The Medical Community Supports Medical CannabisStrainsForPains is a medical marijuana recommendation engine that guides patients to the appropriate cannabinoid levels, medical cannabis strains, and consumption methods for their specific ailment.About Us
Strainsforpains is a medical marijuana recommendation engine that guides patients to the appropriate cannabinoid levels, medical cannabis strains, and consumption methods for their specific ailment. Accessible via dedicated mobile APP, and desktop app, Strainsforpains utilizes a robust database of strains, cannabinoids, and medicinal applications aggregated through semantic web technology and validated by medical devices in research centers around the world.
Our Strainsforpains App cross references our proprietary data and patent pending technology to provide medical recommendations using specific cannabis strains or brands to the clients specific illness or ailment.
Using Strainsforpains Mobile or Desktop App, Doctors now have access to decision making tools to give personalized cannabis treatments
Our Extensive Database of strains, cannabinoids, and medicinal applications helps Dispensaries give great recommendations.
Dr. MICHAEL STERN
Michael Stern graduated from medical school in 1973 and since 1983 has been a board-certified urologist and urological surgeon. Dr. Stern served as an adjunct clinical faculty member at Bast-yr University School of Naturopathic Medicine for 11 years (1995 –2006). Dr. Stern operated the Northwest Healthy Options Clinic in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Stern continues advising patients on lifestyle issues and alternative healthy treatments for a wide variety of diseases, including medical cannabis.
Dr. BINDIYA MOORJANI
Dr. Bindiya Moorjani was a awarded a Ph. D. in biomedical sciences from the Fishberg Research Center for Neurobiology, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York University. Dr. Moorjani has authored several scientific studies that have been published in scientific journals. She did major studies on Serotonin. From 1993 through 1999, Dr. Moorjani was a graduate researcher at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in the doctoral program concentrating on neurobiology.