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Pot and Paranoia – Just Don’t Worry

By MK Thom on Apr 28, 2021 3:00:00 PM

There is a lot of expectation with the use of marijuana. Some people are after that “Wizard of Oz” feeling when the screen changes from black and white to color. Some just want to wind down and relax at the end of a hard day. Others wish to locate new sources of creativity within themselves.

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Cannabis Dosage Through Titration and Micro-dosing

By MK Thom on May 22, 2020 11:21:15 AM

The science and art of medical cannabis

While the cultivation, production and manufacturing of medical marijuana (“MMJ”) products are becoming a finely-tuned science, the dosage for patients is much more of an art.  Despite the numerous studies confirming successful applications of medical marijuana, there is no “recommended dosage” for any one patient.  The science side of medical cannabis has revealed which cannabis compound - or “cannabinoid” like THC, CBD and THCA - works best for each general condition, but exactly how much of each compound and the dosage schedule is unique to each person.  Just as our bodies and the different problems affecting it are unique, the dosage profile of each person is highly individual too. 

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CBD vs THC and the Entourage Effect

By MK Thom on Sep 24, 2019 11:42:00 AM

THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol) are the two most abundant compounds found in cannabis and thanks to the rapid legalization of medical marijuana, they are also the most talked about.  Most are already familiar with THC and its benefits: it’s the ingredient that gets you “high” and can help with conditions like pain, low appetite, glaucoma, nausea and many more benefits. Thanks for the rapid acceptance of medical marijuana, in recent years CBD has made a name for itself as THC’s counterpart that can also help pain and nausea, as well as seizures, migraines and more - but without the feeling of getting high.

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