Knowledge is power!  Here are some sites you might want to explore.
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So, please do your homework and determine the most credible information:

Indica and sativa are the two main types of cannabis. Here’s how to tell them apart.

Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid: What’s the Difference Between Cannabis Types?

History of Medical Cannabis,8599,1931247,00.html


Dustin Sulak, DO

International Cannabinoid Research Society

Study: CBD Oil “Highly Promising” In Pediatric Epilepsy Treatment

NORML: Marijuana Research Library

For 40 years, NORML has served as a clearinghouse for marijuana-related information. Much of this information, including transcripts of NORML’s testimony before Congress and state legislative committees, is now available online in NORML’s Library. 

Marijuana: A Primer
By Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director

What is Marijuana/Cannabis?

marijuana cannabis plantThe term ‘marijuana’ (sometimes spelled ‘marihuana’) is Mexican in origin and typically refers to any part of — or any one of — the three distinctive subspecies of the cannabis plant: cannabis sativa (which tends to grow tall and stalky), cannabis indica (which tends to grow smaller and bushier), or cannabis ruderalis (found primarily in Russia and Eastern Europe.)
Read and download the Primer here:

Cannabis and Cannabinoids–for health professionals (PDQ®)

Phytecs explores innovative clinical and preclinical endocannabinoid interventions that expand the options available to physicians, healthcare professionals and patients.


Integr8 Health: Medical Cannabis Educational Videos 

Recent Research on Medical Marijuana
Emerging Clinical Applications For Cannabis & Cannabinoids

A Review of the Recent Scientific Literature, 2000 — 2015

Located in the beautiful Rogue Valley, Kenevir Research is a natural products laboratory currently offering high quality Cannabis analytical services to Oregon’s Cannabis community.

Cutting-edge reporting on cannabis science, therapeutics and political economy as the CBD story unfolds. Understand the history.

The developing cannabis industry is benefiting many patients across the nation. With the rise in demand for medical cannabis, the need for medical research and information has never been more important. Here is a list of Medical Research links provided by Humboldt Patient Resource Center: 

Cannabis and Depression