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  • December 10, 2015

First Ever THC/CBD Calculator Created for Cannabis Culinary Use

CulinaryEducation Cannabis Health 2015-12-10 Celebrity cannabis chef launches THC/CBD Calculator to help medical marijuana patients and recreational enthusaists determine the dosage of home made cannabis infused edibles feature image courtesy Jeffthe420chef via Newswiretm Press Release  JeffThe420Chef has teamed up with Medspoon and CW Analytical to create the first ever THC/CBD Calculator. The calculator uses a simple interface allowing

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  • December 4, 2015

Business is booming at the ‘Harvard of Pot’ in California

“I’m Italian,” said Kennedy, 56, a retired high school biology teacher with graying hair and a heavy New York accent. “You know Italians, we grow tomatoes. Maybe I’ll grow some plants.” Horticulture 102 is one of the many subjects Kennedy studies at Oaksterdam, whose storefront campus is set amid the hip cafes, restaurants and cannabis

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  • December 1, 2015

Is CBD from Cannabis the Same as CBD from Cannabis? Settling the Debate

Stuart Tomc 2015-12-01 Hemp vs. Cannabis-derived CBD is not as complex as you might think…. Coleen Elliott via Compfight http://www.flickr.com/photos/41134799@N02/4151959501/ You may go ahead and re-read that title now. While it may seem like an obvious response or even rhetorical question to ask, this question has been popping up on forums, in dispensaries and independent,

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  • November 19, 2015

Do Cannabinoid-Mimicking Compounds Affect the Endocannabinoid System as Well as Cannabis?

EducationHealth Stuart Tomc 2015-11-19 Do some well-known natural compounds touted for good health positively affect the endocannabinoid system? When reading up on cannabinoids, you may have come across some resources insinuating that some non-cannabis compounds work as well as the cannabinoids they emulate. Not so fast, friend! Today we’re going to dive into the compounds

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  • November 18, 2015

Do Cannabinoid-Mimicking Compounds Affect the Endocannabinoid System as Well as Cannabis?

EducationHealth Stuart Tomc 2015-11-18 Do some well-known natural compounds touted for good health positively affect the endocannabinoid system? When reading up on cannabinoids, you may have come across some resources insinuating that some non-cannabis compounds work as well as the cannabinoids they emulate. Not so fast, friend! Today we’re going to dive into the compounds

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  • November 17, 2015

To Dab or Not to Dab…

Max Montrose 2015-11-17 Dabbing can be a very efficient and effective means of acquiring THC and other cannabinoids for medicinal use.  While there are valid concerns about the safety of production and potency of concentrates, this consumption method holds promise. One dab, two dab, three dab-four, take another dab, and you’ll need some more. Is dabbing the

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  • November 11, 2015

Support Medical Cannabis for Vets with PTSD

Alan Brochstein 2015-11-11 www.grow4vets.org/about Let’s honor those who died serving our country by working to improve the lives of those who return from war still fighting battles. The featured image is courtesy of GrowforVets.org, a cause Cannabis Health supports.   As we pay tribute to the soldiers who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country, I can’t think of

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  • November 4, 2015

Does Use of CBD-Hemp Oil Result in a Positive Drug Test for THC or Cannabis?

EducationSociety Stuart Tomc 2015-11-04 A consumer who uses a high-quality, scientifically vetted hemp-based product at the standard serving size is highly unlikely to test positive for THC Whether you agree with it in principle or not, testing for illicit drug use is a reality for many workers in the United States. Drug testing is mandatory for

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  • October 26, 2015

Can Cannabinoids Positively Impact Your Body’s Orthopedic and Musculoskeletal Health?

Stuart Tomc 2015-10-26 There is emerging science paving the way for the application of cannabinoids such as CBD (cannabidiol) in the world of orthopedic joint, tendon, bone, and connective tissue health. Musculoskeletal symptoms and orthopedic conditions are the second-most common reason for physician visits in the United States at a staggering annual cost of close

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  • October 25, 2015

CNN’s Report: ‘Marijuana Study Findings’ are another form of ‘Reefer Madness’

Daniel Keeton 2015-10-25 “Marijuana Study:  Number of Americans toking up doubles in 10 years” is misleading, perhaps intentionally –  Before I take you on a short journey a few caveats should be noted. I do not hold a PhD, I do call myself a scientist nor am I a statistician. However, I am very much