Whether you’re a new patient looking for medical advice or a curious mind who loves cannabis entertainment, blogs are a great source to start your medical marijuana journey. Check out Peninsula Alternative Health’s top blogs that you should be reading regularly:
Cannabis Culture. The minds behind Pot TV created this online resource in the 90s. It includes breaking news on government and work policy, local grower stories, historical information, and natural photography.
Cannabis Digest. Cannabis Digest is from the people at the International Hempology 101 Society, a nonprofit dedicated to informing the world about the advantages of growing hemp and the medical use of cannabis.
The Cannabist. One of the leading marijuana news websites, The Cannabist also includes information about cannabis culture, reviews, food, and other resources like a newsletter and highly active news and culture postings.
CannaEffect. CannaEffect is a nonprofit run by Erin McDonald, the brains behind Cashinbis, a popular cannabis industry news source. Her vision is to help patients and debunk stigma by featuring stories from patients who use cannabis to treat serious medical conditions.
The Joint Blog. This blog tracks news from new medical studies and legalization in cannabis, including ballots, voting, and polls. It also includes guest articles and miscellaneous information that directly relates to the current cannabis industry.
Leafly. One of the most popular online resources for cannabis, Leafly crowdsources information on strains, so patients can anticipate any effects and select the best strain for their qualifying condition.
Leaf Science. The mission of this Canadian-based website is to lead the discussion surrounding cannabis science and government policy. Their Health A-Z section offers a directory of expert research opinions and articles on qualifying conditions with this alternative treatment.
Marijuana Doctor’s Medical Marijuana Blog. As seen on ABC’s Good Morning America, Jimmy Kimmel Live, CNN, and Time, the Marijuana Doctors offer basic medical cannabis information, global legalization news, national and state guides, and social articles, such as medical cannabis and the National Football League.
Marijuana Health Wellness Blog. Marijuana Health Wellness, run by Dr. Muhammad Mirza, a board-certified physician based out of New Jersey, provides quality information on the medical benefits and risks of consuming cannabis.
Medical Jane. Medical Jane empowers medical cannabis patients and activists with industry news and relevant information about the best strains, companies, industry events, and influential people. The education section of the MJ Directory includes a list of training opportunities for patients looking to learn more about cannabis.
Medical Marijuana Attorney Blog. This legal blog is designed to provide services and information about medical marijuana. Because medical marijuana resides in a legal gray area in many locations, medical marijuana patients need information about the law and crime classification.
Medical Marijuana Blog. MedicalMarijuanaBlog.com highlights medical studies, news, and industry trends within the medical cannabis community. The website also offers a legalization map, which breaks down the laws in each jurisdiction where the alternative treatment is legal.
Peninsula Alternative Health. As part of our new dispensary in Salisbury, Maryland, PAH is one of leading medical cannabis sources in the state. With new blogs every week, our staff discusses medical information with occasional social and political commentary.
Toke of the Town. This informational, entertaining opinion blog includes medical information, culture posts, dispensary maps, and active legislation news.
United Patients Group’s Medical Marijuana and Cannabis Blog. UPG “is an unparalleled resource and trusted leader in Medical Cannabis for physicians, patients and organizations”, leading to a comprehensive source on this alternative treatment. With regular posts about qualifying symptoms, case studies, and more, new patients should check out this resource before heading to a dispensary.
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