Cannabis is a medicinal herb which cures or dramatically reduces many illnesses or symptoms like: Pain, anxiety, headaches, depression, insomnia, tension/stress, arthritis, panic attacks, muscle spasm and more
TestimonialsWe've collected testimonials of people like you who have experienced the benefits of using Cannabis to treat their illnesses. Check them out!
Depression and Anxiety
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Mother of child with autism started using cannabis to help improve her autistic son's appetite and noticed more improved eye contact and less anxiety.
Depression, Anxiety lead to PTSD
Musician who struggles with PTSD stemming from a tragic childhood believes marijuana saved his life.
Kathy Rippentrop saw the benefit of medical marijuana first hand while her mother was suffering and dying from an aggressive cancer.
PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
Tim Majerus saw the benefit of medical marijuana first-hand while working as a pastor in hospice care and also while working with military veterans diagnosed with PTSD and chronic pain.
Spinal Cord Injury
Jerry and Carmen's son, Dan, was diagnosed with terminal cancer when he was only 28 years old. When other medications were ineffective, Dan tried marijuana. The marijuana reduced his pain, took away his nausea and loss of appetite, and enabled him to live far longer than his doctors projected.
Cannabis for wellness news specially curated for you!
Making medical marijuana legal may lead to a reduction of opioid use in adults under the age of 40, a new study suggests. The researchers found that the rates of opioid use decreased in adults ages 21 to 40 in states that had legalized medical marijuana and where residents with prescriptions could obtain cannabis from dispensaries or grow their own, compared to states that had legalized medical marijuana but did not yet have an operational program for people to obtain it.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) hasn’t yet approved cannabis for medicinal use, but you can find medicines that contain cannabinoids, one of the chemicals found in marijuana plant. As new researches help reveal medical marijuana benefits and stigma attached to weed declines, its popularity is going up. Does that mean the herb is […]
“These new potential customers are different than current users. They represent a different demographic, they favor alternative formats to smoking, and look for different cannabis benefits,” notes Ana Hory, CEO of Enlucem.