It’s a well-known fact that the medicinal marijuana industry is growing. The national market for medical cannabis was nearly $7 billion out of 2016 and is probably going to reach $20 billion every year in only a couple of years; this statistic is according to the research firm called ArcView Group. Medical weed is victorious to the point that it is dissolving the market share of the customary pharmaceutical industry, informally known as “Big pharma.”
We’ve discussed the facts and stats until we’re blue in the face right? I mean, at this point don’t you just want someone to be real with you about this? Is it safe? Is it not safe? Can it do what people say it does? The list of questions goes on and on and the truth is it depends who
How many people smoke weed? According to polls taken this year 52% of Americans over the age of 18 have tried marijuana in some form. What if the actual number is higher? At roughly $53.3 billion being spent on cannabis in 2016 alone one would not be wrong in assuming so. Approximately $46 billion was made through illegal sale of marijuana, making up 87% of the total sales that year.
These are very exciting times and when it comes to cannabis use things are constantly getting better. According to recent studies, cannabinoids have been found to kill leukemia cells when used in conjunction with chemotherapy treatments. It has been determined that administering medical cannabis after the initial dose of chemotherapy offer better results that just using chemo by itself. This
Okay, so where should we begin? It’s pretty safe to say that everybody has heard of marijuana or cannabis. What may not be such a common term is CBD oil, which is cannabidiol oil. New research shows that it has medicinal purposes and can be very effective in treating a myriad of aliments. Because of its controversial nature and some