Cannabis has long been argued to offer relief from a number of ailments and disease. One such ailment that marijuana users have long claimed cannabis helps is anxiety and depression. Though this “evidence” is merely anecdotal, the fact is cannabis has a long history of being used to treat disorders like depression and anxiety.
With the legalization of marijuana in some form or other taking place around the country, people who may not have thought they were a candidate for using cannabis might be open to the idea. One of the biggest segments of the population that appears to be looking to marijuana for health reasons is the senior population. Some dispensaries have reported that around 20% of their business comes from seniors.
marijuana seems obvious - taking small doses of THC - and it is
starting to become a popular method of taking medicinal marijuana, with
many people advocating for its effectiveness in treating the same
conditions we often mention. In fact, many seem to believe it is
preventative much like taking vitamins and other supplements.
The Cannabist interviewed a man who is a father, pot user and author of a book on the future of legal marijuana in America.
As marijuana and cannabis become a legal substance to purchase and use in many places, it is inevitable that some users will have to answer questions from their children. Some recent articles address this issue head on and offer advice for parents who may feel unsure of what to say.