71% of National Respondents Use Cannabis to Reduce Unwanted Prescription Medication Intake

3 Oct 2018 11:05 PM | Marion (Administrator)

Out of our national survey, a striking 71% are using cannabis to reduce unwanted prescription medication intake. We are seeing variances among different populations, demographics, and regions about WHICH types of medications, WHY people seek and alternative to scripts, and are ASKING for information. We at C3RN are providing an alternative solution to the usual question of "where do I go to find information that is based on evidence"? -- JOIN the Center of Excellence now to share you voice, expertise, and provide guidance on where this field should go to advance rights and evidence-based information! 

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  • 18 Apr 2019 7:30 PM | Gabriella Moreton
    First of all drinking and drugs are not good for your health. If you still go for those things it is your own personal matter, but do not endanger other people with your actions. For If you are drunk or are under influence of Cannabis drugs, just call a cab to take you home. You can contact cab at https://www.queensland-assignment.com/ that will solve your problem.
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