FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

What makes your health plan better?

It’s simple, the best part is our doctors work with patients to discover the root cause of their illness. We are Cannabis Friendly and treat PATIENTS WITH DIGNITY AND RESPECT regardless of their addiction. We put their health and safety first and are the most important things in life.

Does Cannabis Cure Cancer?

Truth is Yes, but most of the time and depending on the type of cancer it only decreases the size so small we can see. Its call remission and sometime cancer comes back.  Each patient should have the right to MMJ, it has to be better than opioids? Right?

Is Cannabis Dangerous?

Yes, cannabis can be dangerous. Although many people are adamant about the benefits of weed, there is research that reports adverse effects of marijuana use. A 2018 review on the negative effects of marijuana use reported that 62 out of 68 user reviews reported mental health disorders, changes in brain structure, cognitive problems, impaired driving, increased risk of stroke, and even testicular cancer following marijuana use.

Recently, many people were even wondering if there was a vaping ban in Florida. While not all individuals who eat or smoke cannabis may experience these problems, the fact that they have happened to some is still a cause for concern.

How Do You Use Marijuana?

Marijuana can be smoked, mixed into food, or brewed as a tea. Lately, however, the most popular form of marijuana use is referred to as “dabbing,” which involves a concentrated dose of cannabis extract that is smoked.

What's The Difference Between Sativa and Indica Edibles?

Sativa strains offer a psychoactive high that is considered exhilarating. Because of its uplifting side effects, many weed users use Sativa recreationally at parties or other high-energy situations. Indica edibles, on the other hand, make users feel relaxed and calm. Although there is little evidence to back up these claims, many Sativa and Indica edible users have reported experiencing these side effects.

What Does It Feel Like to Be High on Weed?

Being high on marijuana can make you feel alert, happy, relaxed, hungry, confused, and even paranoid. The side effects of marijuana may vary depending on the strain, the terpenoid content, and the person. While many believe that marijuana is entirely safe and relaxing, it can actually cause anxiety, paranoia, confusion, and panic.

Does Marijuana Cause Brain Damage?

Marijuana can cause brain damage by killing brain cells and affecting the way they communicate with each other. Memory, learning, and even your IQ can be affected by long-term marijuana use.

Does Smoking Weed Damage My Lungs?

Smoking weed can definitely damage your lungs. Side effects like bronchitis and a buildup of air pockets in between the lungs are common among frequent smokers. The extent of lung damage caused by marijuana use depends on how you smoke it as well. Pipes, bongs, joints, blunts, and vapes are some of the ways a person can smoke marijuana.

What’s The Difference Between THC and CBD?

The biggest difference between THC and CBD is that the latter doesn’t produce a high. CBD actually works to reduce any adverse psychoactive effects that may occur from THC.

How Is Synthetic Marijuana Different From Natural Marijuana?

As the name suggests, synthetic marijuana is different from natural marijuana because it’s man-made. Fake weed has been known to cause adverse effects in its users, including addiction. Synthetic weed is unregulated and often contains chemicals unknown to users. Some common side effects of synthetic weed include high blood pressure, tremors, anxiety, paranoia, and psychotic episodes.

At CannaCare, we know that many people are unsure about the truth behind marijuana use. While some are worried about what it can do to the brain and body, others are happy about its legalization. We hope our answers to the 10 most common questions about marijuana can clear up any confusion you may have.

Using any kind of substance frequently can easily result in dependency. Many people who become reliant on marijuana require addiction programs and therapies to recover. While certain properties of weed may be natural, it doesn’t mean it’s entirely safe.

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