Using Medical Cannabis to Battle Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is when small holes or weakened areas are formed in the bone that can lead to fractures, pain, and a Dowager’s hump. It is generally seen in older women over the age of 50. The disease often develops unnoticed over many years, with no symptoms or discomfort until a fracture occurs. The main causes of osteoporosis include: Inactivity Aging

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Big Pharma Losing: Study Shows Nearly 100% Cannabis Users Give Up Rx Pain Meds

A landmark study helps explain why Big Pharma is so afraid of the medical benefits of cannabis. The pharmaceutical and alcohol industries, both powerful influences in Washington, have long lobbied against cannabis legalization in order to protect their profits. The recent study is lending credibility to the idea that medical cannabis can be used as a natural alternative to prescription pain

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Pain Related Ailments Treatment Guideline

This treatment guideline is to be used for products, cannabis oils, that are only endorsed by Medical Cannabis Dispensary. It is to be used for pain related ailments, including; “General Pain” Arthritis (Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid & Psoriatic) Fibromyalgia Osteoporosis Lupus (SLE) Most of the people we treat choose the cannabis oils we endorse over conventional western medicines that have let them down. No one likes

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Study: Cannabis Fights Arthritis-Related Cartilage Loss

Findings show cannabis inhibits osteoarthritis-related cartilage breakdown. A study published recently in the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health shows that synthetic cannabinoid treatment reduces osteoarthritis-related cartilage breakdown, as reported by The Weed Blog. The findings align with years of anecdotal evidence suggesting cannabis may fight osteoarthritis-related cartilage breakdown as well as treating pain and discomfort that

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Using Medical Cannabis To Battle Osteoporosis

Approximately 10 million Americans over the age of 50 have osteoporosis and 80% of them are women. An additional 34 million Americans have low bone mass or osteopenia which predisposes them to developing osteoporosis. New research is now revealing that the endocannabinoid system plays a significant natural roll in the development of bone mass, leading to the question of whether

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