Category: Treatment

Operational in Pennsylvania
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Operational in Pennsylvania

PENNSYLVANIA MEDICAL CANNABIS COMPANY, AGRiMED INDUSTRIES LLC, DEEMED OPERATIONAL PITTSBURGH—February 15, 2018—AGRiMED Industries LLC, a highly specialized medical cannabis cultivation management company, is pleased to provide the following update on its Pennsylvania medical cannabis operations. After months of thorough planning, as of today, the Pennsylvania Department of Health has deemed AGRiMED operational. AGRiMED, one of...

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...

Deciding which Type of Cannabis-Derived Medicine is Right for You
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Deciding which Type of Cannabis-Derived Medicine is Right for You

AGRiMED Industries is committed to providing a wide range of cannabis-derived products so patients may pick which form of medical cannabis is right for them. While in the end, they’re all derived from the same natural ingredient—cannabis—they all differ ever so slightly and have different uses you may or may not know about. Our wide...

AGRIMED Announces Addition of Dr. David Dalton to Board of Directors
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AGRIMED Announces Addition of Dr. David Dalton to Board of Directors

Greene County, Pennsylvania. (October 20, 2017) — AGRIMED, which owns one of the twelve licenses authorized by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to grow and process medical cannabis, today announced the election of Dr. David Dalton to their Board of Directors, effective immediately. David’s impressive background will provide our Board with a wealth of experience and...

First government supported medical cannabis study on Opioid Use
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First government supported medical cannabis study on Opioid Use

For the first time ever, the National Institute of Health is putting funding toward long-term study to research the impacts of medical cannabis on opioid use. Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Health System are leading the study. Researchers been awarded a five-year $3.8 million grant to study whether medical marijuana reduces opioid use...

Impacts of Cannabis on Epilepsy
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Impacts of Cannabis on Epilepsy

AGRiMED develops environmentally-friendly, economically sustainable businesses in the communities in which we serve and our commitment to patient care is second to none. According to Healthline, 1 in every 26 people will be diagnosed with epilepsy, a neurological disorder caused by malfunctioning nerve cell activity in the brain. Epilepsy can affect people at any age...

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...

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