FDA-approved pot available NOW [Roundup]
The first FDA-approved cannabis medicine now available with a prescription
Welcome to this Monday's roundup!
In a U.S. first, there is now a legal FDA-approved cannabinoid medication on the market.
This is a mixed bag for observers, who are glad to see mainstream acceptance of pot's medicinal properties but are skeptical that large pharmaceutical companies are the best agents of delivery.
In less controversial substance news, more evidence of coffee's brain benefits is emerging!
Canadian researchers found a link between coffee compounds called phenylindanes and the ability to fight Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. That full story is right here.
The brain research continues with a remarkable story from the University of North Carolina.
That's where researchers are using electrical currents to stimulate the brain's natural pain-fighting ability. This means we could soon see a noninvasive way to cause your OWN brain to stop your pain.
With the mounting opioid crisis, any news on fighting pain more safely is good news! UNC's own reporting on the story is right here.
Stay tuned this week!
Exciting things are happening at the Clear Health Now office, including an interview with a Harvard medical student on the future of health care in the U.S.
To your health,
President, Longevity Insider HQ