While researching cannabis, he learned that it has the ability to relieve pain, ease anxiety, improve sleep, and curb weight loss. Also, cannabis is wonderful for treating nausea and vomiting in patients diagnosed with cancer and/or undergoing chemotherapy. Unfortunately, marijuana has an unwarranted stigma. As a result, physicians are reluctant to consider its’ use to treat a variety of illnesses and medical conditions. Cannabis has an excellent value when used as a medicine and therefore, he believes in empowering patients with knowledge to use marijuana safely and appropriately.
Education is key and so, he takes the time to educate patients about the risks and benefits of using marijuana, the various ingestion methods, and factors to consider when selecting a high quality, medical marijuana strain. For patients seeking an alternative option to prescription drugs, medical cannabis can provide the relief they need that’s safer and much healthier for their overall well-being.
Dr. Torres Torres is currently involved in ongoing research to utilize cannabis for a wide range of conditions such as asthma and other bronchial ailments, as well as its use to increase both male and female libido.
30 years experienced in medical practice
Dr. Jose Torres Torres
Dr. Jose Torres Torres, the National Medical Director for Pharmacology University, Inc., is board certified in General medicine, Internal medicine and an Anti-aging medicine Specialist.
Dr. Torres Torres earned his medical degree at Autonomous University of Guerrero, Mexico. He then completed his internal medicine residency at Caguas Regional Hospital in Puerto Rico. Furthermore, he also completed an Urgent Care Certification and is certified by World Link Medical (The Academy of Preventive and Innovative Medicine). He was trained by Doctor Neil Rouzier as a Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Specialist.
In addition, he also managed Chronic pain as well as Drugs Addicts Consultancy with ASSMCA. Dr. Torres Torres is a Member of the American College of Physicians and Puerto Rico College of Physicians. He is also currently a member of the American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine.