Project CBD – Cannabidiol Science

Many physicians refrain from approving Cannabis use by patients because they learned nothing about Cannabis in medical school and cannot knowledgeably advise patients about dosage, side effects, mechanism of action, etc. This talk by UCSF oncologist/AIDS specialist Donald Abrams, M.D. to residents at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center is an exceptionally clear overview of the medical Cannabis field.


Many physicians refrain from approving Cannabis use by patients because they learned nothing about Cannabis in medical school and cannot knowledgeably advise patients about dosage, side effects, mechanism of action, etc. This talk, published by the Americans for Safer Access (ASA) and including the particpation of UCSF oncologist/AIDS specialist Donald Abrams, M.D. to residents at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center is an exceptionally clear overview of the medical Cannabis field. Rolando Tringale, MD, invited Dr. Abrams on behalf of the Family Medicine Residency Program. O’Shaughnessy’s arranged for videographer Chad Rea to tape the event.

The situation concerning medicinal cannabis is rapidly changing around the world, giving hope to many. However, misconceptions about the plant due to decades of misinformation and miscommunication continue to slow the process down. This is one of the reasons which has led Sensi Seeds to develop its blog further in order to share accurate information about one of the world’s most beneficial ressources: Cannabis.

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Barbara Costanzo

Can you have the same medical benafits from hemp as marijuana? Why is growing hemp illegal?

02/10/2013

Nicholas

How much cannabidiol (CBD) is there in hemp seeds?

26/01/2014

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