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Ever since the first known historical record of marijuana in a Chinese pharmacopoeia from 2,600 BC, there have been many psychological benefits credited to the plant. And no wonder, as the psychological systems in our bodies are influenced by the endocannabinoid system (ECS), and marijuana interacts both directly and indirectly with the ECS.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is devastating. But once again, cannabis is emrging as a possible treatment.
Did you know? The use of marijuana for pain relief goes back centuries. Even as late as the 1930s, cannabis was being sold as an analgesic by pharmaceutical companies.
Seizures are physical and mental episodes in which abnormal brain functions cause a noticeable change in the person’s immediate behavior.
Even as the HIV epidemic was taking hold in the early 80s, HIV and marijuana were hand in hand, as patients used it to try and offset their accompanying cachexia, AKA, HIV wasting syndrome.
Cachexia, also known as wasting syndrome, is a severe consequence of many chronic illnesses. The disorder causes extreme, involuntary weight loss of both fat and muscle, often causing its victims who were not overweight at the onset of cachexia to appear almost skeletal.
While PTSD strikes plenty of veterans, they're not its only victims. PTSD can affect anyone, anywhere, and at any age. Approximately 3.5 percent of U.S. adults suffer from PTSD, with about one in 11 being diagnosed in their lifetime, and with women twice as likely to suffer from the disorder.
Glaucoma is one of the principal causes of blindness for those over the age of 60, although people of any age can get it. Studies have shown that marijuana can effectively reduce intraocular pressure in the eyes.
Researched-backed content I wrote for a section of my client's website ("Health Conditions") that only employs ghostwriters.
About 10 million people in the U.S. suffer from fibromyalgia and an estimated 3-6 percent of the global population has the condition. It can be agonizing, yet there is no cure, and modern drugs do little to relieve the constant pain. But what if there was something better?
A six-year survey showed that cannabis use use increased 57.8% in the 50-64-year-old crowd, and 250% for age 65 and up. In this article I discuss studies done and the fact that many elderly patients still have trouble obtaining cannabis, even in states like Colorado.
Around 90,000 people are infected with invasive MRSA each year, which then kills about 20,000. MRSA continues to grow more resistant to antibiotics while science struggles to keep up. But some studies are showing a glimmer of hope... from the strangest of places.
The amazing spectrum of what the humble cannabis plant may be capable of continues to widen. See how it's been used to treat pediatric cancers.
Do you know the difference between terpene isolates, cultivar-specific terpenes, and sweet terpene blends? You will when you read this.
Content I wrote for my client, Evanced Information Systems for one of their clients, a deck and porch builder. Note: The content I wrote is about halfway down the page, beginning with, "Extending the Outdoor Living Spaces."
More city-description content I wrote for my client, Evanced Information Systems, for one of their landscaping clients. Note: My content begins about halfway down with, "Discovering Life in the Center".
Content I wrote for my client, Evanced Information Systems, for one of their landscaping clients who wanted city descriptions for the areas they serve. Note: My content begins about halfway down, with "Where the West Begins".
Instagram caption I wrote for my client, Evanced Information Systems, to use for one of their clients.
One of the many Instagram captions I've done for my client, Evanced Information Systems, for one of their clients.
Ah, Atlanta. Cosmopolitan and hip, yet retaining that charming Southern mystique. This is content I wrote for my client, Evanced Information Systems, for their client who wanted info pages on the cities they serve.
What's the difference between shiplap lumber and tongue-and-groove lumber? What is shiplap, anyway? I answer those questions in this content I wrote for my client, Evanced Information Systems, for their client's website. Note: My content begins about 3/4 of the way down the page with, "Shiplap".