prescribed cannabis for pain.
There are a lot of claims being made about cannabis’ medical properties.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Short answer: nearly everyone, with more converts everyday. Cannabis, now “legal” in many jurisdictions, is becoming an accepted therapeutic and recreational alternative. Senior citizens now represent the fastest growing demographic of cannabis user. For many of those who’ve lived thought times of prohibition, the present days can feel like a fairy tale.Read More
A terminally ill cancer patient whose brain tumour has disappeared claims cannabis oil and diet is behind her improved health.
St. Louis, Mo., gynecologist Becky Kaufman Lynn faced a problem: her patients wanted her to explain how cannabis affected how they experienced sex, but she wasn’t sure how to answer.
A Health Canada-approved Whistler medical cannabis producer will donate the oil extracts to be taken by cancer patients in nine cities across Canada.
According to Health Canada, there are currently 134 companies licensed to produce cannabis in Canada — 90 of those were licensed in the last 16 months