The legalization of medical cannabis has led to its use in treating a growing number of health problems.
Known as the 1st Lady of the West Coast, or simply, 1st Lady, she was raised in Oakland, in the Bay Area of California, across the bay from San Francisco.
Women of Weed World – Women in Cannabis: A Living History -Survey finding women’s voices in the cannabis space – By Sharon Letts
A grassroots survey intended to provide monthly and quarterly reports on women in the cannabis industry has been circulating on social media, begun by Ladyjane Branding and Wolfe Research & Consulting and sponsored by several companies in the space.
The pregnancy stage is crucial to every woman as it signifies the beginning of a new life. Most women go through pregnancy well, but that does not mean that it is usually a walk in the park. Pregnancy comes with different symptoms, from morning sickness to anxiety, which makes this stage even more complicated and exhausting.
Tired of politicians dodging the debate on the legalization and normalization of cannabis in all its forms – from recreational and medical to the embrace of hemp as an alternative to manmade materials that harm the planet? Then perhaps it’s time for a Citizens’ Assembly…
Almost five million Canadians consumed cannabis in some form during the three month period. One quarter of men, and 16 per cent of women, reported they plan to consume it in the next three months.
We’ve looked at alcohol consumption, gambling and now cannabis use across the menstrual cycle
Several studies suggest that U.S. state-level legalization of cannabis for medical purposes may be associated with reductions in opioid use; yet its relationship with stimulant use, particularly in high-risk populations like unstably housed women, has received less attention. Associations between use of cannabis and “street drugs” depend on whether the cannabis is obtained through a medical context. Interventions, research, and policy considering the influence of cannabis on the use of other drugs may benefit by distinguishing between medical and non-medical cannabis use.