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At least 91 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose. An inside look at the growing epidemic tonight on @nightline. #opioid #nightline #opioids #opioidcrisis #heroin #overdose #narcan

😳😳😳 conciencia #Reposting @abcnews with @instarepost_app -- At least 91 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose. An inside look at the growing epidemic tonight on @nightline. #opioid #nightline #opioids #opioidcrisis #heroin #overdose #narcan

highly recommend this article... good to know the FDA is legally ruining America from the inside-out. #FeminismLOL #THOTthoughts #MGTOWingThruLife #OpioidEpidemic #Opioid

New embroidery piece I just stitched up! This is naloxone/narcan, the drug that is used to stop an opioid overdose. Text on small pharmaceutical vials is a real pain to stitch well. This is version 2.0 because 1.0 was incomprehensible. .
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#naloxone #harmreduction #opioid #overdose #embroidery

Big Pharma hates headlines like this.. A new survey, (the largest to date!) on #cannabidiol (CBD) suggests that a growing # of patients are finding more relief from CBD than traditional pharmaceuticals / OTC pain relievers. 💊
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Conducted by the #BrightfieldGroup and HellMD and covering 2,400 of HelloMD’s community of 150,000 members, the survey found that 55 % of CBD users were women, while men preferred #THC-dominant products.
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The most common reasons people used CBD were to treat #insomnia, #depression, #anxiety and joint pain.✔
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“We are seeing an exponential rise in the interest of CBD products from our patient community—particularly among women,” said Solomon. 📈 “While we still have much to learn about CBD, we cannot ignore this one fact; the majority of those using CBD products today receive great benefit. This has the potential for far-reaching consequences.”
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Fully 42 % of CBD users in the study said they had stopped using traditional medications like Tylenol, ibuprofen and stronger prescription (and addictive) pain relievers, after successfully switching to CBD, reported Forbes.
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80% said that they found the products to be “very or extremely effective,” with only 3 % saying they had felt little to no effect.
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“This study is exciting because it shows there is potentially a huge barely-tapped market for CBD products that could improve the lives of many people" 👩💬 said Bethany Gomez, director of research for Brightfield Group. “With further research and public education, CBD could be an effective alternative treatment for many people, particularly at a time when our nation is in the midst of an #opioid crisis.”
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By Maureen Meehan via @hightimesmagazine

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A little #BTS with @joyvbehar this morning on @theviewabc set. Be sure to tune in today, I'll be discussing the #Opioid #Epidemic 10amPST & 11amEST

On behalf of @realdonaldtrump, Kellyanne Conway and I attended a listening session with Governor Bill Haslam in Chattanooga, #Tennessee to hear directly from Tennesseans about the #opioid crisis in their state. Thank you for sharing your stories--your losses and your victories. We are committed to walking with Tennesseans, and with every American struggling to beat addiction, until every last one of us is out of the woods.

@Regrann from @nowthisnews - These ,#babies born with opioid addictions are using music therapy - #opioidabuse #opioid

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Opiate/opioid #painkillers act by stimulating #opioid receptors in the brain and nervous system. There are a large number of #opiate/opioid medicines like codeine, morphine and methadone. It is easy to get #addicted to these painkillers and they should only be used with caution in case of extreme pain and only upon prescription by a Doctor. Pharmacies in India are largely unregulated and some dispense such medicines even without a prescription. 
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As the #opioidepidemic rages on, those professing to seek “solutions” are willfully ignoring one of the most promising treatments – #medicalcannabis. When the Comprehensive Addiction & Recovery Act (CARA) was being debated in 2016, amendments to study medical #cannabis were stripped out.

This happened despite studies showing that medical cannabis eases neuropathic pain, and the government’s own National Institutes of Health stating, “#Medicalmarijuana products may have a role in reducing the use of opioids needed to control pain.” There were also studies showing that deaths from #opioids plummet in states with #legalcannabis, and that 80 percent of #cannabis users give up prescription pills. A Feb. 2017 study confirmed that #opioid dependence and overdoses dropped significantly in medical cannabis states.

In January 2017, the National Academies of Science published an exhaustive review of the scientific literature and found that one of the most promising areas in medical cannabis is for the treatment of chronic pain.

But all of this falls on deaf ears to those in the pockets of #BigPharma, which is largely to blame for getting #America hooked on opioids, as described in a #Harvard analysis.

Now, a new experimental study has shown exactly how cannabis works to treat opioid addiction – by actually blocking the opioid reward in the brain. “This study sought to determine whether the cannabis constituent cannabidiol attenuates the development of morphine reward in the conditioned place preference paradigm. Separate groups of mice received either saline or morphine in combination with one of four doses of cannabidiol using three sets of drug/no-drug conditioning trials. After drug-place conditioning, morphine mice displayed robust place preference that was attenuated by 10 mg/kg cannabidiol. Further, when administered alone, this dose of cannabidiol was void of rewarding and aversive properties. The finding that cannabidiol blocks opioid reward suggests that this compound may be useful in addiction treatment settings.” 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾#WarOnDrugs #WarOnConsciousness #Repost @freedom_faction with @insta.save.repost • • •

Funny that since #herion has hit #white #america it is called #opioid and its now an #epedimic 🤔🤦🏾‍♂️🙅🏾‍♂️#truth #facts #abc #nightline #news #usa

@Regrann from @mt.one.1 - As the #opioidepidemic rages on, those professing to seek “solutions” are willfully ignoring one of the most promising treatments – #medicalcannabis. When the Comprehensive Addiction & Recovery Act (CARA) was being debated in 2016, amendments to study medical #cannabis were stripped out.

This happened despite studies showing that medical cannabis eases neuropathic pain, and the government’s own National Institutes of Health stating, “#Medicalmarijuana products may have a role in reducing the use of opioids needed to control pain.” There were also studies showing that deaths from #opioids plummet in states with #legalcannabis, and that 80 percent of #cannabis users give up prescription pills. A Feb. 2017 study confirmed that #opioid dependence and overdoses dropped significantly in medical cannabis states.

In January 2017, the National Academies of Science published an exhaustive review of the scientific literature and found that one of the most promising areas in medical cannabis is for the treatment of chronic pain.

But all of this falls on deaf ears to those in the pockets of #BigPharma, which is largely to blame for getting #America hooked on opioids, as described in a #Harvard analysis.

Now, a new experimental study has shown exactly how cannabis works to treat opioid addiction – by actually blocking the opioid reward in the brain. “This study sought to determine whether the cannabis constituent cannabidiol attenuates the development of morphine reward in the conditioned place preference paradigm. Separate groups of mice received either saline or morphine in combination with one of four doses of cannabidiol using three sets of drug/no-drug conditioning trials. After drug-place conditioning, morphine mice displayed robust place preference that was attenuated by 10 mg/kg cannabidiol. Further, when administered alone, this dose of cannabidiol was void of rewarding and aversive properties. The finding that cannabidiol blocks opioid reward suggests that this compound may be useful in addiction treatment settings.” 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾#WarOnDrugs #WarOnConsciousness #Repost @freedom_faction with @insta.save.repost • • • - #regr

Is it cheating to use a “study drug” to focus on schoolwork? Watch this video featuring extended interviews from our film BREAKING POINTS, and hear students, educators and healthcare professionals discuss the abuse of prescription stimulants, cheating and the development of grit and resilience.

As the #opioidepidemic rages on, those professing to seek “solutions” are willfully ignoring one of the most promising treatments – #medicalcannabis. When the Comprehensive Addiction & Recovery Act (CARA) was being debated in 2016, amendments to study medical #cannabis were stripped out.

This happened despite studies showing that medical cannabis eases neuropathic pain, and the government’s own National Institutes of Health stating, “#Medicalmarijuana products may have a role in reducing the use of opioids needed to control pain.” There were also studies showing that deaths from #opioids plummet in states with #legalcannabis, and that 80 percent of #cannabis users give up prescription pills. A Feb. 2017 study confirmed that #opioid dependence and overdoses dropped significantly in medical cannabis states.

In January 2017, the National Academies of Science published an exhaustive review of the scientific literature and found that one of the most promising areas in medical cannabis is for the treatment of chronic pain.

But all of this falls on deaf ears to those in the pockets of #BigPharma, which is largely to blame for getting #America hooked on opioids, as described in a #Harvard analysis.

Now, a new experimental study has shown exactly how cannabis works to treat opioid addiction – by actually blocking the opioid reward in the brain. “This study sought to determine whether the cannabis constituent cannabidiol attenuates the development of morphine reward in the conditioned place preference paradigm. Separate groups of mice received either saline or morphine in combination with one of four doses of cannabidiol using three sets of drug/no-drug conditioning trials. After drug-place conditioning, morphine mice displayed robust place preference that was attenuated by 10 mg/kg cannabidiol. Further, when administered alone, this dose of cannabidiol was void of rewarding and aversive properties. The finding that cannabidiol blocks opioid reward suggests that this compound may be useful in addiction treatment settings.” 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾#WarOnDrugs #WarOnConsciousness #Repost @freedom_faction with @insta.save.repost • • •

So for the past 15 years or so, this is how I start my mornings at work. The first major task of the day is to measure out methadone for our substance misuse clients who use our pharmacy on a daily basis. Methadone forms the backbone of substance misuse treatment in the UK, it usually is given in a liquid form with a 1mg in 1ml sugar free formulation. Methadone is a mu agonist and is a synthetic opioid. It has a long half life of 24 hours, so this is ideal for the treatment of substance dependency, it acts as a heroin substitute. Typical doses vary from 50ml to 100ml a day.
It's nice to be able to help people get their lives back on track.
#pharmacist #pharmacistindependentprescriber #methadone #pharmacy #substancemisuse #substancedependency #heroin #opioid #syntheticopioid #rehab #rehabilitation

😳😳😳 conciencia #Reposting @abcnews with @instarepost_app -- At least 91 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose. An inside look at the growing epidemic tonight on @nightline. #opioid #nightline #opioids #opioidcrisis #heroin #overdose #narcan

@Regrann from @freedom_faction - As the #opioidepidemic rages on, those professing to seek “solutions” are willfully ignoring one of the most promising treatments – #medicalcannabis. When the Comprehensive Addiction & Recovery Act (CARA) was being debated in 2016, amendments to study medical #cannabis were stripped out.

This happened despite studies showing that medical cannabis eases neuropathic pain, and the government’s own National Institutes of Health stating, “#Medicalmarijuana products may have a role in reducing the use of opioids needed to control pain.” There were also studies showing that deaths from #opioids plummet in states with #legalcannabis, and that 80 percent of #cannabis users give up prescription pills. A Feb. 2017 study confirmed that #opioid dependence and overdoses dropped significantly in medical cannabis states.

In January 2017, the National Academies of Science published an exhaustive review of the scientific literature and found that one of the most promising areas in medical cannabis is for the treatment of chronic pain.

But all of this falls on deaf ears to those in the pockets of #BigPharma, which is largely to blame for getting #America hooked on opioids, as described in a #Harvard analysis.

Now, a new experimental study has shown exactly how cannabis works to treat opioid addiction – by actually blocking the opioid reward in the brain. “This study sought to determine whether the cannabis constituent cannabidiol attenuates the development of morphine reward in the conditioned place preference paradigm. Separate groups of mice received either saline or morphine in combination with one of four doses of cannabidiol using three sets of drug/no-drug conditioning trials. After drug-place conditioning, morphine mice displayed robust place preference that was attenuated by 10 mg/kg cannabidiol. Further, when administered alone, this dose of cannabidiol was void of rewarding and aversive properties. The finding that cannabidiol blocks opioid reward suggests that this compound may be useful in addiction treatment settings.” 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾#WarOnDrugs #WarOnConsciousness - #regrann

At least 91 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose. An inside look at the growing epidemic tonight on @nightline. #opioid #nightline #opioids #opioidcrisis #heroin #overdose #narcan

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As the #opioidepidemic rages on, those professing to seek “solutions” are willfully ignoring one of the most promising treatments – #medicalcannabis. When the Comprehensive Addiction & Recovery Act (CARA) was being debated in 2016, amendments to study medical #cannabis were stripped out.

This happened despite studies showing that medical cannabis eases neuropathic pain, and the government’s own National Institutes of Health stating, “#Medicalmarijuana products may have a role in reducing the use of opioids needed to control pain.” There were also studies showing that deaths from #opioids plummet in states with #legalcannabis, and that 80 percent of #cannabis users give up prescription pills. A Feb. 2017 study confirmed that #opioid dependence and overdoses dropped significantly in medical cannabis states.

In January 2017, the National Academies of Science published an exhaustive review of the scientific literature and found that one of the most promising areas in medical cannabis is for the treatment of chronic pain.

But all of this falls on deaf ears to those in the pockets of #BigPharma, which is largely to blame for getting #America hooked on opioids, as described in a #Harvard analysis.

Now, a new experimental study has shown exactly how cannabis works to treat opioid addiction – by actually blocking the opioid reward in the brain. “This study sought to determine whether the cannabis constituent cannabidiol attenuates the development of morphine reward in the conditioned place preference paradigm. Separate groups of mice received either saline or morphine in combination with one of four doses of cannabidiol using three sets of drug/no-drug conditioning trials. After drug-place conditioning, morphine mice displayed robust place preference that was attenuated by 10 mg/kg cannabidiol. Further, when administered alone, this dose of cannabidiol was void of rewarding and aversive properties. The finding that cannabidiol blocks opioid reward suggests that this compound may be useful in addiction treatment settings.” 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾#WarOnDrugs #WarOnConsciousness

As the #opioidepidemic rages on, those professing to seek “solutions” are willfully ignoring one of the most promising treatments – #medicalcannabis. When the Comprehensive Addiction & Recovery Act (CARA) was being debated in 2016, amendments to study medical #cannabis were stripped out.

This happened despite studies showing that medical cannabis eases neuropathic pain, and the government’s own National Institutes of Health stating, “#Medicalmarijuana products may have a role in reducing the use of opioids needed to control pain.” There were also studies showing that deaths from #opioids plummet in states with #legalcannabis, and that 80 percent of #cannabis users give up prescription pills. A Feb. 2017 study confirmed that #opioid dependence and overdoses dropped significantly in medical cannabis states.

In January 2017, the National Academies of Science published an exhaustive review of the scientific literature and found that one of the most promising areas in medical cannabis is for the treatment of chronic pain.

But all of this falls on deaf ears to those in the pockets of #BigPharma, which is largely to blame for getting #America hooked on opioids, as described in a #Harvard analysis.

Now, a new experimental study has shown exactly how cannabis works to treat opioid addiction – by actually blocking the opioid reward in the brain. “This study sought to determine whether the cannabis constituent cannabidiol attenuates the development of morphine reward in the conditioned place preference paradigm. Separate groups of mice received either saline or morphine in combination with one of four doses of cannabidiol using three sets of drug/no-drug conditioning trials. After drug-place conditioning, morphine mice displayed robust place preference that was attenuated by 10 mg/kg cannabidiol. Further, when administered alone, this dose of cannabidiol was void of rewarding and aversive properties. The finding that cannabidiol blocks opioid reward suggests that this compound may be useful in addiction treatment settings.”

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As the #opioidepidemic rages on, those professing to seek “solutions” are willfully ignoring one of the most promising treatments – #medicalcannabis. When the Comprehensive Addiction & Recovery Act (CARA) was being debated in 2016, amendments to study medical #cannabis were stripped out.

This happened despite studies showing that medical cannabis eases neuropathic pain, and the government’s own National Institutes of Health stating, “#Medicalmarijuana products may have a role in reducing the use of opioids needed to control pain.” There were also studies showing that deaths from #opioids plummet in states with #legalcannabis, and that 80 percent of #cannabis users give up prescription pills. A Feb. 2017 study confirmed that #opioid dependence and overdoses dropped significantly in medical cannabis states.

In January 2017, the National Academies of Science published an exhaustive review of the scientific literature and found that one of the most promising areas in medical cannabis is for the treatment of chronic pain.

But all of this falls on deaf ears to those in the pockets of #BigPharma, which is largely to blame for getting #America hooked on opioids, as described in a #Harvard analysis.

Now, a new experimental study has shown exactly how cannabis works to treat opioid addiction – by actually blocking the opioid reward in the brain. “This study sought to determine whether the cannabis constituent cannabidiol attenuates the development of morphine reward in the conditioned place preference paradigm. Separate groups of mice received either saline or morphine in combination with one of four doses of cannabidiol using three sets of drug/no-drug conditioning trials. After drug-place conditioning, morphine mice displayed robust place preference that was attenuated by 10 mg/kg cannabidiol. Further, when administered alone, this dose of cannabidiol was void of rewarding and aversive properties. The finding that cannabidiol blocks opioid reward suggests that this compound may be useful in addiction treatment settings.” 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾#WarOnDrugs #WarOnConsciousness #InstaSaveApp

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As the #opioidepidemic rages on, those professing to seek “solutions” are willfully ignoring one of the most promising treatments – #medicalcannabis. When the Comprehensive Addiction & Recovery Act (CARA) was being debated in 2016, amendments to study medical #cannabis were stripped out.

This happened despite studies showing that medical cannabis eases neuropathic pain, and the government’s own National Institutes of Health stating, “#Medicalmarijuana products may have a role in reducing the use of opioids needed to control pain.” There were also studies showing that deaths from #opioids plummet in states with #legalcannabis, and that 80 percent of #cannabis users give up prescription pills. A Feb. 2017 study confirmed that #opioid dependence and overdoses dropped significantly in medical cannabis states.

In January 2017, the National Academies of Science published an exhaustive review of the scientific literature and found that one of the most promising areas in medical cannabis is for the treatment of chronic pain.

But all of this falls on deaf ears to those in the pockets of #BigPharma, which is largely to blame for getting #America hooked on opioids, as described in a #Harvard analysis.

Now, a new experimental study has shown exactly how cannabis works to treat opioid addiction – by actually blocking the opioid reward in the brain. “This study sought to determine whether the cannabis constituent cannabidiol attenuates the development of morphine reward in the conditioned place preference paradigm. Separate groups of mice received either saline or morphine in combination with one of four doses of cannabidiol using three sets of drug/no-drug conditioning trials. After drug-place conditioning, morphine mice displayed robust place preference that was attenuated by 10 mg/kg cannabidiol. Further, when administered alone, this dose of cannabidiol was void of rewarding and aversive properties. The finding that cannabidiol blocks opioid reward suggests that this compound may be useful in addiction treatment settings.” 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾

As the #opioidepidemic rages on, those professing to seek “solutions” are willfully ignoring one of the most promising treatments – #medicalcannabis. When the Comprehensive Addiction & Recovery Act (CARA) was being debated in 2016, amendments to study medical #cannabis were stripped out.

This happened despite studies showing that medical cannabis eases neuropathic pain, and the government’s own National Institutes of Health stating, “#Medicalmarijuana products may have a role in reducing the use of opioids needed to control pain.” There were also studies showing that deaths from #opioids plummet in states with #legalcannabis, and that 80 percent of #cannabis users give up prescription pills. A Feb. 2017 study confirmed that #opioid dependence and overdoses dropped significantly in medical cannabis states.

In January 2017, the National Academies of Science published an exhaustive review of the scientific literature and found that one of the most promising areas in medical cannabis is for the treatment of chronic pain.

But all of this falls on deaf ears to those in the pockets of #BigPharma, which is largely to blame for getting #America hooked on opioids, as described in a #Harvard analysis.

Now, a new experimental study has shown exactly how cannabis works to treat opioid addiction – by actually blocking the opioid reward in the brain. “This study sought to determine whether the cannabis constituent cannabidiol attenuates the development of morphine reward in the conditioned place preference paradigm. Separate groups of mice received either saline or morphine in combination with one of four doses of cannabidiol using three sets of drug/no-drug conditioning trials. After drug-place conditioning, morphine mice displayed robust place preference that was attenuated by 10 mg/kg cannabidiol. Further, when administered alone, this dose of cannabidiol was void of rewarding and aversive properties. The finding that cannabidiol blocks opioid reward suggests that this compound may be useful in addiction treatment settings.” 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾#WarOnDrugs #WarOnConsciousness

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