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Featuring the latest Medical Marijuana businesses and services from all over the world! Updated daily with information for Doctors & physicians to dispensaries & shops.

Varijuana is the most extensive online directory of various cannabis-related services such as licensed marijuana dispensaries, doctors/physicians, and lawyers and legal services specializing in cannabis law and litigation, as well as recreational marijuana businesses such as 420-friendly hotels and restaurants specializing in CBD-infused cuisine.

Consumers and businesses alike can take advantage of our digital platform to take part in the exciting human-cannabis coevolution.

We are continuously expanding and updating our database to provide you with unfettered access to cannabis industry businesses, services, and news. To find a specific product, business, or service, simply enter your search word(s) and filter your results by category, location, hours of operation, or rating. Stay informed with the latest developments and policies shaping the course of the progressively expanding industry by following subscribing to our e-mail: info@varijuana.com

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Medical marijuana is legal in some countries, including in many US states. At present, there are no government-mandated warnings on packages of marijuana, even though the substance has dangers similar to those of alcohol, tobacco, and various prescribed drugs. This article reports the results of an effort to collect marijuana warnings recommended by scientific experts on marijuana. The recommended warnings, the first ever from marijuana experts, come from 13 experts. The expert-recommended warnings pertain to risks relating to (1) safety, (2) physical health, (3) fetal harm, (4) mental health, (5) withdrawal and dependence, and (6) adolescent development. The results provide initial expert recommendations for warnings to be required on packages of medical marijuana.*