Day: September 6, 2018

Bud and Breakfast: The Cannabis Friendly Version of AirBnB

For most stoners, the thought of travelling brings up certain questions that non-users never have to worry about- like “How easy is it to get bud?” and “What would happen if I get caught?”- and the answers can vary widely depending on where you’re travelling. But one of the other biggest questions is accommodation because […]

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Cannabidiol For Epilepsy Treatment – How It Helps And What You Need To Know

CBD Oil for epilepsy

Approximately 50 million people across the world are affected by epilepsy, a condition in which the patient experiences recurring seizures. Unfortunately, epilepsy medications don’t tend to work very well for a sizable population of these patients, increasing their risk of death. The seizures are caused by electrical irregularities within the brain, resulting in convulsions, altered senses and loss of consciousness. The exact cause of epilepsy is often unknown, and the condition can cause a lot of distress for both patients and families alike.

 

Conventional treatments for epilepsy consist of pharmaceutical drugs, typically anticonvulsants. There’s a lot of them; anticonvulsants tend to have variable effectiveness, so it can take a long time to find something that works properly. The drugs used to treat epilepsy also have a lot of negative side effects, including nausea, liver failure, weight gain and mood disturbances. Therefore, a large portion of epilepsy patients are turning to cannabidiol (CBD) for treatment as it promotes general good health, has anti-inflammatory properties and, more importantly, has been shown to completely eliminate seizures in people with epilepsy.

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Alien Invasion: Extraterrestrial Cannabis Strains & Products

Feeling spacey? These extraterrestrial cannabis strains, pipes, and products will elevate you to a distant galaxy in style.

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Gorilla Glue strain review: Canada’s favorite hybrid strain

The Gorilla Glue strain review is something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time, ever since I first tried this sticky strain a few years ago, and now I’ll tell you exactly why this strain won several awards across the United States.

Some strains are popular because of the experts that crossed them, others are popular because of the name they carry, and the best strains are popular because of their quality.

Gorilla Glue is all of the above. The fact that Canadians are thrilled with Gorilla Glue speaks volumes for itself because you know Canadians won’t smoke just anything.

In fact, Gorilla Glue isn’t just one strain, as you may have guessed. Gorilla Glue is actually a company that creates new strains in laboratories, and they named their first strain just like the company, Gorilla Glue #4.

Now, the number 4 is a weird thing as well, why is it there, and what does it represent? We aren’t quite sure since there are several other Gorilla Glue strains with different numbers.

Luckily, we don’t have to care …

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Experienced cannabis users will consume 80% of the Canadian supply

There are many disagreements in regards to how big will be the demand for cannabis in Canada come October, and who will consume the most product.

Health Canada employed the Marijuana Policy Group to write a report on what they assess that the demand for recreational cannabis might be once the market is open on October 17th.

The Marijuana Policy Group is an experienced group that has already showcased their precise methods when they did the same for Colorado a couple years ago.

The report was just published, and in accordance with that report, Health Canada announced that they believe the demand for recreational cannabis will be bigger than what they previously thought it would be.

The report used a 2017 survey on cannabis use which was conducted by the federal government to estimate how much cannabis do adult Canadians plan on consuming in the first year of legalization.

Reports may be inaccurate and biased

The Marijuana Policy Group calculated that the demand will be just below 1000 tonnes, 926,000 …

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