Gather information. Reach consumers.

- Further understand state-specific cannabis markets

- Enhance brand awareness 

- Obtain product feedback

-Request compliant cannabis copy

- Pharmacist advisement on niche product formulation

-Cultivation consulting from our grow expert


Reduce workload. Enhance workflow.

- Receive operational guidance from experienced dispensary pharmacists

- Provide consistent access to healthcare providers

- A market-specific resource for medical, industry, and product information

- Request compliant cannabis copy, training, and continuing education

- Strengthen dispensary license applications

Medical Providers

Learn your market. Provide better care.


MyMedicine Care Coordination

- Knowledge-based recommendations

- Timely care updates with interventions and treatment plans

- Increase safety, efficacy, and program satisfaction

- Collaborate on administrative or clinical follow-up

- Monitor patient progress

-Assistance with questions, literature searches, or research projects

- Subscribe to CannaDex360, our new online cannabis information hub 


Why You Can’t Always Trust the Cannabis Label

With inconsistent testing and market pressures, the numbers don’t always tell the whole story.
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Cannabinoids and Drug Interactions: A Clinical Primer

The information presented in this primer is intended to help doctors and patients understand if and when drug interactions with cannabis are likely. 
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Side Effects of Medical Marijuana

Cannabis has a huge variety of effects, meaning that what could be useful for one person could be completely different for another person.
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Cannabis for Gastrointestinal Disorders

Gastrointestinal (GI) illnesses are a frequent reason for using medical cannabis. These conditions include gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), two inflammatory bowel diseases — Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis — and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
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Therapeutic Benefits of Cannabis

Research: A Patient Survey
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Medical Cannabis Continues to Grow

The medical cannabis market is well rooted and growing like mad, at least in North America.
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