Medicinal Microdosing: Smaller doses of cannabis for anxiety and other disorders

by Samoon Ahmad • April 23, 2019

As seen in Psychology Today As more Americans become acquainted with cannabis following its legalization for either recreational or medicinal purposes, they are learning first-hand what researchers have known for years: Regular cannabis users can develop a tolerance to the psychoactive effects of Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol, the primary intoxicant in cannabis that is typically referred to as […]

A Test for Bipolar Disease? A recent discovery could make it a reality

by Samoon Ahmad • April 2, 2019

As seen in Psychology Today A team of medical researchers based in the University of Policlinico Hospital in Milan, Italy claim that they have discovered biomarkers for bipolar patients with and without psychosis. The team’s study, which was published in the journal Bipolar Disorders, found that the brains of both sets of bipolar patients, those […]

Are Seniors Going to Pot? Evidence suggests cannabis use is growing among America’s elderly

by Samoon Ahmad • March 26, 2019

As seen in Psychology Today Medical marijuana (or medical cannabis) has been used to bring relief to patients who suffer from a wide variety of symptoms for more than two decades. It has shown to be an effective treatment for individuals with specific forms of epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and those wrestling with the most unpleasant […]