Eaze commissioned a poll to San Jose voters on their opinions around medical marijuana delivery within the city and the current regulations which ban it. The results were consistent to what we hear across the state, that delivery is an essential component in ensuring patients have access to medical marijuana.
As medical marijuana becomes the norm in American society, new patients are struggling to understand how to use the myriad products out there. Out of all of the categories available, few are as tricky to understand as marijuana-infused foods — commonly called marijuana edibles or just “edibles” for short.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr tried marijuana for chronic back pain, believes its better than painkillers
Steve Kerr, head coach of the Golden State Warriors and reigning NBA coach of the year, stated last week that he hopes that sports leagues will soften their stance on medical marijuana. Kerr came to the conclusion after his own experience trying medical marijuana for his chronic back pain.
On November 8th, 2016, Proposition 64 passed in California, legalizing the use of marijuana by adults 21+. While many of the outcomes of Prop 64 are still far out, there are important changes to the criminal justice system that are effective immediately.
Humans have found relief through the use of marijuana since the 15th Century BC. Because of its pharmacology, it has been used to treat a wide variety of ailments, including headaches, epilepsy, and inflammation. The most common modern indications for cannabis include chronic neuropathic pain, migraine, chronic stress and anxiety, nausea, vomiting, muscle spasticity (particularly for those caused by multiple sclerosis or paralysis), and auto-immune disorders such as Crohn’s Disease and arthritis.
California-based company, Hmbldt, has developed a sleek, health-conscious vaporizer. The hmbdlt pen dispenses a dose of cannabis oil upon inhalation. This method provides calm, sleepiness, or pain relief without the headiness of a high.
Citizens of Washington voted to legalize marijuana four years ago, and the regulated market has been up and running for two and a half years. But during this time, Washington still hasn't caught up with states like Oregon, Colorado, and California in one way: delivery. Marijuana cannot be legally delivered for recreational or medical use in the state of Washington.