Gov. John Hickenlooper was scheduled Monday to sign a bill that directs state health authorities to set new guidelines for doctors who recommend pot for “severe pain.” That’s the most common condition on Colorado’s medical marijuana registry.
In recent years, the use of prescription opioid painkillers have been associated with a drastic rise in overdose deaths. We take a look at the new research suggesting that medical marijuana could potentially reduce those hazards.
In July 2011, I was diagnosed with Anal Canal Cancer and was given 2 to 4 months to live. My sister told me to watch the movie “Run From the Cure: A Rick Simpson Story” and I decided to treat my cancer with Rick Simpson’s cannabis oil instead of chemo and radiation therapy prescribed by my doctor. In September 2012, my doctor declared me cancer free. I had a chance to tell my story during an interview with a local radio station in Nanaimo, BC back in January 2013. This is my story.
“Chronic stress is one of the major causes of depression,” Haj-Dahmane says. “Using compounds derived from cannabis — marijuana — to restore normal endocannabinoid function could potentially help stabilize moods and ease depression.”
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