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Are you Hurting?

Cannabis is highly effective in treating pain and inflammation

  • Arthritis

    Cannabis molecules can ease the pain signals from nerve receptors, fight inflammation and repair the joint itself.

  • Alzheimer

    THC can slow the production of beta-amyloid proteins, which is a key contributor to the progression of Alzheimer’s.

  • Cancer

    Cannabis extracts can fight many types of cancer in humans. It can directly kill or inhibit most major forms of cancer by stopping the growth of metastasis.

  • Anxiety Disorders

    CBD can work fast as an antidepressant and anxiolytic, without habit forming consumption.

  • Chronic Pain

    Both THC and CBD are known to work as analgesics, easing or completely eliminating the pain; especially when used together due to their congruent chemical synergies.

Benefits of THC

Benefits of CBD

Is it legal?

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Cannabis can be consumed in many ways. Each method includes different THC and CBD percentages, and if its Sativa, Hybrid or Indica. These properties will indicate the effects it may cause in your body.

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Having a medical cannabis licence in Puerto Rico will lead you to great possibilities for your healing process.

Benefits of THC

Tetrahydrocannabinol is cannabis primary psychoactive component. It is a chemical secreted in high doses around the reproductive organs, as well as in the resin glands of the bud or flower of the female marijuana plant.

Anti-inflammatory

Pain killer

Bronchodilator

Antispasmodic

Antioxidant

Benefits of CBD

Cannabidiol is the second most common active ingredient in cannabis. It is completely non-psycoactive.

Anxiolytic

Anticonvulsant

Anti-inflammatory

Antioxidant

Antidepressant

Antipsychotic

Is it completely legal?

In January 2016, the Puerto Rico Health Department authorized the use of medical cannabis to treat symptoms of debilitating conditions by licensing and being part of a registry managed by the department itself.