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The World Health Organization made headlines when it announced that depression is now the world’s leading cause of poor health.
A small act of history occurred this week in Texas as the state had its first legal marijuana purchase. The customer? A six-year-old girl from central Texas, whose name is being withheld for privacy purposes.
In 2016 alone, opioid-related deaths neared the number of American casualties in both the Vietnam War and Iraq campaigns, combined. Crazy numbers, somewhere around 63,000 men and women, depending on the source.
Medical Marijuana has been proven to help arthritis, pancreatitis, migraine, Parkinson’s, and more, but what about lower back pain?
One of the most ancient medical uses of cannabis was headache relief and migraines. But support from modern science has been thin—until this year.
Cannabis is now legal to purchase for adult recreational consumption in Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Nevada, and as of January 1, 2018, California—making the Golden State the largest marijuana marketplace in the world.
Nine states and the District of Columbia have legalized recreational cannabis and 30 states have legalized medical use. Combined they brought in around $9 billion in sales last year and created over 100,000 jobs.
The legalization of recreational marijuana is allowing the industry to grow. Gone are the purple bongs, sexy nurses, dancing bears. What now?