Category: THC

Endocannabinoid System Guide

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Feb2011

When Science Goes to Pot

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When Science Goes to Pot Welcome to the world of science. I didn't do well in high school science and have pretty much avoided addressing scientific subjects formally until now. That's because I've been delving into the science of marijuana to try to figure out some of the hows and whys of ... Read More
February 2, 2011Daily Dose

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Dec2010
Sarah Russo, Outreach Coordinator for Project CBD, explains why CBD-rich medical marijuana helps her function throughout the day without some of the negative experiences sometimes associated with medical cannabis lacking Cannabidiol and that is THC-rich.
December 24, 2010Daily Dose

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Nov2010
New research shows that marijuana, long a symbol of tie-dyed inebriation, could one day become a respectable prescription drug with no intoxicating effects. A Chapman University scientist reveals in two recent studies that nausea-reducing chemicals in marijuana can be separated from the chemicals that produce euphoria. While use in humans is years away, ... Read More
November 27, 2010Daily Dose

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Nov2010
By Steve Kubby, posted in drugpolicycentral.com The study by Manuel Guzmán of Madrid Spain found that cannabinoids, the active components of marijuana, inhibit tumor growth in laboratory animals. They do so by modulating key cell-signaling pathways, thereby inducing direct growth arrest and death of tumor cells, as well as by inhibiting the ... Read More
November 15, 2010Daily Dose
23 Fantastic Health Benefits Of Medical Marijuana

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Oct2010
THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, causes brain cancer cells to undergo a process called autophagy in which cells feed upon themselves, according to a study conducted by Guillermo Velasco and colleagues at Complutense University in Spain. Using mice designed to carry human brain cancer tumors, the researchers found that ... Read More
October 14, 2010Daily Dose
Marijuana Pain Management

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Oct2010
According to a report in the October issue of the British Journal of Psychiatry, the low- and high-cannabidiol cannabis strains smoked in the study contained a similar about of Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is known to impair memory. "This study shows apparent protection from THC-induced memory deficits by cannabidiol," Nadia Solowij, PhD, of ... Read More
October 8, 2010Daily Dose
Croatia Legalizes Marijuana for Medical Use

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Oct2010
A compound found in cannabis may prove to be effective at helping stop the spread of breast cancer cells throughout the body The study, by scientists at the California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute, is raising hope that CBD, a compound found in Cannabis sativa, could be the first non-toxic agent ... Read More
October 8, 2010Daily Dose

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Sep2010
Project CBD is a not-for-profit, educational service dedicated to promoting and publicizing research into the unique medical properties of cannabidiol (CBD) and other components of the cannabis plant. As described in Summer 2010 O'Shaughnessy's, CBD is a non-psychoactive compound that doesn't make people feel "stoned." The reduced ... Read More
September 20, 2010Daily Dose

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Sep2010
Cannabis Reduces Infant Mortality Surprising Connections Between Failure to Thrive and Cannabinoids (NORTHERN CALIFORNIA) - Years ago, a friend of mine, a good Christian lady, had a child with "failure to thrive". She had CPS all over her, looking for even the tiniest trace of child neglect. They found none. The child ... Read More
September 20, 2010Daily Dose