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What You Need to Know About Cannabis

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Cannabis Facts

According to some reports, around 182 million people across the globe consume marijuana, however, the United Nation’s World Drug Report estimates the number to be closer to 238 million. With North American countries, such as the United States and Canada, showing leniency in the production, use, and distribution of this plant, many people might be curious to know what the hype is all about.

Here are some essential things you need to know about cannabis, the so-called ‘miracle plant’.

The Basics About Cannabis

When people hear the word ‘marijuana,’ a lot of them think about the negative connotations associated with this naturally-occurring plant. This is why it’s important to go back to the most basic question: what is cannabis? Cannabis is a plant that grows naturally in various climates, especially tropical and temperate areas. In fact, it is so easy to grow that it can even be cultivated indoors.

What makes this crop different is its chemical contents. It has compounds (also called cannabinoids) such as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD), and cannabinol (CBN). These compounds induce different effects on the human body, depending on the amount ingested or applied.

The marijuana plant has three primary species, namely Cannabis sativa, indica, and ruderalis. Sativa is known to give a ‘head’ high, which gets the creative juices flowing. It also gives an energy boost and enhances focus, making it perfect for use during the day. These effects are due to its balance of THC and CBD content.

Indica produces a ‘body’ high, which contains considerable amounts of THC, the psychoactive component of marijuana. It has sedative properties, allowing for effective pain relief and insomnia treatment. Meanwhile, ruderalis has low amounts of THC, but what makes it special for many budtenders is its auto-flowering attributes, making it easier to grow. Many growers are cross-breeding these different species to create hybrid strains that have the desired amount of cannabinoid and growth.

Medical Marijuana Through the Ages

You might be thinking that the medicinal use of marijuana is a modern-day discovery. In truth, the medical application of this crop can be traced way, way back to ancient times. Research shows that as early as 2737 BC, the ancient Chinese used this herb as a treatment for a wide variety of conditions such as rheumatism and gout. There is also evidence of cannabis being used to cure medical conditions in ancient Egypt. One of the oldest medical textbooks, The Ebers Papyrus, written circa 1550 BC, details how hemp was used to treat depression, glaucoma, hemorrhoids and even cancer.

The cannabis plant is valued by other cultures too for its religious, recreational and even spiritual significance. These cultures include ancient Japan and India. Even in the Medieval Ages, marijuana was incorporated into folk medicine, especially for treating ailments and illnesses like coughs and tumors.

Today, modern research is only beginning to recognize hemp for its valuable potential in medicine. Marijuana is now helping care for and treat a wide range of both minor and severe conditions, including epilepsy and cancer. In fact, CBD oil is found to be effective in minimizing extreme conditions in people suffering from a rare form of epilepsy. Moreover, it shows promise in reducing nausea and vomiting in cancer patients. It also aids in regaining lost weight brought on by cachexia, a cancer-related wasting disease similar to anorexia.

Other conditions that marijuana and its cannabinoids can help with include multiple sclerosis, HIV/AIDS, diabetes, Alzheimer’s Disease, and many other debilitating diseases and symptoms.

Other Uses of Cannabis

Aside from using hemp to treat minor and major medical conditions, this plant also has huge potential in sexual health and skin health. According to research, this herb increases sexual desire in women by up to 20%. THC is said to activate a part of a woman’s brain that deals with sexual arousal, increasing the libido and creating a healthier sex life. Moreover, it is found to reduce discomfort during sex, making the experience a more pleasurable one for women.

CBD also exhibits the most potential for skin care in that it can address many issues encountered by many people, including acne attacks, oily skin, dehydration, aging, and itching. It has anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties that can prevent swelling and pimples, as well as treat acne and even bug bites. CBD has two working effects in the skin:  it can moisturize skin or regulate oil production, when needed.

Of course, no list is complete without mentioning the recreational use of marijuana. Whether to uplift your mood or to energize yourself, this plant can definitely improve your disposition. Aside from treating mood and mental disorders, it is used to relieve stress and induce relaxation.

Legalization of Cannabis Across the Globe

With more and more studies being conducted on this so-called miracle plant, many countries around the world are allowing the medical and even recreational use of cannabis. As of today, 30 countries permit the use of medical hemp. Check out the status of marijuana legalization across the globe:

  • Uruguay

When it comes to marijuana laws, Uruguay is most noteworthy. This South American country was the first to legalize cannabis fully way back in 2013. The reason for the legalization was to facilitate efficient treatments for patients. With the production and distribution of cannabis being legalized, and thus regulated by the government, Uruguay anticipated lower drug-related crime statistics.

  • Canada

Canada

Canada was the second country to legalize the medical and recreational use of cannabis countrywide. Regulation is also the reason why this plant was legalised in Canada. Because it is regulated, the government can prevent minors from using it, while increasing tax revenues and preventing criminal organizations from profiting.

  • United States

The midterm elections held in November 2018 resulted in further legalizing medical marijuana throughout the United States to include Utah and Missouri, the two most recent states that allow the use of this herb for medicinal purposes. Out of the 33 US states that have legalized marijuana to date, ten of them, including Washington, DC, also permit the recreational use. However, marijuana remains illegal on a federal level.

  • Others

Europe is seen as the most progressive region when it comes to therapeutic hemp. European countries like The Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Norway, and Germany have allowed patients easier access to this plant and its compounds. Nations such as France and Spain allow using cannabis-derived medicine only for specific conditions.

Regarding African countries, Zimbabwe is a trailblazer when it comes to allowing this plant for medical use. Patients seeking to use this herb should have the appropriate permits.

Marijuana Products You Can Use

  • Cigarettes and Vapes

Smoking marijuana in rolled, cigarette-form is one of the most popular ways to consume it. In states in which marijuana is legal, for recreational and medical uses, you can purchase dried buds and joints in accredited dispensaries. If you want to avoid the negative effects of smoking, inhaling vapors might be your best option. These dispensaries are also likely to carry vape liquids infused with cannabinoids.

  • Cannabis Edibles

Should you prefer a more discreet option, you might want to get edibles. These are food products and drinkables infused with cannabis. You can get these in candy form such as gummies, chocolates, and suckers. Have a liking for baked goods? You are in for a treat as you can get cakes, brownies, and cookies mixed with hemp, as well!

  • Topicals

If you choose not to consume hemp orally, topical products are perfect for you. You can get these in the form of tinctures, creams, balms, and ointments. These are great for relieving muscle and joint pains as you can directly apply them to targeted sites. Moreover, using topicals allows for the fairly discreet consumption of cannabis. You can also orally ingest tinctures by simply placing a few drops under your tongue.

  • Other Cannabis Products

Cannabis-based products are not only good for your skin, but also your hair. This is why there are shampoos infused with cannabinoids. Other products you can buy include capsules, lotions and essential oils.

When getting these products, make sure that you have a good grip on the marijuana laws in your state, and then find a licensed dispensary. Take note of the dosage, as well as the cannabinoid content and percentages. This way, you can get the dosage you need and want. Keep in mind that you can purchase products mixed with cannabis with high amounts of CBD but without THC. This means that it will not get you high but still give you the benefits of consuming cannabis.

Final Words

From the medical, religious and recreational uses of marijuana in ancient times to the recent modern-day developments, it cannot be denied that this plant is gaining ground in many parts of the world. These developments have helped many patients and recreational users to get easier and safer access to this naturally-occurring substance. With the increasing amount of support given to, and research into, studying and legalizing cannabis, more people can take advantage of what cannabis has to offer.

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How to Deal with a Marijuana Hangover

Jordan Webber

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Marijuana Hangover

The responsible use of medical and recreational marijuana is always recommended not only by medical professionals but also by sensible enthusiasts. However, even seasoned consumers can consume more than they usually do, leading to a cannabis hangover the next day. While some people argue the reality of marijuana hangover, you might experience this after a night of binging on THC-rich products.

Here are the best ways to neutralize a marijuana hangover:

Have a Cup of Ginger Tea

Ginger is known for its nausea-fighting properties. If you are suffering from nausea after a whole night of partying with your fellow cannabis enthusiasts, making some ginger tea can definitely help with the queasy feeling. Just one hot cup can definitely get your blood flowing, not only dispelling nausea but also lethargy and brain fog.

Consume Pure Cannabidiol Products

According to the “hair of the dog” treating alcohol hangover, consuming more alcohol is a way to “cure” it. This method is effective to some extent, but it is also dangerous. However, some individuals say that using CBD to treat your marijuana-induced hangover is viable and effective. However, make sure that you only consume cannabis products that do not contain THC. Remember, THC causes the hangover effect, so it will be counterproductive to do so.

Rehydrate and Replenish

One of the most known symptoms of marijuana hangover is dryness of mouth and eyes, as it slows down saliva production. This is why many consumers feel thirsty after taking in cannabis. Once you wake up feeling hungover, you should make sure that you supply your body with the things it needs to recover. Drinking water and eating fruits and vegetables is a great way to supply your body with proper nutrients for another day.

Get Some Sleep

When you experience the full force of THC hangover, you will likely feel the combined symptoms including headache, lethargy, nausea and brain fog. Imagine trying to proceed with your regular routine while suffering those all at the same time. Because of this, you can definitely benefit from taking things slow and getting more sleep.

To prevent getting bad hangovers, here are some things you can do:

  • Only consume high-quality marijuana products – Consuming a bad batch of cannabis can definitely amplify hangover symptoms. Because of this, you should make sure to avoid suspiciously sourced plants and only replenish your stash from your trusted dispensary.
  • Take it easy on new products – Your enthusiasm for marijuana products can urge you to try new products. However, keep in mind that unfamiliar ones can have different undiscovered effects on your body. Some may be fast-acting, some may have higher dosages and some may contain ingredients you have not tried with cannabis before. Because of this, you should be cautious when trying new products to avoid overconsumption.
  • Slow down on edibles – Aside from exercising caution when trying out new products, you also need to aware of your consumption. Keep in mind that cannabis, when taken orally, can take a few minutes to take effect. In fact, some products can take more than an hour before you feel any effects. The best way to ensure that you do not over-consume is to slow down and wait before consuming more.

Remember that responsible consumption is always the best ways to consume the plant. Nevertheless, if you ever have to deal with marijuana hangover, then following these tips can definitely help relieve the symptoms and even prevent it from happening. By practicing safe intake, you can ensure that consuming cannabis products will be nothing but rewarding, beneficial and even more fun!

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Israeli College to Offer Undergrad Medical Cannabis Degree

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Medical Cannabis Degree

The Max Stern Yezreel Valley College, an academic institution located between the cities of Afula and Nazareth in Israel, announced on Monday it will be offering an undergraduate degree with a specialization in medical cannabis to its students.

According to a report from the High Times, the newly established program is set to be opened in the next academic year and will be offered under the Behavioural Science department. This will allow students to study the growing and production of medical cannabis, medicine, and pharmacology, along with the economics and legal issues concerning medical cannabis.

“The goal of the program is to train graduates in new professions in the field of medical cannabis while academizing the field,” explained Dr. Efrat Barel, head of the new program. “The extensive educational base will enable graduates to understand all required aspects, and their integration into the workforce will bring added value to the sector.”

The program will also enable students to take part in practicum programs, immerse in cannabis growing facilities, and conduct research seminars along with local pharmaceutical companies.

“The cannabis industry today is what the cyber industry was 10 years ago,” said Yezreel Valley College President Prof. Itzhak Harpaz.

“Israel needs and can lead this industry, too. This industry is already characterized by many new ventures and technologies, and it is already clear that its economic potential can reach tens of billions of dollars. We are proud to be the first to develop an academic specialization in the field of medical cannabis,” he added.

The use of medical marijuana has long been legal in the country even before the beginning of the new century. Given its warm climate, Israel is even expected to rise as one of the leaders in the booming cannabis field.

Earlier this year, the Israeli government gave its final approval for the exportation of locally grown cannabis to the global market. This is expected to bring $1.09 billion per year into the government’s annual revenues.

“Considering the significant impact that this industry will have on the Israeli economy in the coming years, skilled professionals are required to enter the field of medical cannabis and progress alongside it,” College President Harpaz noted.

The recent announcement of Max Stern Yezreel Valley College marked Israel’s first-ever college to offer an undergraduate degree with a specialization in medical cannabis. This follows the previous steps taken by several institutions across the globe that are also offering various graduate-degree programs specializing in cannabis.

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A Beginner’s Guide on How to Buy in Cannabis Dispensaries

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Cannabis Dispensaries

The legalization of medical marijuana in various U.S. states has launched a multi-billion dollar industry. With many patients wanting to experience the host of benefits of cannabis to their health and wellness, the market has grown exponentially. Among those who benefit from the birth and growth of this new market are dispensaries that sell marijuana and other related products like pure CBD oil.

This article will serve as a guide and a walk-through when you visit a dispensary near your area.

What is a Cannabis Dispensary?

The medical cannabis dispensaries act as retail shops where you can purchase cannabis and cannabis-related products. There are laws governing the dispensaries. As such, most of these dispensaries can be found where medical and recreational marijuana are legal. Unlike in the Netherlands, where the concept of dispensaries comes from, consuming the plant either by smoking or vaping on the site is not allowed.

A dispensary manager runs a typical store. He or she oversees the site’s day-to-day operations. It is also staffed by budtenders, who acts as a pharmacist, store attendant, and cannabis consultant in the store. Just like any retail outlet, it has cashiers, delivery crew, and other personnel.

Dispensaries are different from head shops, which strictly sells paraphernalia such as sell hashish pipes, rolling papers, and vaporizers for consuming marijuana products. Operating head shops is authorized by some states, especially where recreational marijuana is legal.

Buying from dispensaries can give you an edge over buying them online. Aside from having a chance to check the quality of your purchases, you can also seek help from budtenders or other people specializing in this plant.

Medical vs. Adult-Use Cannabis Dispensaries

Dispensaries fall under two categories: medical and adult-use (recreational). Medical cannabis stores only offer cannabis strains and products to patients who have permission or recommendation by doctors and other qualified health professionals. Meanwhile, adult-use cannabis dispensaries sell the products from the plant for relaxation and recreational activities.  Customers in both store types are required by law to submit requirements when purchasing.

Medical Dispensaries

Here are some documents requested by most medical cannabis shops:

  • Doctor’s recommendation and prescription, medical cannabis ID and certification, and other documents required by your state.
  • You must 18 years old and above to qualify for medical authorization. But you can apply for exceptions in some instances, especially if the minor has particularly debilitating conditions.

In most states, medical dispensaries require you to register and submit copies of your medical marijuana documents to keep them on file. They will keep this record for whatever legal and regulatory purposes imposed within the state.

The atmosphere of a medical dispensary typically resembles a clinic or other healthcare facility. After registering and presenting your documents to an attendant, you will be asked to proceed to a waiting room before a budtender will call you for a one-on-one consultation. The budtender will candidly discuss your medical issues and provide recommendations for your health condition based on your doctor’s findings.

In most cases, medical dispensaries track the products you’ve purchased. This procedure can help budtenders and patients monitor the potency of the medicine. The dispensary will also use the results as a live record of producers and their products for future reference.

In some states, medical dispensaries allow you to examine the quality of buds and other products before purchasing.

Adult-Use Dispensaries

Adult-use stores can only sell recreational cannabis to people aged 21 years old and above. You need to prove your age by showing a valid and unexpired state ID. You can use eligible and unexpired passport as an identig

Many outlets have menus and product lists that you can check while you stand in line. Their menus are organized in various ways, such as by product type such as flower, edible, concentrate, topical, and many others. Many also specify the THC content of the products, to give you an idea on the level of intoxication you can experience when consuming the product.

Unlike in medical stores, budtenders in the adult-use dispensaries usually don’t give you a full 20 minutes of their time in giving you advice. Adult-use dispensaries are often designed as a regular store where you can purchase marijuana products with more accessibility and convenience. They only need to check whether you are qualified to buy based on your age.

But this doesn’t mean you can no longer consult with budtenders. These professionals can still educate you or give you honest recommendations on which strain or product to use based on your needs.

Tips for Buying in Dispensaries

Visiting a cannabis dispensary should be an enjoyable and educational experience. These are some things to do when you visit in one of these specialized stores.

  • Do your research

Some websites such as Leafly has a list of dispensaries where you can buy marijuana products (whether medical or recreational) and CBD oil near you. You can check the type (medical or adult-use), address, and the menu of the stores. You can also contact the dispensary on the phone, via email or your social media account to double-check the availability of any product and for consultation.

  • Find out your specific goals for buying marijuana products

The first thing budtenders will do is to ask your reason for purchasing marijuana. Some of the questions they may throw to you revolves around:

  • The way you would like to consume your cannabis
  • Whether you will use marijuana as medicine
  • The level of psychoactive experience you want to experience
  • For how long you will experience the effects
  • How discreet you want your cannabis consumption to be

And you can’t blame budtenders for doing so. Cannabis come in a wide variety of strains (more than 100) with different effects in your body. You can also buy a host of cannabis-related products like CBD oil, THC oil, terpenes, and other substances. They need to know your definite intent for using marijuana to give you the best recommendation for your unique needs.

While visiting the website, you can also check what kind of IDs and other documents you need to show to the dispensary.

  • Prepare to ask the budtender

To be sure that you are buying only the best strain and product, you need to inquire budtenders many questions. Despite its popularity in popular culture, Americans, in general, are still newbies in terms of marijuana use.  Many will consume the plant for the first time. If you’re one of them, you need to check which one suits best for you. As mentioned above, marijuana comes in many variations, with each has a distinct flavor and effect on your body. You can even request the budtender to smell, feel, and taste the flowers and determine the quality of the plant first-hand.

But don’t expect to get authoritative answers from budtenders. The federal government has yet to issue license showing the expertise of these professionals in giving expert advice on the plant. What’s more, there are only a few educational institutions that offer courses about marijuana. So while you can seek their opinion based on their experience, you still need to consult cannabis doctors and other experts in the plant for guidance.

  • Be aware of any health issues that could surface while taking cannabis.

Marijuana consumption can lead to different consequences. Some people are prone to side effects that can impact their health in the long term. A few of the effects only take place after the continuous consumption of marijuana products. Because of this fact, you need to coordinate with the dispensary to help you track the changes in your body while you’re taking marijuana.

Remember, this plant can affect different people in different ways. What can be a medicine to one person can be a cause of mental disease or other health issues to another. It’s better to keep in touch with the store where you purchased the product to make the necessary steps when a health problem arises.

  • Find out what payment modes your chosen dispensary take

Up to this date, the marijuana has not been legalized up to the federal level. Hence, finding a dispensary that accepts credit or debit card can be challenging for you. Many banks or digital payment providers avoid recognizing transactions that involve cannabis or even CBD-infused products. Some people even use cryptocurrencies like Potcoin as their mode of payment for marijuana products. While this currency type is not yet commonly used, you may need to bring cash to secure your purchase.

  • Only buy what you suits you the best or what you feel comfortable with

Virtually all dispensaries impose no return and refund policy in their merchandise. So, make sure you only bring home what feels right for you. It is then important to double-check whether the item you are buying suits you the best to avoid wasting your money. Take your time to research online and ask doctors, budtenders, and other experts on which strain or product to choose.

Buying marijuana products for first-timers can be tricky. While purchasing products online is more convenient, you may need to ensure that you only buy items that will benefit your health. When visiting a dispensary near you, you can seek help from people with experience and expertise in cannabis.

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