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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.
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.
A lot has changed in the six years since America’s first medical marijuana dispensary opened in California. In fact, according to a recent Gallup poll nearly 60% of Americans in favor of marijuana legalization. However, the legal status of marijuana varies greatly state-by-state and in some parts of the U.S., it can be confusing to figure out (we’re looking at you, Washington D.C.).