medical marijuana

Our articles review the latest clinical research and clinical research on weed & medical marijuana products like cannabis flower, vape pens, edibles, tinctures, and lotions. Each of our posts is evidence-based and written or reviewed by Dr. Michele Ross herself.

Our top medical marijuana articles:

  • Understanding Your Cannabis Smoking Tools

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    Whether you are new to cannabis smoking or you have been doing it for years, it is essential to understand your smoking tools and how to best use them. There is nothing worse than finding out that you have been smoking incorrectly regardless of how long you have been smoking for, so make sure you […]


  • How Cannabis Helps Migraine Headache

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    A common question I get asked by patients is if cannabis helps relieve migraine headache symptoms. Migraine headache is characterized by a throbbing headache that typically affects one side of the head and is often accompanied by nausea and disturbed vision. Migraines can last hours or days and can range from minor to so disabling […]


  • How Cannabis And Kratom Aid Addiction Recovery

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    Quitting drugs is a lengthy and demanding journey. Very few can make it through the full transition without relapsing and falling back. While several patients fail due to their weak willpower, others fail to contain their urge due to medical-assisted therapies’ ineffectiveness. The most common drug withdrawal medications, including suboxone and methadone, are highly addictive […]


  • Don’t Fall For Cannabis Misinformation

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    That facebook post, instagram meme, or youtube video on CBD might not be as accurate as you think it is. Cannabis misinformation is rampant. Cannabis is a fixture on your television, making the evening news daily and recent reality docuseries include High Profits on CNN, Pot Barons of Colorado on MSNBC, and Medicine Man on […]


  • Why You Should Consider Terpenes When Choosing the Right Cannabis Strain

    A discussion about choosing cannabis strains never feels complete unless we talk about terpene benefits. Like the cannabinoids that play a crucial role in determining the characteristics of different strains, terpenes also have a notable contribution to these properties. Since the legalization of cannabis across many states, the plant is becoming the focus of several […]


  • 7 Herbs That Soothe Sore Throat

    Natural treatments for sore throat tend to be holistic in approach and effective in the long run. Most of the alternative medicine systems make use of the herbs available for improving health ailments. Sore throat is a common symptom of one of the most daunting diseases in history, the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. […]


  • Do Cannabis Sublingual Strips Work?

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    Business forecasters anticipate cannabis to be the next big thing with a prediction of billions of dollars in revenues. But it’s not just cannabis per se, it’s about every product that is involved with cannabis, including cannabis sublingual strips. The inventiveness of the cannabis industry knows no boundaries. Edibles, vaporizers, bongs take a backseat, there’s […]


  • 6 Ways To Sober Up If You Get Too High

    Fear of getting too high and not being able to sober up is a fear of many parents, and new weed smokers taking their first tokes every day. This is a rite of passage that every lifelong smoker will remember forever. However, there is another rite of passage that is somewhat less pleasant. Every weed […]


  • Top 5 Cannabis Strains For Insomnia

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    Sleep is the best way to renew our body after a long day. Studies say that one in four Americans find it tough to get sleep. The day next to sleepless nights can be heavy and frustrating. Fatigue, inability to focus, unexplained irritation, and tired and redness in eyes are the common side effects of […]