Ep 123 Mainstreaming Marijuana w/ Dr. Rachna Patel

Ep 123 Mainstreaming Marijuana w/ Dr. Rachna Patel
Live Fit Podcast

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Marijuana has long been stigmatized, but this physician is working to change that attitude one patient at a time. (For more information on why marijuana became illegal, see episode 55.)
Marijuana has been found to help people who suffer from: epilepsy, myofibralgia, arthritis, cancer, and various other causes of pain. In short, marijuana can greatly decrease our reliance on opiods, addictions and can improve quality of life.
According to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, “overdose deaths, particularly from prescription drugs and heroin, have reached epidemic levels.” Nearly half of all opioid overdose deaths in 2016 involved prescription opioids.

No one has ever died from overdosing on marijuana – intentionally or accidentally.

Drug overdoses have become the leading cause of death of Americans under 50, with two-thirds of those deaths from opioids.
She prescribes the type and dosage of marijuana that is appropriate for the individual’s pain or affliction. Some only need a dose a few times a month.
Dr. Rachna (“Rutch-na”) Patel has been practicing in medical marijuana since 2012.  Rachna has an interesting trail of events that lead to her becoming known as The Medical Marijuana Doctor.  She now walks patients step-by-step into safely using medical marijuana for their specific medical condition and has an impressive YouTube channel with tons of educational tips and tidbits.
Dr. Patel completed her medical studies at Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine, her undergraduate studies at Northwestern University.

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