Green Compassion Network's Blog
We understand that the daily symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS) are not easy to manage. They can be painful, irritating, and disruptive to your daily life. Fortunately, the THC in medical marijuana has been proven to help aid in managing patients’ daily symptoms of MS.
Just 1% of practicing physicians in the state have the required certification to recommend medical marijuana at this time.
Medical marijuana is approved to treat certain conditions in the state of Ohio. Learn how this natural extract can help with pain management and other symptoms.
New Study Finds Medical Marijuana Decreases Number of Hospital Visits of Sickle Cell Disease Patients
This new information can help patients across the country decrease their painful symptoms.
The State of Ohio is not ready to expand the program to meet the demands of patients and dispensaries.
The State of Ohio has lifted the ban on Tele-Health MMJ card appointments as an emergency response to COVID-19.
The medical marijuana program, run by the Ohio Board of Pharmacy and the Commerce Department, has grown exponentially over the past year. Fully launched in April 2019, the program saw $2.2 million in sales for over 300 pounds of medical marijuana.
Ohio continues to put its best foot forward regarding marijuana and its residents. Rather than continuing to arrest individuals for small drug crimes, the Ohio Senate doubled its decriminalization amount of marijuana and reduced other criminal penalties.
Green Compassion Network was featured during Healthcare Week on June 18, 2020, on 1480 am WHBC.