Creating your own unique cross of cannabis can be a highly rewarding challenge. Once you have dailed in the genetic and know the plant intimately, mastering your own strain is one of the best things about growing
The new strain, the only one in the cannabis market, is totally legal as it is free of psychoactive components and stands out for its big therapeutic potential in the treatment of illness as Crohn’s disease, colon cancer, glaucoma, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, among others.
Is cannabis really good for people struggling with mental illness?
The popular opinion is that it is. Whether you suffer from anxiety or have faced your battle with depression, cannabis is often crowned the miracle medication.
Mental health is becoming an increasingly common topic of discussion and it is because of the shrinking stigma surrounding the issues which people face that many sufferers are now prepared to be more vocal. From high-profile celebrities to friends and acquaintances, the ability to recognize that mental health encompasses many different factors and takes many different forms is crucial in allowing us to have purposeful and in-depth conversations about how deeply an individual can be affected, but it is still a challenge for many of us to even admit that we are ‘not okay’.
The government has announced plans to measure the threat from Covid-19 in England, with a new five-level, colour-coded alert system.
Cannabis roasted beets, cara cara oranges, fried garden herbs + limonene lemonade – By Chef Sebastian
Preheat an oven to 400°. Wrap the oil drizzled, salt and pepper sprinkled beets and cannabis buds in foil packets. Seal up nicely. Place the bundles on a baking sheet. Roast in a 400° oven for about an hour. When cool, use a paper towel to rub off the beet skins. (dry + keep the purple buds for another application) Slice the beets into large thin rounds. Place in a big casserole and drizzle the slices with a couple of tbsp’s of the vinaigrette to marinade for 15-20 minutes before serving.
Allowing cannabis delivery is a good start. But too much weed is still being sold on the illicit market
One of the biggest criticisms of Canada’s legalization of cannabis is that its cumbersome rules and limited retail options can’t compete with the black market. What would help? Allowing cannabis home deliveries from retailers to continue after the pandemic.
The international study led by the University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies aims to help guide public policy about marijuana use amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A recent study in which rats could self-administer cannabis vapor may provide a useful research model for humans.
Kyle Turley believes cannabis can cure COVID-19.