Learn About The Medicinal Health Benefits of Cannabis
I’ve spoken to doctors that treated their patients with serious diseases and disorders such as cancer and epilepsy to more less serious ailments such a pain after playing a sport.
I learned cannabis can help with chronic pain and the side effects of chemotherapy. What I found fascinating was the ability of cannabis to help people wean themselves off of opiates.
Not too long along the attitude of the United States towards cannabis wasn’t positive. A large portion of the country was focusing on “reefer madness” and was almost entirely convinced cannabis was bad for you.
I’m not a doctor or medical researcher but I think it’s fair to say the medicinal benefits of cannabis are quickly becoming apparent in today’s society.
I’ve interviewed many prominent doctors and researchers in the cannabis industry and while they might not all agree on all things related to cannabis there’s one thing they all definitely agree one. That be it, the potential of this plant knows no bounds.
With these interviews, my aim is to help educate you on the medicinal health benefits of using cannabis.
I was lucky to have Dr. Aury Lor Holtzman on my show. Dr. Holtzman is a southern Calfornia medical doctor and talked at length about the medicinal benefits of cannabis.
To say he’s a cannabis optimist would be a gross understatement. The Dr. talked in detail about how he sees the future of cannabis being used in our everyday lives and how transformative this plant can be.
I was fortunate to interview Dr. Sunil Aggarwal from SageMed, located in Bellevue, Washington.
During this is the interview, Dr. Aggarwal talked at length about how he feels Cannabis is not only going to change how palliative care is administered but how the healthcare industry is going to be turned upside down when the medicinal benefits of marijuana will be discovered by scientists and researchers alike.
Dr. Sunil Aggarwal thinks cannabis legalization will help lower healthcare costs and could change the way people are treated for specific diseases and ailments.
I had the good fortune of interviewing Dr. Charles Bush-Joseph. The Dr. is the team physician for the Chicago White Sox and graduated from University of Michigan Medical School in 1983. He’s currently a Professor at Rush University Medical Center and the Associate Director of the Rush Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship Program.
We discussed how athletes could benefit from using cannabis and it’s recovery capabilities thus allowing players to avoid other treatments. We touched on how marijuana can affect an athlete’s performance while working out and some of the adverse effects while using.
I had the pleasure of talking to Dr. Jordan Tishler of inhaleMD. Dr. Tishler is a graduate of Harvard Medical School. His practice focuses on Holistic Care and alternative wellness. He’s spent years working with veterans and gives our readership his thoughts on marijuana. He’s an avid speaker at various cannabis medical events throughout the country and talks regularity about the health benefits of marijuana. His practice is called located in Brookline, Massachusetts.
I was lucky to talk to Jahan Marcu, he’s the Chief Science Officer for Americans For Safe Access and the Director of the Patient Focused Certification (PFC) Program.
Dr. Marcu is the Founder & Research Director, International Research Center on Cannabis and Mental Health.
The Dr. and I talked mostly about the endocannabinoid system and how it helps fight pain.
I had the honor of talking to Professor Jacob Miguel Vigil. The professor and I talked about the future of cannabis and how everyday people can benefit from such a simple plant.
The professor informed me of all the exciting scientific studies and researched the MCRF is conducting.
I don’t speak for professor Vigil, but I think it’s fair to say his stance is one of optimism, he believes cannabis can change the world, which is a belief we at Cheap Home Grow can agree.