The world of hemp is as diverse as it is fascinating, and now more than ever, people are experimenting with different ways to experience what these amazing compounds are capable of.  Gone are the days when enthusiasts could only choose between a handful of hemp products like tinctures, gummies and vapes.  Nowadays, thanks to huge…

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weed delivery in san diego

Cannabis Delivery – covering Southern to the Northern California. Weed.com will soon be offering weed delivery in California from the Mexican to Oregon border. We will offer the best weed delivery company with quick, free and convenient delivery while carrying one of the broadest selection of cannabis brands.  Within the  Golden State (which was the…

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weed delivery coming to california

Is Weed Delivery legal? What Cities are Served? Firstly – Is cannabis legal in California? Basically yes – but in 2 different ways. One medical – one recreational. Also while legal by California State law but let’s also remember we live in a strange world in which at the same time it is an illegal…

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woman with anxiety

Anxiety disorders – what you should know Anxiety is a natural feeling of fear and nervousness created by the human (and other living creatures) response to stress and in some situations can be beneficial by increasing activation and alerting us to danger. Anxiety is more associated with muscle tension and avoidance behavior while fear is…

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Chances are you’ve heard the term THC, and you have a good sense it’s the chemical in weed that gets you high. But what do you really know about it? What exactly does THC do and how does it do it? Table of Contents: Introduction THC Side effects Introduction General THC Side effects 7 THC…

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Drug Overdose

In all truth marijuana is one of the safest drugs compared not only to the usual suspects such as heroin and other opioids, alcohol – whether beer, wine or liquor but even when compared to Tylenol. But can you overdose on marijuana? First let’s start by defining an overdose as a person experiencing either life-threatening…

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THC effects - the good the bad and the ugly

About the Wedding Cake Strain The Wedding Cake Strain is an indica-leaning hybrid that gives it’s users a relaxing, happy sensation throughout their mind and body. IT’s also known as Pink Cookies and is a variant of the Triangle Mint strain. As you may expect, the strain is tasty and fun, but be careful, this…

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THC effects - the good the bad and the ugly

About the Purple Haze Strain You probably heard of this hybrid sativa-dominant strain from the Jimi Hendrix song that it was named after, but this hybrid Sativa leaning strain with a berry flavor appears to trace it’s roots back to the Haze strain crossed with the Purple Thai strain, to deliver a potent happy chatty…

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THC effects - the good the bad and the ugly

About the Chemdawg Strain What do you get when you cross a dude named Chemdog, a bunch of seeds, and a Grateful Dead Concert? We don’t know either, because in that scenario we probably forgot the question, but urban legand tells us that’s how we got the Chemdawg strain. We have no clue if this…

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THC effects - the good the bad and the ugly

About the Jet Fuel Strain When you hear the name you undoubtedly think about a rush of power and flying, but be prepared, it’s not an instant high. The Jet Fuel Strain takes a few moments, so be ready to taxi to take off when using it. This hybrid strain is also known as G6…

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THC effects - the good the bad and the ugly

About the Durban Poison Strain Durban Poison sounds ominous, but let’s explore why: as a 100% Sativa line from South Africa, a continent with a centuries long history of growing cannabis, or dagga, with a 25% THC, this is one of the most potent and powerful strains available, making it a top choice for recreational…

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THC effects - the good the bad and the ugly

About the Jack Frost Strain The Jack Frost strain is a balanced Sativa / Indica hybrid with a solid THC content at about 22%. You’ll get a strong euphoric high that increases your creativity and reduces your pain, both physical and stress related, that lasts for up to three hours. The child of the White…

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THC effects - the good the bad and the ugly

About the Sour Diesel Strain The Sour Diesel Strain, also called the Sour D  or Sour Deez strain, is an aptly named sativa-dominant hybrid for it’s strong, fuel-like scent, which is fast acting, invigorating and energizing while still delivering a dreamy head high that has given the strain it’s cult-like following. While its history is…

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THC effects - the good the bad and the ugly

About the Pineapple Express Strain Yep, we know, you saw the movie, loved it, and now you’re into it. But truth be told, this strain was around long before the stoner pal movie came out. The idea had to come from somewhere, right? The Pineapple Express Strain has likely launched a thousand screenplays since it’s…

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About the Gelato Strain Just the mention of the name, Gelato Strain, makes you think of brightly colored sweet desserts, happiness, vacation, and exotic locations. The strain lives up to the name with a delicious flavor that is a combination of it’s parent strains, Sunset Sherbet and Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookie strains. And the…

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About the Blue Dream Strain The name itself conjures images of relaxation, lingering, and gentleness, which is the perfect image for this classic product. It’s not a deep “couch-lock” high but delivers a truly remarkable sense of peace and euphoria as it flows over your soul. (This strain is sometimes referred to as Azure Haze).…

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About the AK-47 Strain No doubt the first thought when reading the name of this strain is that it’s powerful and in your face. You aren’t wrong in thinking that, but overall, the strain is a bit more subtle than it’s name suggests … just a bit. The strain gives a very mellow, long lasting…

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About the OG Kush Strain Live in the moment. It’s as if the entire concept of mindfulness is contained within this strain. This is quite possibly the most famous and most in demand marijuana strain globally. This hybrid strain is heavily Indica leaning, at a 3:1 ratio, and is believed to be a breed originated…

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About the Ringo’s Gift Strain The first thing you might think of when hearing the name of this strain is the immensely talented and energetic drummer from the Beatles, and you wouldn’t be wrong. Ringo Starr was part of an incredible gift to the world of music and culture, and the name of this strain…

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About the Sweet and Sour Widow Strain The Sweet and Sour Widow strain was driving by the desire to increase the CBD content of a popular strain, the White Widow. They did this by crossing the White Widow strain with another, resulting in a 1:1 CBD:THC strain that is useful and effective for both medical…

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About the Stephen Hawking Kush Strain Stephen Hawking in case you don’t know was an English theoretical physicist whose theories about exploding black holes and quantum physics made him the Einstein of his generation. Amazingly enough he achieved this even though he acquired ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) – an incurable and progressive neuromuscular disease. He…

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About the Harle-Tsu Strain The Harle-Tsu strain (Harlequin Tsunami) is a high CBD cannabis product that is a 60/40 hybrid indica/sativa variant. It is a cross between the Sour Tsunami and Harlequin strains, specifically bred to deliver the high CBD with little to no THC, making it ideal for medicinal use and consumers. There are CBD isolates…

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About the Harlequin Strain Harlequin is a hemp flower strain considered a CBD strain best used for those with a lower tolerance or new users. It’s a consistent strain for it’s CBD to THC ratio, so it’s considered a reliable product for predictable effects and results. Sativa: 75% Indica: 25% Hemp-derived CBD flower THC: 10%…

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About the Cannatonic Strain As one of the most famous medicinal marijuana strains, the strain, originally developed by Resin Seeds, it combines a high CBD and high THC combination, typically leaning towards a higher CBD content than THC. Originally targeted to be a 50/50 balance of CBD and THC, that hasn’t proven replicable or consistent,…

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About the ACDC Strain The award winning ACDC Cannabis strain (it won several Cannabis Cup awards for it’s high CBD content) is a hybrid of the Ruderalis and the Cannatonic strain, meaning it’s a 50/50 split of Sativa and Indica, although in some instances it may lean a little higher towards the Sativa. Sativa: 50%…

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hemp flour

You’ve probably heard of hemp, whether it’s from fabric uses, construction, or even yes, related to marijuana. But you also may have heard of hemp flower. Or is it flour? Well, honestly, it’s both. Hemp flower is the plant. Hemp flour is a use of it. You can learn more about hemp and hemp flower…

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Benefits of CBD

You’ve heard of CBD (cannabadiol) and you’ve heard of Hemp, but have you heard the latest trend of consuming hemp flowers? And how do you consume them, do you eat them, smoke them, cook them, what? First off, lets focus on the why. Potential Benefits of Hemp Flowers CBD is most commonly derived from Hemp…

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If I asked you what the difference was between hemp and cannabis, chances are you wouldn’t have an answer. But that’s ok, because the names are often used interchangeably, and both are from the species Cannabis Sativa. With the increase in interest in possible therapeutic uses of CBD, it’s a good time to consider Hemp-derived…

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coronavirus, covid-19, cv19

COVID-19 – can CBD help? People swear by CBD (cannabidiol) and believe it can help in a whole slew of conditions beyond just sleep, pain and anxiety. In any case it’s important for your mental wellbeing, physical health and the strength of the immune system to get proper nutrition, exercise and manage their stress in…

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cbd

You will often hear that THC is the chemical that causes the psychoactivity, the high you experience when smoking weed and that CBD is not psychoactive. These top 3 reasons people report for using CBD – also known as cannabidiol are: Sleep Pain Anxiety And most want the positive effect of the CBD without getting…

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Quit Smoking with CBD

Want to Quit Smoking Cigarettes? CBD to the rescue! According to the WHO (World Health Organization) about 7 million people die annually from the many well known serious complications of smoking tobacco cigarettes. To contrast that – the worldwide death toll for cannabis is ZERO. That’s right – the product that kills you from cancer…

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Delta-8 THC You’ve probably heard about THC  and may know that is the psychoactive compound in cannabis that is responsible for getting people “high” or “stoned”. But most of that effect is due to delta-9 THC. However there exists in cannabis another compound – known as delta-8 THC which is a different psychoactive cannabinoid with…

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Popular Uses and Potential Benefits CBD oil, is a popular natural remedy that is often suggested for use in common ailments. The main active ingredient is CBD also known as cannabidiol – though CBD is available in many other forms such as CBD flower, gummies, capsules, vapes etc. Cannabinoids, which are more commonly referred to…

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Cooking with Cannabis

CBD – An overview You’ve probably heard a lot about CBD and CBD oil and tried to figure out what the fuss is about. We’re here to answer that with this introduction to CBD. We’ll cover how it’s different from THC, potential uses, side-effects and more. How does cannabidiol differ from cannabis? When discussing CBD,…

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CBD may help treat depression

Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a natural substance that has actually become more attractive lately, thanks in part to a growing number of research on its potential health benefits, which could include dealing with depression. Preliminary results of some research studies on CBD and anxiety look appealing. CBD is one of more than 100 substances known…

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Cooking with Cannabis

CBD preparations and gummy bears are probably already part of your holistic toolkit for dealing with cramps, stress and anxiety or sleep problems. Next, the use and enjoyment of the popular cannabinoid: incorporation into foods and drinks. Fear of cooking with CBD is not only ironic but unnecessary. We’ll walk you through what you need…

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CBD vs CBG

You’ve just started getting used to the concept of CBD, now you’re becoming aware of CBG? What on the earth is the difference? Products consisting of cannabidiol (CBD) have recently taken off in public interest, as the cannabinoid’s reputed anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant impacts have made it into a trendy active ingredient for skincare brands and…

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science stuff

What is the Entourage Effect and How Do Terpenes Affect it? The entourage effect is essentially the manifestation of the concept of the whole being greater than the sum of the parts. It is the cumulative effect of the individual components as well as the effect of the combination and interaction between the components. While…

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neuron header

Remember back in science class when we were told about organisms, a basic form of life? We were told by our teachers that organisms of all types have three basic functions: Self-preservation/protection Reproduction Whether it was science or social studies (anthropology), we were repeatedly shown that all organisms are focused on the preservation and extension…

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THC vs THCA

Even if you’re not well versed in cannabis, it’s uses, and derivatives, including CBD, you’ve likely heard the term THC. But what is THC and what is the different with THCA? Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the chemical compound accountable for the stimulating the psychoactive effects of cannabis usage, and also depending upon the exact strain of…

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thc

Cannabis is a flower that includes chemical parts – some of which are called cannabinoids – that interact with receptors throughout the body as well as create a range of emotional as well as physical results. THC or delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol is by far the most well-known of these cannabinoids but is definitely not the only…

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medical marijuana

Research study on just how cannabis disrupts other medicines is limited. However, drugs.com has a list of 24 medications that it lists as having potentially Major Interactions with cannabis. These include alfentanil buprenorphine butorphanol codeine dezocine fentanyl hydrocodone hydromorphone levomethadyl acetate levorphanol meperidine methadone morphine morphine liposomal nalbuphine oxycodone oxymorphone pentazocine propoxyphene remifentanil sodium oxybate sufentanil…

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side effects

Is it a feature or a bug? When it comes to understanding the side effects of marijuana, it all comes down to perspective. Side Effects of Marijuana Like most other medicinal substances, whether you call it weed, cannabis or medical marijuana – there are both positive side effects – which is why we use the…

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medical marijuana

Ongoing studies continue around the world to see how medical marijuanaa can deliver benefit in several conditions. Even though the use of cannabis is not yet Federally legal – many states allow medical marijuana usage for the following conditions. (Please check as to which of these conditions may quality in your state). Severe and chronic…

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CBD Joint

Medical marijuana is marijuana. It is a drug from the hemp plant Cannabis sativa. Despite the fact that lots of people utilize the word “marijuana” when referencing marijuana, the term “marijuana” specifically refers to the dried out flowers as well as leaves of the marijuana plant. Treating Symptoms and Conditions with Medical Marijuana Medical marijuana,…

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insomnia, can't sleep, sleep disorders

“Insomnia is a common sleep disorder that can make it hard to fall asleep, hard to stay asleep, or cause you to wake up too early and not be able to get back to sleep. You may still feel tired when you wake up. Insomnia can sap not only your energy level and mood but…

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Rolling a Joint

One the most appealing prospective applications for medical cannabis is cancer trreatment. It has actually long been prescribed to counter the negative effects of chemotherapy, but oncologists across the world are dealing with trials to figure out whether cannabis can be used to deal with cancer itself. Previous research study showed pledge for THC in…

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cancer

Cannabis may relieve some cancer symptoms and some side effects of cancer treatment A few research studies of smoked marijuana discovered that it can be valuable in treating queasiness and vomiting, a common cancer symptom and even more so, a common side effect from cancer chemotherapy. Some studies have actually discovered that breathed in (smoked…

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Medical Marijuana and Epilepsy & other Seizure Disorders Using cannabis to treat epilepsy, seizure disorders, and other neurological conditions has actually been studied for a variety of years. It has actually been hotly disputed too. Early evidence from lab studies, anecdotal reports, and little clinical research studies over a number of years recommend that cannabidiol…

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rheumatoid arthritis

Medical Marijuana and Rheumatoid Arthritis Researchers still do not know a whole lot concerning how marijuana influences your body. But there is substantial proof that it can help eliminate long-term pain. And pain is a major signs and symptom of rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Advantages for Rheumatoid Arthritis The Cannabis sativa plant has greater than 100…

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spasm

Muscle spasms affect just about everybody, from foot cramps and midnight “charley horses” to strained and pulled muscles. Particular disorders and diseases also trigger muscle convulsions. Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) can all cause clients to experience muscle spasms that vary from uneasy to painful. Muscle Spams are Common Since muscle spasms…

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muscle spasms, muscle cramps

How Medical Marijuana Helps Treats Muscle Spasms Related to Multiple Sclerosis Medical marijuana is a reliable treatment approach for muscle spasms brought on by Multiple Sclerosis (MS), an immune-mediated disease. If you’re not familiar with MS, it’s an incapacitating and in some cases deadly condition of the main nervous system and is the most typical…

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anxiety

Medical Marijuana, along with CBD, are used frequently in the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, and in fact, anxiety is often one of the diagnoses allowed in states where medical marijuana is controlled for certain conditions.Additionally the three most commonly reported benefits of cannabis usage are: Calmness Improve sleep and ability to fall asleep…

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anorexia

Medical Marijuana may help in the treatment of Anorexia Cannabis is widely known for making you feel hungry– both marijuana users and non-users alike commonly joke about “the munchies.” Yet, have you ever before thought of why it gives you food desires? There’s more science at work when you use marijuana than you might believe.…

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woman with dementia

Medical Marijuana as a Treatment for Dementia While researchers have actually seen some success in the treatment of dementia, operation medical cannabis to combat the development of beta amyloid plaques, researches are showing varying results in utilizing it to deal with the illness. Study involving Medical Marijuana and Dementia A research study team from Radboud…

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Years worth of anecdotal proof indicate the effectiveness of cannabis to deal with persistent pain conditions. Nowadays, medical and clinical communities are overtaking what many marijuana advocates have actually known for many years. What do the studies say about Medical Marijuana and Pain According to a Harvard-led evaluation of 28 research studies of cannabinoids to…

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arthritis

Medical marijuana is an all-natural, affordable choice to standard medicines utilized that may help treat joint inflammation and arthritis, which also lacks the negative effects discovered in traditional drugs. Increasingly, many arthritis sufferers affected with joint inflammation have opted to try cannabis to soothe their symptoms. These patients have actually experienced superb results, consisting of…

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Marijuana for Pain For patients with chronic pain-related disorders, medical cannabis could indicate remedy for persistent, life-altering conditions. Whether clients are experiencing chronic disorders like fibromyalgia or have symptoms related to the treatment of another illness like cancer, medicinal marijuana can assist improve clients’ quality of life by easing typical causes of discomfort like swelling.…

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multiple sclerosis, ms

There have been numerous research studies carried out to assess the effects of cannabinoids on multiple sclerosis related pain, spasticity, and bladder symptoms. The majority of studies included fairly small numbers of individuals with MS and the result procedures differed amongst studies. Nevertheless, reviews of published research studies have actually generally shown that synthetic cannabinoids…

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edibles, gummies

What should you do if your child eats something containing marijuana? First and foremost, don’t panic. Then learn the issues, take stock, and take action, if necessary. Kids and Edibles If you believe your youngster ate something containing marijuana you should treat it as you would if he or she ate any other medication. Watch…

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is marijuana addictive

A big concern when taking any new medication is if it’s addictive. If you’re using medical marijuana for your disabling and also chronic conditions, you may be concerned about risks, including if it’s potentially addictive. Rest assured, in comparison to other medically prescribed products for the treatment of similar conditions, such as opioids, cannabis has…

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is CBD legal

Federally, yes, but …. Some states deem CBD oil either fully illegal or under certain terms. Hemp-derived CBD is legal if and only if it contains less than 0.3% THC. If the CBD is not hemp-derived, even if it has 0.0% THC, it is still illegal. Since Cannabis was made federally illegal in the US…

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safe for pets

Are Cannabis and CBD Safe for Pets?The explosion of cannabis and the massive increase in accessibility means that there are now not only CBD products for dogs, cats and horses – but that the risk of a pet getting and eating an entire cake with cannabis is higher than ever before. We know that in…

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medical marijuana for sleep

Medical Marijuana for Sleep Disorders, Insomnia: Which Strain is best, Indica vs. sativa vs. hybrid If you’ve spoken with your medical professional, and they’ve approved the use of marijuana to treat your insomnia, it’s time to select a pressure. Think about picking a one like choosing a tea blend. You might choose straight white or…

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us law

How the 2018 Farm Bill Specifies hemp and  What does it means for FDA-regulated items The 2018 Farm Bill explicitly preserved FDA’s authority to regulate products including cannabis or cannabis-derived compounds under the FD&C Act as well as section 351 of the Public Health Service Act (PHS Act). FDA deals with products having cannabis or cannabis-derived…

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man with alzheimers

Alzheimer’s Studies and Medical Marijuana Studies have shown progress in the effects of medical marijuana and the treatment and management of Alzheimer’s disease. A preclinical research released in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease found that extremely low dosages of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a chemical located in cannabis, can slow down the production of beta-amyloid healthy proteins,…

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medical marijuana

Medical Marijuana The major cannabinoids from the cannabis plant that are of medical interest are THC and CBD. THC can boost hunger and also decrease nausea or vomiting. THC may likewise lower discomfort, swelling (swelling and also inflammation), as well as muscle control issues. Unlike THC, CBD is a cannabinoid that doesn’t make individuals “high.”…

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The jury is still out on whether marijuana or its spin-offs can be used to treat dementia. A lack of solid research study studies indicate that suspicious and unscientific records have actually filled in tough evidence. No research studies or tests have considered the impacts of cannabis or its components on the underlying causes of…

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Cannabis Products

To date, the FDA has not approved a marketing application for cannabis for the treatment of any kind of disease or condition. FDA has, nevertheless, there is now one FDA approved cannabis-derived and three cannabis products as medications. These authorized products are only readily available with a prescription from a qualified doctor. FDA Approved Cannabis…

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glaucoma

A review of prescriptions and uses shows that Glaucoma is a top reason people are seeking out and using medical marijuana. While this may initially be surprising, a quick intro to the topic suggests this shouldn’t be, since it’s a condition that affects so many people, and is the second leading cause of blindness globally,…

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clinical research

The FDA is responsible for the review and approval of any product used as a medication or therapeutic agent, including any products from plants including cannabis research. Researchers need to collaborate with the FDA and submit an IND application to the Center for Drug Evaluation and also Research (CDER). The standard drug development process, according…

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kid with epilepsy

CBD, Epilepsy and Kids The FDA approved Epidiolex, which contains a purified type of the medication compound CBD, for the treatment of seizures associated with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome or Dravet disorder in people 2 years of age or older. It has determined that this particular medication is safe and effective for the intended use based on…

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fda and cannabis in cosmetics

There are companies that promote and sell products, including those touting cannabis in cosmetics. In general, it’s important to note that the FDA does not get involved in the approval process of commerce related to cosmetics or food and dietary supplements. The only exception is when these products suggest health benefits. That’s when the FDA…

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epilepsy, nerve cell

Epidiolex (Cannabidiol, CBD) for Epilepsy Research studies in the U.S. of Epidiolex (a plant-based CBD formulation) have actually been ongoing for a number of years. Information from these research studies has helped supply proof that resulted in the FDA approval of this product on June 25, 2018. Epidiolex is a cleansed (> 98% oil-based) CBD…

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Should pregnant or breastfeeding women use cannabis? There are possible negative wellness impacts with use of marijuana items including THC in expecting or breast feeding women. Published scientific literature suggests negative results of cannabis usage in pregnant females, consisting of fetal development constraint, low birth weight, preterm birth, small-for-gestational age, neonatal intensive care unit (NICU)…

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Crohn’s Disease is an inflammatory bowel disease that leads to inflammation of of the digestive tract. The hallmark symptom’s include: Abdominal pain Extreme diarrhea Fatigue Weight loss All of these lead to nutritional imbalances which further weaken the body’s defenses, causing the disease and the symptoms to compound. This combination of pain, anxiety, stress caused…

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Pain

It can be tough for you to deal with chronic pain without help. Medical cannabis and pain conditions are closely related regarding minimizing signs you may have been suffering from for a protracted time. Medical pot might provide you significant relief if you struggle with any of the following: General non-specific chronic pain– for example,…

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glaucoma and cbd

Is Cannabis an effective treatment for Glaucoma? Depends on what you mean by effective. First a little about what Glaucoma is. At its core Glaucoma is condition of the eyes in which the optic nerve that nerve that transmits visual information to the brain –  is slowly damaged due to increased pressure within the eye itself.…

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Can THC or CBD products be sold as dietary supplements? No. Based on readily available proof, FDA has actually concluded that THC and also CBD products are omitted from the dietary supplement meaning under area 201(ff)( 3 )(B) of the FD&C Act [21 U.S.C. § 321(ff)( 3 )(B)]. Under that arrangement, if a substance (such…

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right to try

Does Cannabis Qualify for the “Right to Try” Act? The short answer is: It’s not eligible. The explanation is a bit more elaborate. The Right to Try Act was made to established to offer accessibility to investigational drugs directly from the companies who develop them, before the drugs or therapies have been approved by the…

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There have actually been no clinical tests on the effects of marijuana or CBD oil in people dealing with mental deterioration and dementia. In the lab A crucial characteristic of Alzheimer’s condition is the accumulate of globs of a protein, called amyloid, in the mind. Some studies have actually shown that parts of cannabis, including…

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medical marijuana

Statement from the American Cancer Society on Medical Marijuana and Cancer The American Cancer Society supports the need for more scientific research on cannabinoids for cancer patients, and recognizes the need for better and more effective therapies that can overcome the often debilitating side effects of cancer and its treatment. The Society also believes that…

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Therapeutic Medical Conditions for Cannabis

When it involves mixing marijuana with various other anti-anxiety medicines, there are a few points to think about. There hasn’t been much research studying the interaction of marijuana and these medications, yet based upon what is available, coupled with anecdotal reporting, we understand that the complicated mechanisms of action of some anti-anxiety medications, there are…

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appetite eating disorder

Can Medical Marijuana Help in Treating Appetite loss in the Elderly? As lots of people age, their appetites transform. Some senior citizens find themselves intending to eat less as they get older, yet– every person needs proper nourishment, especially elderly patients, who have a higher vulnerability to disease. Senior citizens with cravings troubles and their…

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are there fda approved cbd products

Aside from Epidiolex, a prescription treatment for seizure disorders, including epilepsy, there are no other FDA Approved medical items that contain CBD. Under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, any type of item intended to have a restorative or medical usage, and also any kind of product (other than a food) that is meant…

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autism

Can Medical Marijuana Help Youngsters With Autism? FRIDAY, May 10, 2019 (HealthDay News)– Medical cannabis essences appear to help youngsters with autism, decreasing their disruptive behavior while enhancing their social responsiveness, a new Israeli professional test records. Children treated with either a whole-plant marijuana extract or a pure mix of cannabidiol (CBD) as well as…

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Autism

Statement from the Austim Science Foundation on Use of Medical Marijuana for People with Autism Medical marijuana is now legal in several states and the District of Columbia. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the term “medical marijuana” means either the marijuana plant itself or one its many extracts or compounds. Use of…

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Several of the advantages of using medical marijuana include immune function, neuroplasticity, psychological and state of mind policy, vascular health and wellness as well as gastrointestinal function. Research is restricted however studies of the endocannabinoid system suggest benefits may include neuroprotection (in MS, epilepsy, various other activity problems), and also benefit in a number of…

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Pets and CBD

Medical Marijuana has been legalized in many states for use in people. It’s important to note that this status does not apply to pets or other animals. That being said, there are some exceptions. The Animal Medicinal Drug Use Clarification Act The Animal Medicinal Drug Use Clarification Act of 1994 (AMDUCA), allows vets to recommend…

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Have you considered adding hemp to your pet food? If you do, you’ll have to do it on your own since according to the National Grain and Feed Association: As of April 2019, no hemp or hemp products have been approved or defined through available regulatory processes for use in animal feed or pet food. Therefore, hemp and hemp products may not be lawfully used in animal feed…

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cooking with hemp

Have you considered adding hulled hemp flower seeds, hemp seed protein powder, hemp seed oil, or even using hemp flour in your cooking? Cooking with Hemp is Safe In December 2018, the FDA finished its analysis of three normally acknowledged as safe (GRAS) notices for the complying with hemp seed-derived food ingredients: hulled hemp seed,…

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Cannabis can both calm or intensify anxiety based on the dose. Understanding how cannabis works with anxiety requires a closer look at the organic system marijuana mainly connects with: the endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is a substantial system of receptors located throughout each of our bodies: in our minds, organs, intestines, skin– these cannabinoid…

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Sleep problems, including Insomnia aren’t that uncommon Sleep is vital for preserving our psychological and physical health, yet it avoids lots of grownups. According to the National Sleep Foundation, 50 to 70 million U.S. grownups experience signs of a sleep condition. About 30 to 40 percent of the population will experience sleeping disorders at some…

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marijuana stocks, cannabis stocks

Last year was supposed to be when marijuana stocks proved their worth to Wall Street by translating substantial sales growth into recurring profits. Unfortunately for these companies, and their investors, it didn’t work out as planned. Supply issues throughout Canada and high tax rates in a number of legalized U.S. states dumped fuel on the fire that’s…

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Chill Out with Medical Marijuana Strains Some people smoke weed to put a little pep in their step at the top of the day, and some smoke it because it clears their minds in the middle of a hectic afternoon. But arguably, people mainly consume cannabis to chill out and relax. Tons of strains have…

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Medical Marijuana and Medical Conditions For all the criticism and backlash that marijuana receives, much of the research till date has shown that the plant has many certain aspects to helping patients to fight various diseases. Usually when the name weed, marijuana or cannabis is used, it is often associated with drug addicts, intoxication and…

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