Relief Medical Center - News & Articles

RMC Happenings

Howdy, Readers. We’re going to focus on some office news and updates this week so you can know what’s going on in the Relief Medical Center world. We’ve got a few promotions going on currently: $50 off for first time or renewal Medical Marijuana certifications. This is a special offer that will only last for a limited time so make sure to book an appointment for an evaluation as soon as you can. Click here to book!  Just a reminder, we [...]

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Medical Marijuana and Cancer Treatment

Medical Marijuana is quickly being adopted across the United States as an effective treatment for a variety of illnesses and diseases. One of the most common uses for marijuana as a medicinal treatment is for patients with cancer. Medical Marijuana has been shown to positively impact those struggling with cancer in several key ways. Marijuana is often used to treat the symptoms of chemotherapy patients. Cancer patients who undergo chemotherapy almost always experience some degree of nausea, loss of appetite, extreme fatigue, pain, insomnia, and [...]

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Medical Marijuana and Epilepsy

Medical Marijuana & Epilepsy Hi everyone. November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month, so we’ll be talking about what Epilepsy is and how medical marijuana can help those suffering with the disease. Epilepsy is a fairly common neurological disease that impacts nearly 4 percent of the United States. Those who suffer from epilepsy experience uncontrollable seizures that can strike anywhere at any time. While epilepsy can be caused by a traumatic brain injury, but more often than that, the cause of the seizures is simply unknown. While [...]

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Brief History of Medical Marijuana

Even though medical marijuana has only been legalized fairly recently at the state levels, it has a storied history of usage to treat a wide variety of medical issues. The earliest records of marijuana usage as a medical treatment date back to China as early as 2700 B.C. where it was used in tea form to combat gout and rheumatism. It spread from China across much of Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. In ancient India, cannabis was used for [...]

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