Articles tagged with "pain"
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Real cannabis worked in rare study on chronic painEmily Earlenbaugh - Published on June 14, 2023Read more
Pain and insomnia reports fell. Quality of life improved.
The NFL is throwing $1 million into cannabinoid researchCalvin Stovall - Published on February 1, 2022Read more
Players and researches want to know more about how cannabis could help tackle the league’s problems with painkillers and concussions.
5 legit cannabis products for menstrual painMarissa Wenzke - Published on June 24, 2021Read more
Pain relief is a woman’s right.
Strains to support parents through back-to-school seasonBrittany Parker - Published on September 2, 2020Read more
What cannabis strains are best for parents moonlighting as teachers this school year?
Unboxing the Marro Pain RollerLeafly Staff - Published on February 28, 2020Read more
The formula in Marro’s CBD Pain roller is blended with terpenes such as limonene, beta-caryophyllene and linalool, that work in synergy to help you manage pain and inflammation.
Where are Canada’s vaginal cannabis suppositories?Ashley Keenan - Published on February 19, 2020Read more
They’re legal, and patients say they help with endometriosis, menstrual cramps, and more—so why don’t we have vaginal cannabis suppositories in Canada yet?
Everything Canadians need to know about CBDLeafly Canada Staff - Published on December 20, 2019Read more
Learn everything you need to know about CBD in Canada, from emerging science to specific health applications, to laws around possession, use, and more.
Pro athletes eager to embrace cannabis, but are leagues listening?Randi Druzin - Published on September 25, 2019Read more
If recent developments in professional sports are any indication, it’s just a matter of time before cannabis is removed from the list of banned substances in North America’s biggest sports leagues.
How Customers Helped Develop Foria’s CBD Menstrual Relief SuppositoriesLeafly Staff - Published on May 30, 2019Read more
Foria’s cannabis products were first designed to enhance women’s arousal. But listening to feedback has allowed their team branch out and help combat ailments like menstrual pain as well.
How cannabis helps ‘spoonies’ soothe the symptoms of chronic illnessMeg Hartley - Published on May 17, 2019Read more
Cannabis can aid people with less well-known—but not uncommon—conditions, ones that often come with a life-long sentence. We call ourselves “spoonies.”