Adverse Effects For all the benefits that marijuana gives you, its use is also associated with some adverse effects. Cottonmouth, red eyes, those are not a big deal. However, there are instances when THC - the primary psychoactive compound - could be overbearing. It could bring on other complications, including anxiety and paranoia. You have questions? Leave them here. Medicinal Uses How has marijuana helped you? If you have a personal experience, share it with the rest of the world here. Enough of the testimonies, though. There’s no shortage of that, and it keeps piling up - every day. More importantly, there are several research and studies conducted to ascertain the efficacy of its therapeutic effects on numerous illnesses. If you are thinking about using it for relief, consulting a professional is the first recourse. You could also get ideas from other patients here. Growing & Usage There is no one way to grow medicinal marijuana. The question is: Do you want it to be the cleanest and purest? Regardless if this is your first time, being a newbie has not stopped others from harvesting hundreds of grams of highly potent buds. From planning to preparing the equipment needed, down to cultivating the plants, there are plenty of things to think about. But that’s not all. There’s also the matter of post-harvest processing. Lastly, there are a plethora of ways you could use the buds or extracts. Got a question? Ask. Medical Marijuana Licensing Guide At the federal level, marijuana remains prohibited. Not in individual states, though. Some still do not allow its cultivation or use while others do. Now, even if you happen to live in a place where you could buy and consume pot for therapeutic purposes, you would need one more thing. Apply for a medical marijuana card, otherwise called cannabis card or MMID. In this section, you can discuss anything from legal issues to getting a license.