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Israeli Cancer Patients Want Cannabis Therapy

According to data published last month the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, a majority of Israeli cancer patients permitted to use the plant say that it is “highly effective” at mitigating symptoms of the disease. 

Israeli Pilot Study Shows Marijuana Benefits PTSD

There is increasing evidence that marijuana could one day soon be a viable treatment option for patients suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. In fact, a recent study to explore the effects of cannabis on patients suffering from PTSD has shown significant promise...

Thousands Rally For Legal Weed In The Holy Land

In a part of the world famous for its divisiveness, could weed be a force of good bringing together politicians from opposite sides of the political spectrum?

Smoking Marijuana Can Relieve Parkinson’s Disease Symptoms

Pot offers hope for patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease. So say the results of an observational trial published in the March/April edition of the scientific journal Clinical Neuropharmacology.

Uruguay to Relieve Israel's Cannabis Drought?

Uruguay is still developing its nascent cannabis economy following the Christmas Eve signing of the new legalization law, but its leaders have already broached international exports. Diego Cánepa, media spokesman for President José Mujica, said that while de...

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