"We have this new appreciation for combining the CBD and the THC; historically, we made it a big deal to separate them. And it turns out when you put them together, the brain receptors like it." - Dr. Morris of Duber Medical
From the early days of 1996 to the intricate landscapes of cannabis in medicine today, Dr. Morris delves deep into the transformative potential and challenges of cannabis.
Discover the evolution of cannabis for therapeutic success, the shattered societal stigmas, and the complexities surrounding its use during pregnancy.
She also briefly touches on terpenes, their therapeutic effects, and how they can help with sleep. This conversation outlines the current state of cannabis in medicine and focuses on advocating for it since 1996. She provides an in-depth look at the improvements that have been made in terms of quality control and scientific research.
Additionally, Dr. Morris shares her thoughts on the stigmas surrounding cannabis as a medicine and how physicians are becoming increasingly open to discussing its use. It is crucial to spread awareness about the benefits of cannabis products through professional associations and networks.
This isn't just about recreation; it's about revolutionizing healthcare.
[00:00 - 09:59] Cannabis as a Medicine: From 1996 to Now, Quality Control and Therapeutic Success
[10:00 - 19:40] How Medical Professionals are Promoting Cannabis for Chronic Pain Management
[19:41 - 30:54] Exploring the Benefits and Challenges of Medical Marijuana
[30:55 - 38:11] Benefits, Risks, and Regulations of Medical Marijuana
[38:12 - 44:30] How Different States Are Handling Medical Marijuana
[44:31 - 52:41] Exploring the Variations of Cannabis Use Across States
[52:42 - 54:09] The Future of Duber
Dr. Morris is the Chief Medical Officer of Duber Medical. Her physician and woman-owned practice works with a diverse population of more than 8,000 patients across 11 states, gaining first-hand knowledge of the clinical benefits of medical marijuana! With more than 30 years of medical experience, Dr. Gabrielle Morris possesses a BS in Chemistry from West Virginia University and a Doctorate of Medicine from Marshall University. She is board-certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgeons, the American Board of Independent Medical Examiners, and the National Board of Medical Examiners. Her career spans a myriad of specialties, including Neurological Surgery, Trauma, Complex Orthopedic Spinal Surgery, and Emergency Medicine.
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