Category: Advice

The Intersection of Medical Cannabis and Creativity
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The Intersection of Medical Cannabis and Creativity

The notion of whether or not medical cannabis can induce creativity in users has become a popular quandary. Though not of as much importance to researchers and scientists as its actual medical benefits, this idea that creativity might be spurred by the use of medical cannabis has grabbed the attention of professionals and consumers alike....

Life as a Pennsylvania Medical Cannabis Patient
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Life as a Pennsylvania Medical Cannabis Patient

The the next few months, many new patients will begin a new lifestyle as Pennsylvania’s medical cannabis program will be finally operational this year. The program will cover serious medical conditions such as cancer, epilepsy, PTSD, assorted neurological and gastrointestinal disorders, chronic pain, sickle cell disease and autism. More people treating their conditions with cannabis-based...

Medical Cannabis For Child Patients
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Medical Cannabis For Child Patients

In states like Pennsylvania, with newly launched medical cannabis programs, growers, dispensary owners, physicians, and patients are gearing up to begin a long-awaited new way of treatment. Although it may seem shocking to offer any sort of cannabis substance to a child, in some cases it is a safer form of treatment compared to traditional...

Five Tips to Improve Your Health and Wellness
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Five Tips to Improve Your Health and Wellness

Here at AGRiMED Industries, we are committed to providing people with the best means to health and wellness we can through top-quality cannabis-derived medicines. Regardless, it is important to keep your health and wellness a priority at all times so that you minimize your risk for health concerns and illnesses. Here, we hope to provide...

How Medical Cannabis Legalization is Driving Down Opioid Addiction and Death
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How Medical Cannabis Legalization is Driving Down Opioid Addiction and Death

As the time grows nearer for medical cannabis to officially be accessible to the Pennsylvania public, many beg the question: Why try medical cannabis as opposed to prescription pills? Are you concerned about addiction? Well, there’s an easy answer: safety. Briefly, there are three families of prescription pills: central nervous system (CNS) depressants, stimulants and...

Suggested ways to minimize potential side effects of medical cannabis usage
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Suggested ways to minimize potential side effects of medical cannabis usage

AGRiMED’s recommended solutions for possible side effects from Medical Cannabis. Medical Cannabis has therapeutic effects backed by countless studies and over  3,000 years of human use for medical purposes. Cannabis contains 60 active ingredients known as cannabinoids. As Pennsylvanians prepare for the new Medical Marijuana program it is important to understand some of the potential...

10 things Ohio’s, Pennsylvania’s and West Virginia’s aging population should know about medical marijuana
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10 things Ohio’s, Pennsylvania’s and West Virginia’s aging population should know about medical marijuana

AGRiMED Industries understands with compassion that most seniors grew up during a time when marijuana was illegal in Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and around the country. It’s unfortunate that marijuana has been portrayed for decades by the government and media as an illicit drug used solely for a social purpose by “hippies” and so-called “drug...

Medical Cannabis Certification for Pennsylvania Doctors
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Medical Cannabis Certification for Pennsylvania Doctors

Pennsylvania Cannabis Patients need good Doctors. More than ever, doctors certified for medical marijuana prescription are growing in number and influence. Opportunities abound to evolve patient care with cannabis in conjunction within state regulations. Part of this evolution includes doctors taking the initiative to get certified according to their state’s guidelines, closing the loop between...

Study Shows THC Reduces Tumor Growth
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Study Shows THC Reduces Tumor Growth

In 2009, researchers at Complutense University in Spain found that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)—the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis—induced the death of brain cancer cells. This is known as “autophagy.” Previous studies have suggested that cannabinoids like THC have cancer-destroying properties. The study was a collaborative effort between by Complutense University and the University of Anglia (UEA)...

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