Marijuana concentrates defined

AZMMJ Concentrates Challenged By Lindsay Howard    The end of June marked a big shake up for the Arizona Medical Marijuana Program and all who belong to it, regarding ‘hashish’ and subsequently cannabis concentrates.  The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled in case: State of Arizona vs. Jones, because Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (AMMA) failed to…

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Cannabis Terpenes: What They Do

Terpenes: The Unsung Heroes of Cannabis Cannabis contains a largely diverse amount of chemicals and compounds (Cannabinoids). Terpenes are knows as the aromatic pockets located within the glandular trichomes of the plant. There are about one 140 known aromatic hydro carbons known as terpenes, however modern research tends to focus on only six, Pinene, Linalool,…

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Smoking vs Eating Cannabis, Which Method is for Me???

Ingestion vs. Inhalation By: Lindsay Howard Cannabis users have had the longstanding debate since the plant was discovered, is it better to inhale cannabis or eat it? The answer is always in the opinion of the cannabis user, and usually swayed by the affects desired, or illness being remedied. There are benefits from both methods…

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Can Cannabis Help My Chronic Pain???

How Cannabis is Effective for Different Types of Pain Relief By: Lindsay Howard For many years, Cannabis has been recognized for its amazing ability to relieve pain. More importantly, cannabis has also been successful in relieving pain from different origins. As in, pain from the Central Nervous System, inflammation from injury and even neuropathic pain…

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Castor Oil Speeds Up Healing & Improves Your Immunity

Folk healers worldwide have used castor oil to treat a wide variety of health conditions for thousands of years. The use of castor oil goes as far back as the ancient Egyptians, who used it to treat eye irritations and as a powerful natural skin care remedy. In India, castor oil has been prized for its skin-healing, digestive-soothing,…

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DOSING THCA: LESS IS MORE

THCA (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid) is the non-psychoactive acid form of THC found in the plant when raw. THCA converts to THC when it is decarboxylated. Discover the clinical and laboratory research on THCA for epilepsy, chronic pain, digestive disorders, and more. Photo credit: Leafly Highlights: Cannabis plants don’t produce THC on their own; rather they create cannabinoids in…

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What Is Cannabinol (CBN)?

You’ve heard about CBD and THC…but what about CBN? The number of known cannabinoids is over a hundred. Each one has its own set of effects. People with limited knowledge of cannabinol (CBN) have assumed that it is simply a degraded, less potent cannabinoid derived from THC. It’s barely present in cannabis flowers and it…

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