THC Basics: An Introduction For Patients

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An Introductory Lesson on THC Basics For Medical Cannabis Patients. But one of the most famous and most widely known phrases associated with the plant will always be THC, or more appropriately, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol. THC Basics: Perceptions in Today’s Society.

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Medicinal properties of CBD

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CBD is a cannabinoid present in cannabis plants with a very similar molecular structure to THC but without any kind of psychoactive effect. That could explain why kids using CBD to treat epilepsy may experience some of the side effects of THC, like sleepiness. What is CBD?

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Article – Hogan Lovells: Regulation of cannabis in Italy: Use in food and cosmetics

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While a law enacted in 2016 promotes the cultivation of hemp as a mean to preserve biodiversity, and to reduce the environmental impact in the agriculture, hemp-derived products for human consumption are still subject to restrictions. Authored By.

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Cannabis Smoke: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

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or less THC “and any part of that plant, including. earmarking funds to purchase THC testing equipment; increasing penalties for knowingly selling marijuana packaged as hemp). The last few days we’ve seen a flurry of activity related to smokable cannabis products.

Report: “Key pharmacological differences between side effects of refined, pharmaceutical CBD formulations and whole plant extracts:”

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However, there are indications from studies done with cannabidiol-rich cannabis extracts in Israel that indicate that less side effects (46%) are achieved with a natural cannabis plant extract containing a 20:1 ratio of CBD to THC. THC, for example, is a full agonist at GPR18. (38).

Article: Canada: Future Care Costs For Cannabis In Personal Injury Claims

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At the time of trial, Murphy was using 2-5 grams/day of cannabis oil, “which he testified does not contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the hallucinogenic component of cannabis but does contain cannabidiol (CBD), which does not have hallucinogenic effects.” Kwon , 2009 BCSC 63.