First medical marijuana dispensary visit? Here are some helpful tips to make it a stress free and positive experience for you and your family.
Throughout the United States, marijuana is increasingly being legalized and regulated. In fact, almost sixty percent of the United States has some form of legalized marijuana. Whether it be limited medical marijuana legalization, or full blown recreational legalization and regulation, marijuana is gaining popularity in the United States. With increased legalization, it is important that
The Topicals Were Used Consistently Over A Three Day Period- With No Findings New Study Concludes Topical Marijuana Does Not Result In Negative Drug Test – The study has been published in the journal, Forensic Science International. The Study Researchers used two commercially produced products. The topicals contained 1.7ng and 102ng THC per mg. In an
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What is Psoriasis? What is the link between psoriasis and medical marijuana? It’s easy to think of psoriasis as just a skin condition. But psoriasis starts underneath the skin. It is a chronic immune system disease that can range from mild to severe. Psoriasis can be associated with other conditions such as arthritis, Type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.
Is Micro-Dosing For You? Micro-dosing isn’t new. Its the method of giving yourself the minimum amount of a substance needed to reach a desired effect. Marijuana doses vary person to person. You also have to factor in the natural variables that come with different strains and cannabinoid profiles. What does micro dosing mean to the patient? It
What Are Marijuana Topicals? Marijuana topicals are cannabis-infused oils lotions or balms, that are absorbed through the skin. They work for soreness, inflammation and pain relief in specific areas. Topicals can include THC, CBD and other cannabinoids. Topicals in cream, balm or lotion form don’t cause a psychoactive response. The cannabinoids in the topical only