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How to Choose the Right Cannabis Seeds

If you’ve made the choice to grow your own cannabis, there are a few things you’re going to need to consider when looking for seeds. Seeing as you’re going to be observing the plant from start to finish (and thus investing ample time and money into it), you need to ensure everything is done correctly. This starts with choosing the right seeds. There are several types of cannabis seeds available, so how do you know where to begin?  Below are just a few considerations to make to ensure you are purchasing the right cannabis seed. Feminized Seeds It is important to remember that only the female flowers will produce the cannabis bud that is the ultimate end goal. So, it [...]

Why Some People Use Cannabis for Pain

Cannabis is widely used to treat chronic pain. There are good reasons that the people who come over to this form of treatment make that decision and here are some of them. The Problem with Chronic Pain Chronic pain will, of course, require a long-term treatment. For people with chronic pain, the only options for treatment before medical marijuana was made available involved painkillers that had side effects with which they may not have been comfortable. For instance, taking too many opiate painkillers can result in dependency. Other painkillers may have effects on other parts of the body. Aspirin, for instance, can cause problems with the stomach if it is taken over and over again. Comparatively, cannabis has very mild [...]

5 High-Quality Alternatives to CBD Oil

While CBD oil is one of the most common methods of consuming CBD, in this blog we'll cover some other popular methods which are also equally effective. If you're looking to buy CBD oil or CBD products we'll provide you some available products listed on our website. Cannabidiol or CBD is a non-psychoactive compound that is derived from the cannabis plant. Consuming it will not get you "high" but can provide a multitude of medicinal benefits worth noting. Many studies are revealing that CBD can help treat a variety of diseases and ailments that pharmaceutical drugs do - with no side effects. Patients around the world are improving their lives and finding benefit from consuming this all-natural cannabis compound. Benefits [...]

5 Countries Where Recreational Cannabis Is Legal

Marijuana has always been a highly politicized topic. Depending on where you are in the world consequences can mean jail time. There are a handful of countries where recreational cannabis is completely legal and you may be surprised that they aren't ones most people might think (ie Holland & Jamaica). Then there are countries where it is illegal but legal-ish a the same time. While medical marijuana is legal in roughly 30 countries, this trend seems to be growing as countries like Canada, United Kingdom and the US are joining the list in 2018. In this blog we will look at the only 5 countries where recreational marijuana is legal. However despite their legality they do come [...]

Cannabis Products for Commons Skin Conditions

More than half the Canadian population has some sort of skin condition such as acne, eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis. It's been well known that cigarette smoking can damage the skin, however can marijuana actually help treat major skin conditions however ingesting smoke can also include unwanted carcinogens. There are other alternatives to consuming cannabis which are healthier such as vaping, edibles and concentrates such as tinctures and oils. Several topical treatments can also purchased online that can be applied directly to the skin without getting "high". Many cannabis skin care products include cannabis oil and infused with cannabis compounds such as CBD and THC have been known to treat common skin conditions effectively. Cannabis Oil Cannabis oil which can be [...]

By | July 17th, 2018|Categories: All Cannabis, Cannabis Health|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

10 Marijuana Vaporizers Worth Every Cent

Using a vaporizer is a technique for avoiding irritating respiratory toxins in marijuana smoke by heating cannabis to a temperature where the psychoactive ingredients evaporate without causing combustion. Like tobacco, marijuana smoke contains toxins that are known to be hazardous to the respiratory system. These toxins are essentially a byproduct of combustion, separate from the pharmaceutically active components of marijuana, known as cannabinoids, which include THC. Cannabis vaporizers are designed to let users inhale active cannabinoids while avoiding harmful smoke toxins. They do so by heating cannabis to a temperature of 180 - 200° C (356° - 392° F), just below the point of combustion where smoke is produced. At this point, THC and other medically active cannabinoids are emitted with little or none of the carcinogenic tars and noxious gases [...]