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Medical marijuana is the only treatment method that has had a rather turbulent past than any other form of treatment. It is not easy to obtain medical marijuana from the plant they sell on the street. Medical marijuana is obtained from a very pure, uncut cannabis indica plant. The plant contains hundreds of chemicals that are beneficial to human health. But the most used chemicals, out of hundreds, are two, THC which stands for delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol and Cannabidol (CBD). These two chemicals are also the most dominant of all other chemicals present in the plant.
In the last article, we looked at the illness that medical marijuana treats or improve symptoms. Despite being used to treat a variety of diseases, medical marijuana has not been approved by government agencies like the Federal Drug Administration. One of the main reasons why medical marijuana has received resistance from different quarters is because there has not been done a convincing clinical trial to prove the medical benefits of the cannabis indica plant. But that doesn’t mean that the plant lacks any medical benefits. It has in fact been used for more than a thousand years as a medical therapy. Medical marijuana has a variety of health benefits, especially for seniors.
A huge number of illnesses that medical marijuana treats, are associated with old age. These diseases include;
Hemp is being hailed for its therapeutic value across the globe in recent years and the CBD industry and developing at a phenomenal rate due to public demand.
Cannabidiol or CBD is a major compound found in cannabis sativa. The more commonly known cannabinoid found in cannabis is tetrahydrocannabinol ( THC ), but CBD is fast becoming the cannabinoid of choice for many reasons. Firstly CBD is not psychoactive and therefore does not provide a “high” like other cannabinoids such as THC. Secondly, CBD is legal in most states and countries as long as it contains less than 0.3% THC and extracted from the variety of cannabis known as Hemp. And lastly, CBD, just like THC, has many potential medical and therapeutic benefits. Continue reading Hemp Flower and Hash→
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Cannabis has been used by both ancient and modern civilizations for millennia as a nutritional and medicinal supplement. It has also been a major agricultural crop used extensively for its fibres and seeds. There has been much interest in the last few years of one of the major cannabinoids found in cannabis, known as CBD. It is believed to have many medicinal properties that were once not widely known and CBD on certain skin conditions is showing much positive potential.
CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found the majority in the cannabis variety known as hemp. Hemp has primarily been grown for its industrial and nutritional value but has recently come under scrutiny by the medical industry for its many medical benefits such as being an excellent treatment for pain management, anti-anxiety, anti-inflammatory and its neuroprotective potential.
A well known strain that was bred from a clone into a feminised seeds by Strain hunters. Afgooey is a famous strain that came out of Northern Califonia and was reverse engineered and the crossbred back to itself ( S1 ).
An indica dominant cannabis plant with about 30% sativa bred into it. Its genetics are Afganhica x Maui Haze (Feminised) . Afgooey is a big producer both indoors and outdoors. Outdoors one can expect over 1 kilo of harvest.
Afgooey’s growth characteristics are unique in that it has short internodes, a very thick central stem and a very bushy cannabis plant.
It will flower within 8 weeks both indoors and outdoors and even during mid-flowering you can expect to have a lot of aroma. Continue reading Afgooey – Strain Hunters→
Cannabis delivery is a new growing industry across the nation. California is a hotspot for cannabis consumers since legalizing cannabis for both medical and recreational use at the beginning of this year. Delivery of quality cannabis is a much-needed service for customers who don’t have the resources to get to dispensaries.
You can feel a lot like you’re Goldilocks when trying to figure out which CBD product is just right for you. There’s full spectrum CBD, CBD isolate, Raw CBD, Active CBD, and goodness know this list goes on for a bit. However, they all fall into one of two categories: Full Spectrum and Isolate.
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Understanding Cannabis And Where CBD Comes From
Cannabis is a complex plant with hundreds of molecules that all can in some way benefit our health. Let’s check them out!
CBD has a long history of being used as a treatment for common health problems. As a matter of fact, people were using cannabis and CBD long before modern scientists began studying the compound. There are records of use in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas; and many cultures were actively involved in the cultivation of cannabis specifically for medical use.
According to historians, King Henry VIII demanded that farmers set aside a section of their land for hemp, and he imposed fines for those who didn’t comply. When she ruled England in the 19th century, Queen Victoria used hemp plants to treat severe menstrual cramps.