DEA Continues To Say No

After all the hype, anticipation and speculation the past couple months, we are quite disappointed with the news this morning. It is another vicious circle of argument that goes absolutely nowhere toward furthering the research that does need to be done in order to learn and get the research we need to substantiate what we . . .

Marin health board member proposes open use of medical marijuana at Marin General

Northern California is a different climate when it comes to Cannabis than San Diego. The discussion is much more open up north so it is encouraging to see discussions like this one being had. The idea of inhalation units being used here like they are in Israel makes the potential reality of it all that . . .

These Stats are Exactly Why Big Pharma is Scared of Medical Cannabis

We have the privilege every day of seeing people leave behind the pharmaceuticals that have caused just as much harm as they were meant to help. When you look at the big picture and see what Cannabis is doing for people across the country, it is impossible to deny it’s relieving benefits. Read the newest . . .

Grace Under Fire: the Cannabis Journey of a US Vet

Proud to be able to share Grace’s story with the world in the August 2016 issue of SKUNK. One of the best benefits of being a dispensary owner is knowing we are helping people of all ages and backgrounds. A good percentage of our members are US Vets and a common trend we see with . . .

Medical Marijuana in Israel could assist California’s Industry

When comparing the Israel and California Cannabis markets and approach to the plant there are undeniable similarities. Both places still have a lot of room to mature but the growth of each in the last few decades is undeniable and in some ways, dependent upon each other. Click here for the full article.

Are Dabs bad for you?

As the popularity of dabbing grows, we get more and more questions from members wondering whether it’s an option they should explore. Leafly does a great job in this article of providing the “need to know” information before trying dabbing. Click here for the full article.

Cortney’s Corner: How Cannabis Helped Me Quit Cigarettes

When I decided it was time to quit smoking cigarettes, I wasn’t sure how to navigate my new goal. I wondered if Cannabis would make quitting harder or easier and whether I should keep smoking one if I’m quitting the other. The choice is personal and one each person has to make for themselves. I . . .

Cannabis for Cancer -Informational Forum for Patients

RX-C is pleased to be part of this important educational forum this weekend in San Diego. Please share this information with everyone you know who may benefit. There is no cost and participants DO NOT need a medical marijuana recommendation to attend. Do you or someone you know have cancer? Are you interested in the . . .

Medical Cannabis Research Growing But Hurdles Remain

Although we have come a long way, until Cannabis is moved to a Schedule 2 drug research will be extremely limited. In the mean time, states may take research into their own hands. Click here for the full article.

100 Studies: Cannabis Cures Cancer

Cannabis is a Schedule I drug in the United States. That means the government has designated the plant as having no accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse. No accepted medical use? There are scores of studies that say differently. Read the full article and see the links to the studies in question.   Learn . . .

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