Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Blog

Will Having a Medical Marijuana Card Show Up On A Background Check?

Will Having a Medical Marijuana Card Show Up On A Background Check?

As an ever-increasing number of states legalize medical marijuana, more and more people are realizing the powerful therapeutic properties of cannabis. Yet, because cannabis is still illegal at the federal level of government in the USA, many are worried that obtaining...
What Temperature Should I Be Vaporizing At?

What Temperature Should I Be Vaporizing At?

Cannabis flower contains over a hundred different cannabinoids, or types of medicines, many of which are activated at different boiling points. However, vaporizing at temperatures higher than 350’F, or around 180’C, is not only unnecessary, but also...
The Best Edibles for Pain Relief

The Best Edibles for Pain Relief

Edibles can be a very effective part of a cannabis treatment plan, but it’s just not as simple, if you want consistent and effective relief, as nibbling at a chocolate bar. There are an array of details to consider.  Let’s have a look at a few. Why...
Why Cannabis Patients Should Stay in the Medical System

Why Cannabis Patients Should Stay in the Medical System

The advent and continued growth of medical marijuana programs across the country has led to an unprecedented number of people interested in using cannabis therapeutically. However, the fact that cannabis remains classified as a Schedule I drug, and is still considered...
Top Ten Questions About Cannabis

Top Ten Questions About Cannabis

Question 1: Can cannabis help with pain? Yes, cannabis can help with pain.  Cannabis has been shown, to use the words of the National Academy of Science, to incontrovertibly help with pain. Types of pain vary and the approach to treatment varies based on those...
Interactions Between Cannabis and Common Prescription Medications

Interactions Between Cannabis and Common Prescription Medications

Although cannabis-based medicines like tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) are generally considered to be well-tolerated and safe, it is simply false that these compounds are entirely harmless, especially for those who take multiple other medications to...