If you use cannabinoids on a regular basis then you understand just how beneficial they can be to your health and well-being. But what if there was a way you could boost their effectiveness?
Using weed for the first time as an ingredient in baking will need special instructions to get the perfect recipe. To bake with weed, you will need to check these tips to successfully get the best weed-infused cookie
As the legality, popularity and social acceptability of weed has increased over recent years, an unexpected phenomenon has also come about. More demand inevitably triggers more supply and wider choice. This in turn has brought about what we might call the cannabis snob. A little like a wine connoisseur, cannabis snobs will talk about leafy aromas, smooth finishes and perhaps even fruity undertones. Want to beat them at their own game? Here, we take a cannabis snob’s look at some of the most popular strains on the market.
You deserve to have CBD methods that match your personal style. Though taking CBD regularly is in no way “lame,” there’s no reason to not take it to the next level and have an elevated way of taking it
Thursday, February 20th, 2020
CBD is a veritable craze, with everyone and your mother advocating for its use to solve all manner of ills — arthritis pain, headaches, sleeping problems, anxiety and more. You can find CBD products in all shapes, sizes and colors, from oils to soaps to candies to vape pens, so you can easily incorporate the miracle treatment into your lifestyle.
Smoking weed can help treat many different medical conditions. According to the National Institutes of Health, marijuana, or cannabis, has been used to treat ailments for at least 3,000 years. Today, people use marijuana to lessen the symptoms of diseases such as depression, anxiety, epilepsy, cancer and more. Read on to learn more about the medicinal effects of smoking weed.
Cannabis is commonly used to alleviate symptoms of panic disorders, but someone looking for quick answers might have trouble sifting through the contradictions and misconceptions about marijuana left over from the U.S. War on Drugs.
Marijuana is becoming legal in more states across the country as researchers study the therapeutic effects that this compound has on a person's endocannabinoid system. However, many employers will not support the usage of marijuana due to the psychoactive compounds found in THC.
Friday, September 28th, 2018
There are specific differences between the two main types of cannabis though. Indica and sativa strains, having such different effects, are used for various reasons both medically and recreationally.
Tuesday, September 25th, 2018
The medical marijuana world is new to so many people and with it comes a lot of confusion, resistance and questions. It’s not always easy to find doctors who agree that medical marijuana is world changing for their patients, and without a beginner's guide to buying cannabis, it’s easy to feel lost. We’ve compiled a list of the only medical marijuana resources you will ever need, to help you find your way through the laws, questions, and locating helpful, accepting doctors.
Thursday, August 30th, 2018
If you are living in the U.S., then you have probably come across the phrase marijuana dispensary. If you are still wondering why the term marijuana dispensary, it is due to the fact that pharmacies are prohibited from prescribing it.
Thursday, August 30th, 2018
Curaleaf New York will host a Cannabis 101 educational seminar next week to provide local cancer patients, survivors and caregivers with important information about New York State’s medical marijuana program and what it offers for patients across the city.
With all the research being carried out on medical marijuana, it might be useful to know the different strains of cannabis we have out there. Check out this little article for a little insight.
Wednesday, May 30th, 2018
Marijuana has often used as a recreational drug in the past, but with the increasing number studies proving its medicinal effects, more people are beginning to realize there is more to this plant than just getting high.
Thursday, January 18th, 2018
Advil, Tylenol, and Aspirin are OTC drugs commonly found in every medicine cabinet. But their benefits often mirror those reported by patients who have experimented with cannabidiol (CBD) as an alternative.
Monday, January 15th, 2018
Vaporizing medical marijuana has become a popular activity because of the many health benefits that come along with it. Vaporizing is also a more convenient and safe way to inhale marijuana compared to smoking a joint. Take a look at some reasons why you should start vaporizing medical marijuana for your health.
Wednesday, November 29th, 2017
Regardless what’s your view on using marijuana for recreational purpose, its medical benefits cannot be denied. So it should have a “fair trial” and not be discarded as a medicine, implying controlled, THC-free usage, which should be distinguished from the illegal drug abuse.
Medical marijuana vaporizers are finally on the scene! Made to assist patients who need cannabis for medicinal reasons, they are ideal for people who are unable to swallow or smoke.
With daily pot usage, comes some minor and minimal effects. For a lack of better words, we will call them "marijuana withdrawals."
CBD is one of at least 113 active cannabinoids in cannabis. The following info graphic about medical cannabidiol was original posted on Shoutability.com.