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Voice of the People, July 2, 2018

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Burlington County Times

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Northeast Times

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Patient Reviews

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South Jersey tries new tech in suicide prevention fight

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Independence from opioid oppression

By |July 17th, 2018|Categories: News||Comments Off

Abrams news article

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Main Line Times

LETTER: Let us declare independence from oppression of opioids

To the Editor:

On July Fourth, millions of Americans will come together to celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence, an historic testimonial against oppression that still inspires people around the world.

Today, millions of Americans are confronting another kind of oppression — opioid addiction.

At Relievus, we see the effects of this horrible epidemic every day. It has destroyed families, ruined lives and even led to an historic decrease in lifespan among sectors of the U.S. population.

According to recent reports, in 2016, 11.5 million people misused prescription opioids, while over 42,000 died from an opioid overdose. Roughly 40 percent of those deaths involved a prescription opioid. But the impact isn’t limited to opioid abusers. Another report puts the economic impact of each opioid overdose death at approximately $800,000.

It’s important to understand that people who abuse opioids are not weak or inferior. They simply are people trying to deal with their pain. Eventually this pain becomes difficult to manage until it begins affecting their quality of life.

Weaning patients off opioids is an important step. But managing pain takes an intense, multi-faceted approach. Most need social support, behavioral therapy and/or individual counseling. They cannot do it alone. It will take a united and coordinated front.

On this Fourth of July, let us reignite the spirit of American courage and community. Let us work to create a new dawn of independence from the oppression caused by the abuse of opioids and other drugs.

— Young Lee, MD, Havertown

By |June 27th, 2018|Categories: News||Comments Off

CBD Oil for Dogs

What is CBD Oil?

CBD oil is made from cannabis extracts and boasts a wide range of potential medical benefits such as being anti-inflammatory, anticonvulsant, antioxidant, antiemetic, anxiolytic and antipsychotic agent, as cited by the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology in 2013. These benefits give it the potential to treat a wide range of conditions such as neuroinflammation, epilepsy, oxidative injury, vomiting and nausea, anxiety, and schizophrenia. Our CBD Oil also has only 0.3% THC meaning it does not have the mind altering properties found in other cannabis products.

CBD Oil for Dogs

Of the wide variety of helpful effects CBD oil has been shown to have in humans, a good portion of them also help dogs. This is due in part to humans and dogs having similar endogenous cannabinoid systems. CBD oil can reduce anxiety in dogs, relive joint pains, and boost appetite by reducing their nausea. If a dog is suffering from epilepsy or seizures then CBD oil can help to reduce the frequency of seizures over time, with some instances of seizures fully stopping. Because CBD oil lacks high amounts of THC it does not present the risk of toxicity to canines that other cannabis products with higher levels of THC do.

Symptoms that can be treated in Dogs using CBD Oil
- Seizures and Epilepsy
- Chronic Pain and Arthritis
- Nausea and Loss of Appetite
- Anxiety
- Cancer symptoms and side effects
- Inflammation

To learn more about CBD Oil, check our site on CBD Oil.

By |June 19th, 2018|Categories: News||Comments Off


Who are Eligible for Medical Marijuana?

· Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)

· Anxiety

· Chronic pain of visceral origin

· Chronic pain of musculoskeletal disorders

· Crohn’s disease

· Glaucoma


· Inflammatory bowel disease

· Intractable skeletal muscular spasticity

· Migraine

· Multiple sclerosis (MS)

· Muscular dystrophy

· Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

· Seizure disorder, including epilepsy

· Terminal illness, if the physician has determined a prognosis of less than 12 months of life

· Terminal cancer

· Tourette’s syndrome


A patient certified for medicinal marijuana may opt for a caregiver if needed. Caregivers generally assists the patient through the MMP process, which includes obtaining and distributing the medical marijuana to the designated patient. Person who is qualified for caregiver must register with the New Jersey Medicinal Marijuana Program. For more information, visit Caregiver under Patient Info.

Registration Procedures for MMP

Patients need to first register with New Jersey MMP and in addition to get a physician’s approval stating he/she is suffering from a serious conditions. After registrations and payment, medical marijuana ID is issued, which can used to obtain medical marijuana from approved dispensaries in NJ locations.

For more information, visit the New Jersey Medical Marijuana Program site or Relievus Medical Marijuana Program.

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