Psych 4 Medical Cannabis

Learn About Medical Cannabis from “Biology to Business™️”



Psych4Medical Cannabis (P4MC) is a leading resource for Medical Cannabis Education and Evidence-Based Practice.  Learn about the components and pathways of the Endocannabinoid System and its therapeutic benefits for mental and physical health and wellness.   We will inform, educate and advocate for you…24/7!




There are over 400 compounds found within the cannabis plant. The two more commonly known and researched are Δ-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD). Psych4Medical Cannabis will provide easily understood information about the biology and business of Medical Cannabis to enhance your knowledge, understanding and potential healing.




A weekly podcast “Sex, Lies and Medical Cannabis with Dr. Janet” will get down and dirty about Medical Cannabis from how and why it works in the brain and body, talk about new research and legislation and discuss global business opportunities. Tune in, listen, and join the conversation!


Did you know?

The Use of Cannabis for Healing dates back to 2727 BC.

In 1619 AD, in the US, every household was required to grow 100 plants to give back to the government.

Cannabis Tincture was first produced by Pharma in 1850.

1937, Marijuana Tax Act made cannabis illegal, a law based on racism and ignorance according to historians.

2018-FDA Approves First Drug derived from a purified extract of cannabis (CBD, Cannabidiol)-, Epidiolex®, an anti-seizure drug for children with intractable seizures.

Medical Cannabis utilizing low potency THC and pure CBD are plant-based & natural.

It wasn ’t until the 1990’s that science understood how cannabis acts on the brain and the body.

The control of processes like appetite, pain sensation, mood, motor learning skills and memory are controlled by our natural cannabinoids.

Sex, Lies & Medical Cannabis with Dr. Janet



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Dr. Janet Taylor

Welcome to Psych4MedicalCannabis!

When I was a teenager, my own experience with recreational marijuana was limited to one bad experience.  My first and only time after smoking too much left me paranoid and I immediately realized that smoking cannabis was not for me.

As a psychiatrist with over twenty-five years of experience and a current practice where I often lectured my patients about not smoking cannabis and growingly frustrated by their inability to just stop, I now have realized that I needed to understand more about the relationship between cannabis, mental health and wellness and just what the big deal was.

The big deal is the Endocannabinoid System!  Taught sparingly in medical schools and to health practitioners, despite being researched since the early 1970’s, my mind was blown by how little I knew about our bodies endogenous cannabinoid system, it’s receptors and the effects of Endocannabinoid Deficiency.  We can Rx ourselves if we pay attention to how our bodies work and what we need.

Let’s take this journey together!

Say hello.

Dr. Janet Taylor

Self-Care Activist and Medical Cannabis Educator