Medical Marijuana

Marijuana is often called cannabis which is used to treat nausea, sleep apnea, chronic pain, anxiety, and other problems. Besides for medical purposes, marijuana can be consumed by vaporizing smoking, eating extracts, or using topical products made of cannabis like sprays or lotions.

Although marijuana recreational use is not legal in most of the United States, many states have passed cannabis legal resources for legalized medical marijuana and patients can purchase a product at medical cannabis dispensaries by showing a doctor’s prescription card.

Some common examples of terms for cannabis, which include this racially motivated “marijuana” that you might see in medical clinics, include Dope, Grass, Herb, Pot, Weed, and others.

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Viktoria is the Marketing Manager Assistant of Cannabis Stack. She has 10 years of experience in digital marketing, including content creation, community management, and lead generation.

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