1. Cannabis Topicals: Reshaping Pain Relief and Other Ailments

    One of the most remarkable and wonderful things that have been introduced to the world of cannabis are topicals.  A lot of people who are against consuming cannabis the more traditional way (joints, bongs, etc) are utilizing topicals.  So what are topicals exactly? Topicals are cannabis infused lotions, salves, lip balms, oils, etc that are absorbed through the skin which provided localized pai…Read More

  2. Unlimited Potential: Can CBD Help Sufferers of Seizures

    There are approximately three million people in the United States that have been diagnosed with a seizure disorder, of these, over one-third of them experience poorly controlled seizures. Many people not knowing where to turn for a long time except pharmaceuticals. With the new medical marijuana laws, more people are turning to cannabidiol (CBD) to help control their seizures.  This leads to the …Read More

  3. How Can Cannabinoids Help Me? The Science Behind Isolated Cannabinoids and Their Effects

    Patients use marijuana seeking unconventional treatment when all else has failed. Cannabis has therapeutic value when used and dosed correctly. It is up to you, the patient, to determine if cannabis is right for you. Marijuana typically is split into two categories: cannabis indica and cannabis sativa. However, this oversimplifies the complex nature of marijuana as “medicine”. The therapeutic …Read More

  4. Can Senior Citizens Benefit from Cannabis?

    Calling all seniors! Are you one of the many seniors who is considering using cannabis, but unsure of the cannabis compounds or methods of consumption? Cannabis could be right for you. I'm going to break down the two major compounds and the methods of consumption. The two main compounds of cannabis are THC and CBD. THC is the psychoactive compound in cannabis.  It is good for pain relief, reducti…Read More

  5. Battling the Opioid Epidemic: Opioid Abuse and How Cannabis Can Help

    Opioid prescription drug abuse is at an epidemic high in the United States. It is estimated that between 26.4 and 31 million people abuse opioids worldwide, and more than 2.1 million are living in the United States.  Per the Nation Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), the total number of opioid pain relievers prescribed in the United States has skyrocketed in the past 25 years.  The number of prescr…Read More