by Dale Russell Aired March 15, 2022 The Georgia House voted to throw out last year’s medical cannabis license awards and start the bidding process all over. Subscribe to FOX 5 Atlanta!: Watch FOX 5 Atlanta Live: FOX 5 Atlanta delivers breaking news, live events, investigations, politics, entertainment, business news and local stories
At a cannabis cafe in the Arab town of Tira in Israel, people legally and freely buy, smoke or use medicinal marijuana. Karam Shbeeta, owner of Smokey Monkey, says he is on a mission to change the mentality around those who use the product for medical purposes. #Cannabis #Israel #News #Reuters Subscribe: Reuters brings
Oklahoma City Police said they’ve made more arrests in a string of at least ten burglaries targeting medical marijuana dispensaries and other grows across the metro. Stay informed about Oklahoma news and weather! Follow KFOR News 4 on our website and social channels. Tweets by kfor
Marijuana is on the ballot in 6 states this election. Dr. Sanjay asks what doctors really mean by “medical marijuana.” For more CNN videos, check out our YouTube channel at Or visit our site at
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On Monday people were among the first patients in Minnesota to legally buy flower cannabis. Subscribe to FOX 9 Minneapolis-St. Paul Watch FOX 9 Live: FOX 9 is your source for breaking news, live events, investigations, politics, entertainment, business news and local stories from Minneapolis-St. Paul, the greater Twin Cities metro, Greater Minnesota,
Hugh Hempel is a technology industry veteran turned health care entrepreneur. In this moving talk he discusses how medicinal cannabis has enriched the lives of his ailing 11 year-old daughters. This talk will challenge your views of medical marijuana. Hugh Hempel is a technology industry veteran turned healthcare entrepreneur. During his 30-year career in high
For more information about Parkinson’s and medical marijuana research, please visit: There is currently no conclusive scientific research supporting the benefits of cannabis for any aspect of Parkinson’s. However, anecdotal evidence suggests that cannabis may help pain, sleep, appetite, nausea and anxiety. People with Parkinson’s should especially be aware of side effects such
This video segment serves as a short introduction and educational lesson for our MedNet21 webcast on Medical Marijuana. The CME webcast can be viewed in its entirety at Enjoy this on-line education.
Gov. Beshear on medical marijuana Subscribe to WLKY on YouTube now for more: Get more Louisville news: Like us: Follow us: Instagram:
Patients who qualify for medical marijuana can be issued an ID by their GP to avoid arrest if they are stopped by police. Medicinal cannabis treatments are legal in the UK, but expensive prescriptions have driven many users towards illicit, unregulated markets to buy medication – and it’s left them worried they may be criminalised.
Can Veterans use marijuana for medical or recreational purposes? Will Veterans lose their VA benefits for using marijuana? For more information about VA policies regarding marijuana, visit the link below. This episode is part of a weekly, video series that answers questions about VA benefits (see links below for playlists)… be sure to SUBSCRIBE so
Can marijuana be used to treat asthma? Has there been any evidence regarding long-term negative effects of medical marijuana? Prof. Raphael Mechoulam, of the Institute of Drug Research at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Faculty of Medicine, answers all your medical marijuana questions in this month’s Expert on the Spot! For those of you with
Since cannabis was legalized in Canada for both recreational and medicinal purposes, you might be wondering if cannabis could help the person you’re caring for. In addition to recreational use, cannabis, also known as marijuana, is being used by many Canadians to help to improve symptoms of their medical conditions. More people, including those over