About High Life Medical Marijuana Shop
Home Retail High Life Medical Marijuana Shop began as an idea to create a top-notch delivery service in the US and quickly evolved in much more. Even though California accepted legal Marijuana way back in 1996, we felt there was still a major lacking in quality and service. From what once started as a humble, flower-child type movement, evolved into the next California gold rush.
With literally thousands upon thousands of amazing strains from the best breeders in the world, ranging from famous cup-winners to potent, CBD-laden medical strains, High THC powerhouses, famous cheese seeds and popular white widow strains, all the way through to some of the rarest, hardest-to-find varieties in the world.
You can get it all right here at High Life Medical Marijuana Shop! Because we only ever work with breeders who meet our rigorous quality standards, you can be sure that whatever seeds you get from High Life Medical Marijuana Shop, they’ll make exceptional additions to your genetic library!
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The term medical marijuana refers to using the whole, unprocessed marijuana plant or its basic extracts to treat symptoms of illness and other conditions. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not recognized or approved the marijuana plant as medicine.
However, scientific study of the chemicals in marijuana, called cannabinoids, has led to two FDA-approved medications that contain cannabinoid chemicals in pill form. Continued research may lead to more medications.
Because the marijuana plant contains chemicals that may help treat a range of illnesses and symptoms, many people argue that it should be legal for medical purposes. In fact, a growing number of states have legalized marijuana for medical use.
Medical Marijuana Laws and Prescription Opioid Use Outcomes
A new study underscores the need for additional research on the effect of medical marijuana laws on opioid overdose deaths and cautions against drawing a causal connection between the two. Early research suggested that there may be a relationship between the availability of medical marijuana and opioid analgesic overdose mortality. In particular, a NIDA-funded study published in 2014 found that from 1999 to 2010, states with medical cannabis laws experienced slower rates of increase in opioid analgesic overdose death rates compared to states without such laws.