A Brief History: Medical marijuana (MMJ) has eased both mental and physical pains across 4 continents for over 5 millennia. Europeans in the Victorian era valued its benefit for rheumatic and menstrual pains, and by 1850 it was included in the official pharmacy guide called the “U.S. Pharmacopeia” (To this day, the USP is referenced […]
Are you feeling exhausted and yet overwhelmed with your workload?
Worried about your health and yet barely able to keep up with your daily tasks? Energy is low, and sleep is elusive some nights. These extra ten or twenty pounds seemed to come out of nowhere, and are slowing you down. When you look in the mirror, do you wonder “Who is this person?”
Many yoga poses have been found to be especially effective for diabetes. I’ve selected a few that incorporate the various benefits of yoga through different mechanisms of action. Some of the ways that Yoga can improve diabetes are:
Yoga can be very helpful for preparing the body for deep, sound sleep. This is important because sleep provides the body the opportunity to heal. This is especially true with chronic illness, such as diabetes or autoimmunity, because the path to reversing these conditions may require months of devoted attention to your treatment plan.
Either through your own research or having exhausted other options, you have found your way to Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN). Perhaps, like many conventional healthcare professionals, you have questions about how it works. Here are medical answers to your most pressing questions: Is it safe? Does it work?
Marijuana is currently legal for medicinal use in 21 states, plus another 8 states recreationally (1). While its benefit and legality has spurred moral and political controversy for nearly 100 years, the facts regarding cannabis remain indifferent to these quibbles.