Ways To Use Medical Marijuana Without Smoking

As we all know the most common way to use medical marijuana is by smoking it. You can roll marijuana in a paper or a blunt or you can inhale it through a pipe, bong, mango, apple and much more. Holding the smoke in your lungs doesn’t make the effect stronger. Start low, go slow and wait a an adequate amount of Read More …

How To Use Medical Marijuana for Migraine Headaches

In October of 2016, the State of Florida included migraines to its list of medical conditions that qualifies patients for a medical marijuana card. When Florida first introduced its medical marijuana program, migraines was not on the list. After making the determination that migraines is a suitable qualification for migraines and headaches, the Florida medical marijuana committee made the decision to begin Read More …

Medical Marijuana Can Help With Seizure Disorders

If you have a seizure disorder, you will qualify for a medical marijuana card in Florida! There’s nothing like not being able to take part in certain activities because of the fear that activity may cause another life threating seizure. There are numerous conditions that can cause a person to have seizures at uncertain times. Read More …

Ulcerative Colitis Patients Can Get Relief With Medical Marijuana in Florida

Given the severity of the symptoms that come with ulcerative colitis, people living with the condition are likely open to just about any suggestion that could provide relief. Over the course of recent years, more research has backed medical marijuana as a solution for people hoping to overcome ulcerative colitis symptoms. This is welcome news considering Read More …

Conditions that Will Allow for a Medical Marijuana Card Approval

Marijuana Use for Chronic Pain Conditions Over half the states in the US implemented medical marijuana legalization. That’s because about 90% of Americans support medical marijuana use. One compelling reason for medicinal marijuana legalization is that it is safer than opiates. Chronic pain patients accounted for around 60% of recent overdoses. They are also at higher risk for abusing those Read More …