About Ryan McGillicudy

Ryan McGillicuddy is a senior at the University of California, San Diego. He will be graduating this year with a degree in Psychology, and aspires to earn a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Coming from a Psychology background, Ryan has studied various subjects helpful to analyzing current research in the medical marijuana field. These include such topics as brain physiology, neurodegenerative disease, human cognition, and theories about consciousness. He recognizes the therapeutic potential of cannabis, and hopes to one day see patients all over the world benefitting from the current research you can read about on medicalmarijuana.co.uk.

Treating Nausea with CBD

By | June 2nd, 2015|Categories: Nausea|

Nausea is a terrible sensation, and people will avoid it at all costs. This poses a problem for the medical world, because nausea is the most common side effect of all medications.[ref]http://www.drugwatch.com/side-effects/[/ref] A patient who suffers from nausea might throw up their medicine or decide to skip a dose, both of which can compromise treatment. The [...]

How Medical Marijuana Helps Anorexia Patients

By | June 1st, 2015|Categories: Anorexia|

Throughout human history, food has been a central component of all cultures and without it, life ceases. Ask anyone how long they can comfortably go without this necessary commodity, and you’ll likely get an answer of no longer than several hours. People experience hunger pains from lack of food for good reason; it’s your body’s [...]