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opioid epidemic

DC’s National Medical Cannabis Unity Conference Calls For Cannabis Cure In Treatment Of Opioid Addiction

Every year, there are 6 million people suffering from lack of access to controlled medications, and most of them are pain patients, according to the World Health Organization. The lack of options for such excruciating circumstances means hundreds of thousands of Americans are instead prescribed opiates, even if they don’t want them. It’s created a […]

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medical marijuana

Medical Marijuana Vs. Big Pharma: Fighting Back Against Doctors’ Anti-Marijuana Orders

Even though I grow and use marijuana recreationally, it was only after a road accident left me hospitalized in severe pain that I fully appreciated the usefulness of medical marijuana. At the same time, I also learned about the medical industry’s prejudice against marijuana, and its harmful reliance on dangerous pharmaceuticals. The anti-marijuana prejudice was […]

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marijuana pain relief

Marijuana Pain Relief: Cannabis Fights the Opioid Epidemic

I looked into medical marijuana pain relief because I was addicted to opioid painkillers. Those opioids made me weak, sleepy, constipated, depressed, off-balance… and they’re potentially fatal. Eventually, I was classified as addictively dependent on opioids. Friends advised me to use medical marijuana, but I’d never used marijuana before and was scared to try it […]

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Arizona marijuana legalization

Fentanyl Pharmaceutical Company Squashes Arizona Marijuana Legalization

Arizona narrowly defeated a 2016 recreational marijuana ballot proposal called Prop. 205. A scandalous pharmaceutical company run by a greedy billionaire that makes opiate drugs that create addiction and kill people spent big money to defeat Arizona marijuana legalization. Insys Therapeutics handed at least half a million dollars to a drug war political action committee […]

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