To celebrate #NationalPharmacistDay (January 12), we’re spotlighting our dispensaries’ amazing medical staff. Meet Amanda Saylor, Pharm D!
To celebrate #NationalPharmacistDay (January 12), we’re spotlighting our dispensaries’ amazing medical staff. Meet Marci Lee, Pharm D!
The holiday season is supposed to be “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year!” In reality, it can be the most stressful time of the year. How can medical marijuana help?
Julianne Care, PharmD helps a patient whose medical marijuana regimen was not successful in managing his symptoms of autism.
Lindsey Marshall, PharmD helps a patient find the right cannabis treatment for their lower back pain that ranges from moderate to severe and affects their ability to complete daily activities, along with general anxiety and agitation.
Each person’s experience is unique and there is no universal treatment for PTSD and its symptoms, but an increasing number of experts are recommending cannabis as an incredibly therapeutic treatment for PTSD symptoms.
Christian, a 33-year-old father of four and a Veteran of the United States Army serving eight years, advocates for both medical and recreational marijuana to provide patients with PTSD an alternative to traditional pharmaceuticals.
As the stigma associated with cannabis is slowly fading, and more clinical research studies are being conducted, the benefits of medical marijuana in treating cancer symptoms is becoming apparent in the medical community.
Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) is a substance use disorder relating to the use of an opioid. Signs of the disorder include a strong desire to use opioids, an increased tolerance to opioids, and difficulty reducing use and withdrawal symptoms associated with discontinuation.
Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS) is a condition that leads to repeated and severe bouts of vomiting. CHS is rare and only occurs in daily long-term users of cannabis. Because many healthcare workers are unaware of this condition, diagnosis is not always straightforward.