Educate Before You Medicate
Medical Cannabis has been shown to provide all types of health benefits!
All of us here at The Beeline Buzz look so forward to meeting you and providing you with outstanding customer service and a great amount of knowledge regarding our products. We want to help you understand medical cannabis and how it can help treat certain diseases and medical conditions. Cannabis has been misrepresented for so long and the first step is for people to get educated on all of the great benefits it has to offer.
What is Medical Marijuana
Medical marijuana is made of dried parts of the Cannabis sativa plant. Humans have turned to it as an herbal remedy for centuries, and today people use it to relieve symptoms or treat various diseases.
What is Marijuana Used For?
Marijuana's medicinal benefits are undeniable, now demonstrated by decades of studies published in highly respected medical journals.
- Relief of chronic pain
- Improves lung capacity
- Eating disorders
- Regulate and prevent diabetes
- Fight cancer
- Helps treat depression
- Shows promise in autism treatment
- Regulate seizures
- Alzheimer's disease
- Appetite loss
- Crohn's disease
- Diseases affecting the immune system such as HIV/AIDS or Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
- Mental health conditions like schizophrenia and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Muscle Spasms
How Do You Consume Marijuana?
- To take medical marijuana, you can: chemicals in medical marijuana -- are similar to chemicals the body
- Smoke it
- Inhale it through a device called a vaporizer that turns into a mist
- Eat it - for example, in a brownie or lollipop
- Apply it to your skin in a lotion, spray, oil, or cream
- Place a few drops of liquid under your tongue.
How you decide take it is up to you. Each method works differently in your body. If you smoke or vaporize cannabis, you feel the effects very quickly. If you eat it, it takes significantly longer. It can take 1 to 2 hours to experience the effects from the edible products.
How Does it Help?
Cannabinoids -- the active chemicals in medical marijuana -- are similar to chemicals the body makes that are involved in appetite, memory, movement, and pain.
Limited research suggests cannabinoids might:
- Reduce anxiety
- Reduce inflammation and relieve pain
- Control nausea and vomiting caused by cancer chemotherapy
- Kill cancer cells and slow tumor growth
- Relax tight muscles in people with MS
- Stimulate appetite and improve weight gain in people with cancer and AIDS
How do I become a medical patient in Oklahoma?
There is a standard application fee of $100 that may be altered if there is proof of Medicare or Medicaid (SoonerCare). Along with other proofs of identity, patients are required to have a form signed by his/her doctor recommending medical marijuana. Barring any extenuating circumstances, a patient license is valid for two years. For more information, please click below link.
How much cannabis can I buy?
A single transaction by a dispensary with a patient, or the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) if a patient is a licensed minor or caregiver is limited to three (3) ounces of usable marijuana, one (1) ounce of marijuana concentrate, seventy-two (72) ounces of medical marijuana products, six (6) mature plants, and/or six (6) seedling plants.
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