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The number of Georgians with cards allowing possession of medical cannabis has soared more than 70% in one year.

To kick-start quelling inflammation, adding cannabis cultivars (strains) that are high in CBD may be just what the dietitian ordered.

A bill that would legalize and regulate medical marijuana in Kentucky passed its first hurdle on Wednesday.

One recent survey reported that upwards of 66% of those who suffer from MS may use cannabis in their efforts to control the disease.

Although medical cannabis is legal in Missouri and any doctor licensed in Missouri can certify patients for use, the region’s physicians don’t agree on whether certifying patients is safe, legal or ethical.

Cannabis is disrupting the way we look at medicines -- but more people need to be educated about cannabis before it becomes commonly accepted as a medicine.

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