Seattle, Washington- Local business, The Joint Dispensary, which is located in Burien Washington, is one of the closest dispensaries to the Seattle airport. The Joint Dispensary near Seattle, WA is a small business, however they have expanded to 9 locations across the SEA-TAC and Bellingham area.
The successful dispensary in Seattle has dedicated themselves to offering quality and comprehensive education to their customers and anyone interested in the industry. The Joint does this through blog postings on their website, https://www.thejointllc.com/cannabis-news/.
On the business’s blog page, patrons will find everything from recipes for yummy baked goods like chocolate chip cookies, peanut butter baked brownies, cannabutter, and even topicals. There is also a variety of informative articles on the subject, including one posted recently on Eugene Monroe, who made headlines when he donated $80,000 to a group in Colorado that is studying the effects of cannabis on those who sustain multiple concussions, and suffer from Chronic traumatic encephalopathy, referred to as CTE.
This alternative approach is rather important in helping treat CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy), which has been found in 99% of brains of former NFL players who were tested.
Unfortunately, it has come to light that the NFL had allegedly offered players prescription painkiller which can be unhealthy and unsafe for the liver in the long run.
According to the blog alternatives which are mentioned by The Joint have the following effects-
Anti-inflammatory: Fights inflammation and pain
Anticonvulsant: Suppresses seizure activity
Antiemetic: Reduces nausea and vomiting
Antipsychotic: Fights psychosis
Anti-oxidant: Fights neurodegenerative diseases
Anti-depressant: Fights anxiety and depression
Anti-tumoral: Fights tumor and cancer cells at the stem cell
The business says Monroe and other player are advocating for changes in the way the NFL is treating pain in order for their players to tough out the games where they might be feeling uncomfortable or playing with an injury.
The blog quotes the phrase, “Life, liberty, and the pursuit of healthiness.”
Football players just like anyone else deserve the right to be able to choose how to cope with their pain. They should be able to ask for second opinions and be given real research, instead of being doped up by their employers whom make millions of dollars every day in association to their pain.
Hopefully the NFL learns that times are changing, we no longer should wait for the status quo to break, we must attack this head on.
According to the article, if the NFL truly cares about its players they must be proactive, not reactive.
More information can be found by visiting the link above, or calling the dispensary in Seattle at (206) 242-6000
The business is located at 14325 1st Ave South, Burien, Washington 98168
Release ID: 88913634