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According to the WHO, more than 80% of the world’s population relies on traditional medicine for primary healthcare needs. Nearly 20,000 medicinal plants exist in 91 countries.
The US, which makes up 5% of the world’s population, consumes over 50% of the world’s pharmaceuticals and 80% of the global opioid supply
Of prescription medicines are derived from plant ingredients and 4.5 billion people worldwide use plants for some part of their health care needs
Clinical data to support the hype
The Cannabis Review is a collection of scientific studies arranged to help us better understand the unique chemical components and their potential applications. Information is provided thanks to our friends at MCR labs.
This full-color compendium shows users and prescribers exactly what they need to know, in easy-to-understand terms, to make cannabis work effectively while minimizing undesirable effects. This book will become your go-to cannabis guide.
Our friend Dr. Ruth Fisher has joined forces with CannDynamics, Inc, to create the Medical Cannabis Fundamentals certification courses. We are pleased to announce the availability of the first course: Medical Cannabis Fundamentals – Basics. The course includes dozens of video lectures combined with text and quizzes. This will make you an expert.
Plant-based medicine as a science based alternative to pharmaceuticals
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Tanya Griffin of ooyes.love on the impact that orgasms have on Cortisol, Dopamine & Seratonin Exploring the Physiological Effects of Orgasms On last Friday's episode, Alissa asked Tanya Griffin of ooyes.love about the impact that orgasms have on 3 major...
This study found that people who use cannabis perceive that it increases their sexual functioning and satisfaction!
This study found that cannabis could be a potential treatment for sexual dysfunctions, especially among women. Astonishingly, over 70% of participants reported improved desire and orgasm intensity as well! With these findings, the medical community may soon turn to...
Prince Harry’s Mental Health Struggles and the Use of Psychedelics On Sunday, Prince Harry told 60 Minutes in an interview that he has used psychedelics such as ayahuasca and psilocybin to treat mental health difficulties brought on by the grief of losing his mother...