Benefits and Resources

Who benefits from Kushley?

You do. We can’t prevent disease. We can’t (yet) eliminate the side effects of chemotherapy. But we can help anyone with a medical marijuana card to live without the questions, the anxiety, and issues that can arise from using medical cannabis and the odor it creates.

Cancer patients going through chemotherapy were the first group physicians identified as benefiting from medical marijuana. Medical research proved marijuana eases many chemotherapy side effects. Now researchers are discovering more and more its ability to eliminate or reduce the side effects of treatments for other diseases and conditions.

Healthcare Workers Need to Know about Kushley

Because Kushley benefits anyone suffering from an uncomfortable or unwanted odor, more healthcare facilities and professionals should know about its uses. Hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, home healthcare workers, hospice, VNA, and others can help their patients by discussing Kushley.

 

Medical Marijuana’s Helping Fight the Side Effects of More Diseases

Research scientists have found that medical marijuana provides relief for people battling many diseases and the side effects of treatment for those diseases:

  • Arthritis
  • Cancer and Chemotherapy 
  • Chronic Pain
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Glaucoma
  • Insomnia
  • Loss of appetite
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Muscle tension and spasm
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • PTSD

Kushley Is All Natural

A premium blend of natural botanical oil extracts

  • Unique and proprietary
  • Water based Ingredients and composition are trade secrets (title 19, Code of Federal Regulation)
  • Not mass produced—hand crafted in the United States
  • Eliminates 99.6% of every airborne, body or embedded organic odor
  • Biodegrades any organic odor on contact
  • Restores your environment to fresh and clean natural

 

Kushley’s Safe in Every Environment

  • Non-toxic
  • Biodegradable
  • Environmentally safe
  • No hazardous chemicals, latex, formaldehyde, oxidizing agents, phosphates, enzymes, live bacteria microbes, alcohol or propellants

Resources

To learn more about medical marijuana

 

Dabbin-dad.com - https://dabbin-dad.com/
  • In Connecticut, the naming of medicinal marijuana strains can get confusing, especially when the strain names are different from what everyone calls them.  When trying to understand your medicine, it’s best not to guess on the real strain names.  We’ve put together a database of the DCP approved strain names and matched it up to a strain names you may be more familiar with. This section is a work in progress and welcome all comments, questions and suggestions.
  • Drop us a line: Dad(at)Dabbin-Dad.com

 

Sinsemilla.com - https://www.sinsemillaseminars.com/

Sinsemilla Seminars is dedicated to empowering everyone  to become their own best advocates! We offer an array of cannabis seminars to promote education in areas of interest. Our seminars range from tincture making, cultivation to cooking with cannabis  and so much more!

1000watt.com

Hempology and the Cannabis Curriculum    http://hempology.org  Detailed history of hemp and be sure not to miss the Cannabis Curriculum Slides

Ganja Green Goddess  http://ganjagreengoddess.blogspot.com  A holistic approach to medical Cannabis in CT.... reviews..recipes..healthy living tips...

http://www.hightimes.com

https://www.DopeMagazine.com  (July 2016 ~ Page 25)

https://www.leafly.com

http://www.theweedblog.com

http://www.ladybud.com

https://issuu.com/thcmag  (The Hemp Conniosseur)

http://www.medicaljane.com

 

 

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