Marijuana is quickly becoming the leading treatment for eating disorders due to the fact that it acts as a complete solution. The medical benefits of marijuana are quite extensive in treating anorexia in that they not only treat the condition directly (i.e. help increase appetite) but indirectly as well (i.e. helps lower anxiety, sleep deprivation, pains, etc). Continue reading “Medical Marijuana and Eating Disorders (Anorexia)”
Ahhhh, sleeping well! Perhaps the greatest gift we can start our day with is that feeling of waking up with a fresh perspective, feeling well rested and having the will to take on whatever the day brings. Sleeping well is an active ingredient in living a healthy lifestyle. Patients of medical-grade marijuana have experienced the benefits first-hand of using this plant-based medicine as a sleep-aid when experiencing insomnia.
Curious to know how to grow marijuana for medical purposes? Check out our Growing Marijuana 101 infographic.
Since August 2016, under the Acess to Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (“ACMPR”), individuals may register to produce and cultivate marijuana for self-serve medical purposes.
Most of us know that indica and sativa are two different marijuana strains (or types) but very few of us actually know the difference between the two. That’s why we prepared this awesome infographic. As you’ll see, indica and sativa can be quite different, particularly with respect to their effects, uses, and flavors. Enjoy. Continue reading “Indica vs Sativa Marijuana Strains (Infographic)”
A common question in the community is how does THC differentiate from CBD? Marijuana contains two primary ingredients: tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). Both of them fall under “cannabinoids,” which refer to a unique class of compounds. Below, we discuss how these two differ from one another. Continue reading “THC vs CBD, How Are They Different?”
It is no secret that the Canadian government and its regulatory bodies, namely Health Canada, are moving quickly with the legalization of marijuana. Although it is only legal for medical purposes at the present time under the ACMPR, recreational use is probably just around the corner but with one little hurdle. Well a big hurdle, Donal Trump.
The month of December 2016 was extremely remarkable for the cannabis industry. The Task Force on Cannabis Legalization and Regulation was organized by the government to study and propose recommendations on the best way to implement the legalization of marijuana for recreational use. The organization will also prepare a roadmap to achieve it by the end of 2018 or by early 2019.