India’s Sleep Market Should Consider Medical Cannabis

Indians and the world in general have compromised on a lot of sleep. According to Fitbit (which was acquired by Google for $2 billion), Indians are the least active among 18 other countries considered in the study, logging only 6533 steps a day, a full 3600 steps lesser as compared to the most active country, … Continue reading India’s Sleep Market Should Consider Medical Cannabis

A Medical Cannabis Cure For India’s Opioid Pain

“There cannot be two kinds of medicine—conventional and alternative. There is only medicine that has been adequately tested and medicine that has not, medicine that works and medicine that may or may not work. Once a treatment has been tested rigorously, it no longer matters whether it was considered alternative at the outset.” Marcia Angell - … Continue reading A Medical Cannabis Cure For India’s Opioid Pain

The Case For Cannabis as a Health Supplement and Medicine

Note: Neither does this post nor the website promote the use of recreational cannabis in any way. The aim is always, to educate and inform our readers to think critically about every aspect of their lives. Pause for one moment and think. How do you live your life? In the sense, how does your food … Continue reading The Case For Cannabis as a Health Supplement and Medicine

The Case For Medical Marijuana In India

Disclaimer: This post does not promote the use of recreational cannabis (marijuana) in any way. The purpose, as always is to educate and inform the complexities involved in making decisions that have a bearing on the lives of millions of individuals. To invoke a bit of philosophy to begin with, India's problems are unique and … Continue reading The Case For Medical Marijuana In India