Autoimmune Conditions and Cannabis

What does the science state?

Last month I was honored to represent, Cannabis Nurses of Color during a live discussion with Minorities for Medical Marijuana. The topic of discussion was autoimmune disorders that affect black and brown communities and the benefits of cannabis to help with these conditions.

Listen in as we discuss the research, science, and nuance of cannabis medicine to help manage autoimmune conditions. Some of the conditions include multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, fibromyalgia, and irritable bowel syndrome. There have been such promising results in the use of cannabinoid therapy and it’s no wonder why women particularly; women of color are wanting to learn more about cannabis for their health and wellness.

On a recent episode of How to Do the Pot, I shared a bit more about lupus and autoimmune conditions. Take a listen.

Want to share your thoughts on cannabis for autoimmune conditions? Let me know in the comments below. Have you tried cannabis for autoimmune conditions or know someone who has? What were the results?


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It’s time to reclaim our health.

You've heard about the benefits of cannabis but wonder how you can use plant med for everyday wellness and health. Perhaps you'd like to replace products in your traditional medicine cabinet with plant based alternatives.

Ready to learn more about cannabis and how it can support your health with or without the HIGH:
* Appetite
* Bone health
* Metabolism
* Immune function
* Inflammation
* Mood
* Memory
* Pain sensation
* Skin health
* Sleep
* Stress

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Let’s work people! Take a moment to send a letter to your member of congress. It’s easy and most importantly impactful! We want MORE well now it’s CAOA but I@don’t have a cute saying for that! Click the link in bio and send your letter please! 💚💚💚

n the last Congressional session, NORML supporters drove hundreds of thousands of messages to Congress in support of our reform efforts. And while we made history in the House, we came up short in the Senate under then-Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Today, things are different. With support for reform by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, along with allies Cory Booker and Ron Wyden, there is a real window in the US Senate to bring about tangible change.

While Sens. Schumer, Booker, and Wyden continue to review public comments regarding The Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act, we need the House to ramp up the pressure on their Senate colleagues to generate enough elected officials to the table to overcome the legislative filibuster.

So right now, we must strike while momentum is on our side. Contact your member of Congress and tell them now is the time to do their job and represent you by supporting a repeal of marijuana prohibition.

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Home.🗽Visiting family. Exploring my city with my little peach. Enjoying food, family and everything that this pandemic has made seem challenging.

Check in with your family. Teach them about cannabis as medicine. Sharing healthy, conscious ways to consume and the benefits of cannabis with my family has been the highlight of my trip.

Plant seeds without judgment and share with no expectations. You’ll be surprised who is listening and who is taking notes. 💚🌿

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Do you struggle with falling asleep or staying asleep?

Sleep is essential for maintaining our mental and physical health, yet it eludes many adults. Insomnia , wakefulness and exhaustion is a very common problem, one that takes a toll on your energy, mood, and ability to function during the day.

The first thing we address during consults is SLEEP! Even if that’s not the primary concern for the visit. Some cannabis strains can help with relaxation and even sedating effects which helps us to get a better night’s sleep.

Cannabis has analgesic properties that may provide some relief for those with chronic pain, while the anti-anxiety properties can soothe a stressed out mind and body.

Sleep is one of the biggest challenges among my clients. Methods of cannabis consumption also matter.

With oral/edible products:
To get to sleep take 1-2 hours before bedtime.

To stay asleep take right at bedtime.

Inhalation may help you get to sleep but the duration of inhaled cannabis is 2-4 hrs with such a short window of effect, inhalation may not support a full night’s sleep.

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