Cannabis has a scope and variety unlike any other drug. Examine the diverse pharmacopeia of marijuana and you will find a myriad assortment of radiant colors, pungent flavors, potent scents, and mind-altering effects—there’s a lot to experience. So where to start?As more recreational marijuana markets open, navigating this space can be overwhelming, especially for newcomers. If you’re in a corner of the globe with recreational cannabis, or are just visiting, you’ll need to know a few things to seek out the strain that’s right for you.What Are the Chemicals in Marijuana? Cannabis is complicated because there are dozens of chemicals, called cannabinoids, in the plant. Most are at such low concentrations they don’t do much. But many people are familiar with at least two of those that stand out: THC, the chemical that gets you “stoned” and CBD, the molecule that isn’t intoxicating, but can ease anxiety and pain. THC and CBD are … [Read more...] about Most Strains of Weed Are More Alike Than People Think
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Saturday, January 05, 2019 by: Edsel Cook Tags: acidizing, badpollution, EPA, EPA failure, fracking, Fracking Regulations, offshore fracking, Oil and gas industry, water pollution (Natural News) An article in Green Med Info reported that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is breaking the federal laws it is supposed to enforce. The federal agency has been accused of giving oil and gas companies free reign to use the Gulf of Mexico as a dumping ground for fracking waste. The Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) criticized the EPA’s draft permit for water pollution discharges in the Gulf. It argued that the agency did not think too hard about the environmental effects of chemicals and wastewater from fracking and acidizing operations. In a letter written by its attorneys, the CBD pointed out that the EPA regulators did not fully understand the dangers of the chemicals used in offshore fracking and oil well treatments. Furthermore, it pointed out that the regulators … [Read more...] about Is the EPA violating federal law over fracking waste? Environmentalists say they might be
Sunday, December 30, 2018 by: S.D. Wells Tags: AMA, badcancer, badhealth, badmedicine, Beat Cancer, Big Pharma, cancer causes, cancer history, cancer prevention, causes of cancer, Collusion, cure cancer, deception, GMO, GMOs, heal cancer, health coverage, history of cancer, information control, natural cures, natural remedies, processed food, suppressed news, toxic chemicals, vaccines (Natural News) You don’t have to go back that far actually, only a little over a century, to find out when cancer was “bred” in the United States as a form of income for insidious tyrants of the medical industry. Forget about conspiracy theories and let’s talk facts — in fact, a whole barrage of them that reveal a dirty path of corruption and planning. We’ll start this off with the year 1905, when the American Medical Association (AMA) hired thugs to run what they called the Department of Investigation (DOI) to hunt down doctors who were using natural remedies … [Read more...] about Health Basics: The TRUE History of Cancer in the USA
Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Nov. 11, 2018 / 6:24 PM GMT By Shamard Charles, M.D. As marijuana legalization builds momentum across the United States — with Michigan becoming the latest state to allow recreational use by adults — researchers are warning that more studies are needed on the long-term effects of chronic pot smoking on the human brain. Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug in the United States, but little is known about its effect on health or how addictive it is. According to a 2017 poll conducted by Marist College and Yahoo News, more than half of American adults have tried marijuana at least once in their lives, and nearly 55 million of them, or 22 percent, say they use it currently. Close to 35 million are what the survey calls "regular users," people who say they use marijuana at least once or twice a month. "Surprisingly, many … [Read more...] about Chronic pot use may have serious effects on the brain, experts say
Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Cannabidiol is being touted as a magical elixir, a cure-all now available in bath bombs, dog treats and even pharmaceuticals. But maybe it’s just a fix for our anxious times. Credit Credit Photo Illustration by Eric Helgas for The New York Times Supported by ByAlex Williams Oct. 27, 2018 It’s hard to say the precise moment when CBD, the voguish cannabis derivative, went from being a fidget spinner alternative for stoners to a mainstream panacea. Maybe it was in January, when Mandy Moore, hours before the Golden Globes, told Coveteur that she was experimenting with CBD oil to relieve the pain from wearing high heels. “It could be a really exciting evening,” she said. “I could be floating this year.” Maybe it was in July, when Willie Nelson introduced a line of CBD-infused coffee beans called Willie’s Remedy. “It’s two of my favorites, together in … [Read more...] about Why Is CBD Everywhere?