There are two major "ingredients" in marijuana or cannabis.
It is pretty widely recognized that medical marijuana, or cannabis, is helpful for many health conditions. In the area of seizures there has been some significant findings in recent years, particularly when it comes to children.
California state cannabis regulators have promised that formal licensing will be ready to go by January of 2018. As part of both Proposition 64 - legalizing recreational marijuana use - and the Medical Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MSRSA) which was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown, next January the state must have a licensing system in place for companies wanting to operate legally.
With recreational and medicinal cannabis becoming legal in California and an increasing number of places around the country, even some avid marijuana users are unfamiliar with ways to use cannabis in your cooking and why you would choose to do that rather the old tried and true method of smoking.
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.