Our endocannabinoid system is full of cannabinoid receptors that help our system regulate appetite, sleep, memory, mood, and the immune system. When the level of endocannabinoids is low, we feel sick and depressed, and cannabis compounds can quickly replenish this loss. But how can you stimulate your cannabinoid receptors if marijuana use is still illegal in your state? Fortunately, there are five natural ways that will make you feel better even when you are out of cannabis.
While cannabis topicals are not as popular as joints or marijuana-infused sweets, they can be of great value, especially for the people who use marijuana for medical purposes. Creams and lotions infused with cannabis allow you to use the plant discreetly and get the effects almost immediately, which is extremely important when you are dealing with severe pain. Plus, there are a lot of cannabis-infused beauty products that may help you improve the way you feel and look.
Universities and colleges in Ohio will soon be allowed to apply for medical cannabis testing licenses. At the same time, private companies and small businesses will have to wait one more year to start applying.
The HPV (Human papillomavirus) vaccine has long been disputable, since it may cause a long list of side effects, including postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), chronic fatigue, dysautonomic syndrome, and multiple system atrophy. Israeli scientists have recently found that CBD oils might relieve most of the debilitating symptoms of HPV vaccines.
When it comes to consuming marijuana, most people prefer smoking joints, but not everyone. Today, when more and more therapeutic properties of the herb are discovered, people may want to use weed but at the same time avoid the negative health consequences associated with smoking. This is where cannabis tea comes in handy.
Each year, medical cannabis gains more and more support across the world. Today, over a half of the states in the U.S. have legalized medical weed in some form. Do you want to know more about various medicinal properties of cannabis, meet like-minded people, and get a better understanding of the local and federal medical marijuana policies? Consider attending at least one of the following three events and you will find the answers to most of your questions.
The idea of consuming cannabis in small doses is becoming more and more popular these days. You can find information about the main aspects that lie at the basis of this concept in one of our recent articles. The purpose of microdosing is to use cannabis for the health benefits and not the psychoactive side effects. Moreover, some experts insist that microdosing can also improve your sex life.
High-THC marijuana strains are often recommended as an arousing medicine for better sex. However, high-CBD products can be more beneficial for some people thanks to their anti-inflammation and analgesic properties. So, here are some tips on using CBD products for improving your sex life.
There is limited research on the effects of cannabis on the human body. Most of the time, the studies are conducted on animals. However, from the little bits we already know, it is evident that the herb impacts us differently as we age.
Many of us know that cannabis is full of beneficial compounds, but most medical marijuana doctors pay attention only to the effects of such cannabinoids as THC and CBD. However, recent studies have revealed that cannabidivarin, or CBDV, has a great potential for treating epilepsy and other neurological diseases. What is CBDV and how it can help medical marijuana users?
Alcohol and cannabis are often associated with adverse effects on the human brain. However, a recent study reveals that marijuana does not cause any harm to the brain structure. In contrast, the chronic use of alcohol has an adverse impact on gray matter volume and white matter integrity.
Vaping cannabis is known to be better for your health than smoking it. When you vape weed, no actual combustion happens; this is why vapor is significantly cleaner than smoke from a joint or a pipe. In the absence of fire, your vaporized weed does not turn to ash. This begs the question of whether it is possible to reuse it somehow. Or maybe the best thing you can do is throw it away? We at MJWellness will try to help you find the answer.
Medical cannabis is becoming increasingly popular in many countries around the world, and Australia is not an exception. Last year, medical cannabis was legalized in Victoria, Australia, which made it possible to use marijuana in various studies. One of them was a medical trial that involved children with epilepsy.
Consuming medical cannabis may still seem a bit weird to many. The herb that was recently completely banned and illegal is now proclaimed to have lots of medicinal properties that can help you with a number of health problems. No one wants to joke with their own health, and when it comes to your loved ones, you want to be one hundred percent sure that the treatment you give them is really helpful and necessary.
According to anecdotal evidence, medical marijuana can be potentially helpful to children with autism. As Pennsylvania is issuing its first permits for medical cannabis cultivation, Lehigh University is planning to cooperate with one of the growers in Lehigh Valley to investigate the impact of the herb on autistic patients.
With more and more countries deciding to give medical cannabis a try, people want to know more about this mysterious plant. MJWellness will tell you about three medical weed events that will be held this month.
While high-THC strains prevail in the modern recreational cannabis market, many specialists advise sticking to low doses of the weed compound. They explain it with the fact that the medicinal properties of weed can be brought to naught because of the potent dose of the psychoactive cannabinoid. For this reason, more and more people start to support microdosing.
There are dozens of ways you can consume weed. You can smoke marijuana in joints and blunts or use different tools and accessories from pipes and bongs. You can vape cannabis using e-cigarettes or vape pens. And, of course, there will always be some delicious weed-infused treats for you to try. But what if you are not the one who is consuming marijuana at the moment? Can you get a contact high from inhaling secondhand marijuana smoke of simply smelling marijuana?
There are many ways you can medicate with the help of cannabis: you can smoke it, vape it, or even eat it. In the first two cases, marijuana is decarboxylated naturally. But for those who want to enjoy the effects of marijuana-infused edibles, cannabis decarboxylation is a necessary step.