Let’s Know a Bit More About Cannabis Landrace Strains

Let’s Know a Bit More About Cannabis Landrace Strains

When we talk about the cannabis space, there is a visible change from earlier times. The strains available in the 1960s were much different from what we get now. If you smoked in the 1970s, there is a high chance that it was Sativa. With the advent of 420 medical evaluations, the scene changed with respect to the medical community. There was a constant aim to breed and develop new strains that are wired to manage multiple health conditions. 
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Top Reasons For Considering Growing Your Own Cannabis

Top Reasons For Considering Growing Your Own Cannabis

Since the legalization of cannabis, more and more people are starting to look at it with different perspectives. Earlier people used to believe various myths about cannabis, but now researchers have debunked almost all of them. That is why cannabis has gained a lot of popularity in recent years. While more than 30 states have legalized medical cannabis, several states have legalized cannabis for both medical and recreational purposes. Now people can buy medical cannabis for their condition with an MMJ card. In fact, with a growers license, people can even grow medical cannabis at home for their condition. And growing cannabis at home also has many benefits.
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How to Use Cannabis Safely During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

How to Use Cannabis Safely During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Cannabis is an answer to managing multiple health conditions. As we battle the COVID-19 pandemic, cannabis sales are at an all-time high. This surely proves that people are using the herb as an escape from the burden of the pandemic. Well, if you have an MMJ Card in Santa Clara, you have the legal right to access cannabis from the state-certified dispensaries. The herb is surely a great remedy for boring quarantine but there is a lot you should know. 
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Use Marijuana For Managing Epilepsy Symptoms Effectively

Use Marijuana For Managing Epilepsy Symptoms Effectively

Marijuana has medicinal properties, which can help in managing various neurological disorders, such as epilepsy. There are many medical studies showing the effectiveness of cannabis in improving certain symptoms associated with the disorders available. That’s why more patients are choosing marijuana over prescription medications. Despite the federal ban, the medical use of marijuana is legal in more than half of the US states.
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Marijuana For Arthritis – How it Works?

Marijuana For Arthritis – How it Works?

More people are now using cannabis for managing arthritis symptoms, such as pain, aches, etc. According to a new survey of over 1000 patients with arthritis, 57 percent of them had tried marijuana. And, 90 percent of them had benefited from it. Additionally, there is some evidence that cannabis is better than opioid medications. In fact, the number of opioid-related deaths reduced in states that legalized access to marijuana.
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A Beginner’s Guide to Cannabis Edibles

A Beginner’s Guide to Cannabis Edibles

Did you just complete your 420 medical evaluation? If yes, then you have opened the doors to the immense medical potential of cannabis. But to extract its benefits, you will have to first decide on how you would like to use cannabis. With dozens of delivery methods to choose from, you have to find a match that’s perfect for your condition and needs. So, are you considering choosing cannabis edibles?
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Most Common Questions About Medical Cannabis Answered

Most Common Questions About Medical Cannabis Answered

When you are about to apply for a cannabis card, it is more than likely that your mind will have a lot of unanswered questions about medical marijuana. Is it safe? How do you use it? How do you buy? And the questions arise in number with every passing hour. Well, don’t worry, you are in the right place. I’m going to answer some of the most common questions about medical marijuana so that you can have a clear idea about whether or not medical cannabis is right for you. And when you do make a decision, start by applying for a medical card. 
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Do You Need Medical Marijuana Recs to Use CBD Legally?

Do You Need Medical Marijuana Recs to Use CBD Legally?

Cannabis use has many health benefits. Currently, 33 states (including California) have approved it for medical purposes. To access medical marijuana legally, you require 420 doctor recs. A cannabis compound CBD (cannabidiol) is effective in reducing pain & inflammation and managing alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Unlike THC, it doesn’t cause psychoactive effects. CBD comes in various forms, such as oils, tinctures, edibles, flowers, etc. So, you can select an optimal cannabis delivery method based on your symptoms and preferences.
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Top Mental Health Conditions Marijuana Use Can Help

Top Mental Health Conditions Marijuana Use Can Help

Medical marijuana use provides lots of health benefits. With a medical 420 card, you can legally access state-licensed dispensaries to buy high-potency cannabis products in California. There’s scientific evidence that marijuana can help boost mood, relieve stress, anxiety, etc. And, unlike prescription medications such as Zoloft, cannabis use isn’t linked to unpleasant side-effects.
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7 Tips to Help you Talk to Your Doctor About Marijuana

7 Tips to Help you Talk to Your Doctor About Marijuana

The popularity of cannabis is skyrocketing nowadays. And given all the benefits of the plant, it’s not really surprising. The plant is helping people to treat many of their physical and psychological conditions. And thanks to this, it has been legalized in many parts of the country. However, due to the prolonged stigma associated with the plant, a lot of people still fear to make it a part of a regular conversation, let alone use it. In fact, many are not even able to talk to their doctors effectively, fearing judgment. And this is becoming a grave matter of concern.
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