Medical Marijuana: marijuana, which is derived from the dried leaves and flowers of the herbal plant Cannabis sativa, is used illegally as a recreational drug but also legally when prescribed for medicinal and therapeutic uses.
(Salem Health Addictions and Substance Abuse, 2013)
Electronic Books on Medical Marijuana
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Marijuana -- Therapeutic use
Chronic Disease -- drug therapy -- United States.
Cannabinoids -- Therapeutic use
Materia medica, Vegetable
Marijuan -- Law and legislation
Cannabis -- Therapeutic use
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Films On Demand Video Collection
Below are some titles in our Films On Demand Video Collection on the topic of medical marijuana and its legalization. Your ID# and pin (MMDD) are required to access the videos.
- Marijuana: Medical Uses
- Cannabis - Tradition
- Cannabis - Horticultural Challenges
- Medical Use of Cannabis
- Legalization of Marijuana
- Marijuana: Legal or Illegal?
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