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Medical marijuana

archaic prohibition the law that forbids the illegal selling and distribution
inflammatory rhetoric a style of speaking or writing that is intended to influenced people
cultivation the process of trying to acquire or develop a quality or skill
substantial interest a term that applies in many contexts and often isn't capable of precise definition
implemented put a decision ,plan, or a agreement into effect
Tourette syndrome a nervous system disorder involving repetitive movements or unwanted sounds
analgesia the inability to feel pain
gastrointestinal disorder involves gastrointestinal tract stomach, small intestine
cannabidiol (CBD) 1 of at least 113 active cannabinoids identify in cannabis
Alzheimer's disease a progressive disease that destroys memory and other important mental functions
periphery the outer limits or edge of an area or object
endocannabinoids a group of endogenous cannabinoid receptors located in the mammalian brain
opiates a drug with morphine-like effects derived from opium
ajulemic acid a synthetic nonpsychoactive cannabinoid
neuropathic chronic pain resulting from injury to the nervous system
psychoactive chiefly of a drug affecting the mind
opioids an opium-like compounds that binds to one or more of the 3 opioid receptors of the body
anecdotal not necessarily true or reliable cause personal accounts
dispensaries where cannabinoid content can vary a great deal and cannabis sold there
pesticides substances meant for attracting, seducing , and then destroy any pests
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