FLORIDA MEDICAL MARIJUANANEWS AND INFORMATION

Can you over dose on marijuana you ask? Nearly half of Americans say they have tried it at least once in their life. With more people lighting up than ever and nine states voting on the legalization of marijuana, it’s important to remember how many fatally overdose on the drug. That’s according to the Centers for Disease...

Marijuana’s official designation as a Schedule 1 drug something with “no currently accepted medical use” means it’s pretty tough to study. Yet both a growing body of research and numerous anecdotal reports link cannabis with several health benefits, including pain relief and helping with certain forms of epilepsy. In addition, researchers say there are many other...

Marijuana and high blood pressure A new study suggests that anyone who smokes marijuana faces risks of high blood pressure than people who have never used the drug. Those findings sound alarming, but it’s important to keep in mind that, like any study, this one has limitations, including that it defines marijuana “users” as anyone...

Despite the fact that the Drug Enforcement Agency categorizes marijuana as a schedule I drug, one that has no accepted medical use, a majority of Americans have thought medical pot should be legal since the late 1990s — and a majority now support recreational legalization as well. 29 states have legalized medical marijuana – that number is 43 states if we count laws...