You’ve probably heard a story or two about medicinal marijuana or marijuana-derived products curing someone’s anxiety, depression or even PTSD. But does marijuana actually help your mental health?
If pregnancy has made you miserable, you might be considering calming your belly or nerves with marijuana. After all, it’s legal in many places, so that must mean it’s safe, right? Dr. Rebecca Russell, Ob/Gyn, explains why pot is never safe to use in pregnancy.
An epilepsy expert explains the science behind a new CBD treatment for seizures associated with two rare forms of severe childhood-onset epilepsy: Lennox-Gastaut syndrome or Dravet syndrome.
Even though marijuana works in the brain to stop nausea and increase hunger, it can also be toxic and cause what’s called cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome. Gastroenterologist Michael Cline, DO, explains this growing problem.
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