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Indica vs. Sativa, Whats the Difference?

The Marijuana Facts

What is the difference between indica and sativa? Most popular literature will tell you that indica and sativa are two species of cannabis with unique drug-type characteristics. Moreover, that within the species of indica and sativa, there are (a seemingly innumerable amount of) “strains” or types, each of which vary from one another in terms of their cannabinoid and terpenoid profiles. The reality is that most of the popular literature on this topic is misleading.

Laughter – the overlooked benefit of cannabis use

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However, as we shall see, there is research into both topics that show the same parts of the brain are affected by cannabis and associated with laughter. Consumption“Its role in intimate relationships is vastly underestimated and it really is the glue of good marriages.

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Sony Joseph Entertainment Launching Kickstarter to Fund The “Cannabis or Else” Encyclopedia, Volume 1 Soon

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Some highlights of topics covered include highlights like THC, Sativa, Indica, CBD, Strains, Origins, Consumption methods, Flavors, Aroma, and much more. Finding quality information about nearly every Cannabis subject possible will soon be much easier.

Sony Joseph Entertainment Launching Kickstarter to Fund The “Cannabis or Else” Encyclopedia, Volume 1 

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Some highlights of topics covered include highlights like THC, Sativa, Indica, CBD, Strains, Origins, Consumption methods, Flavors, Aroma, and much more.

The Endocannabinoid System-History, Health and Why We Feel High

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Having a THC concentration of less than 0.03%, hemp is a non-psychoactive plant. In 1964, the first phytocannabinoid, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), was isolated. For example, the phytocannabinoid, THC, stimulates “Go”, leading to the closure of the calcium channel. Cannabis Indica.

Cannabis Suppositories: Sticking Weed Where?

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Consuming cannabis is often discussed in three basic categories: inhalation, oral and topical. One less discussed consumption form is cannabis suppositories. It’s very individualized because it’s not as common or routine of a consumption method.”.

A Beginners Guide to Medical Cannabis in Maryland

Peninsula Alternative Health

Thousands of medical cannabis strains exist, and each falls into three main categories: Sativa, indica, and hybrid. Each strain differentiates based on their potency of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and its other cannabinoids, including cannabidiol (CBD).

Cannabis Education with Canada’s Newcomers

Cannabis Law Report

and Tweed put together a debut educational workshop on the fundamentals of cannabis and responsible consumption , to elevate community and product engagement among Canada’s first-generation immigrants. The Plant Science: CBD, THC and PSAs.

A Beginners Guide to Medical Cannabis in Maryland

Peninsula Alternative Health

Thousands of medical cannabis strains exist, and each falls into three main categories: Sativa, indica, and hybrid. Each strain differentiates based on their potency of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and its other cannabinoids, including cannabidiol (CBD). Indica is known for its effect on the body, and its effects are often described as “heavier”. Hybrid strains are a crossbreed of indica and sativa strains.

The History of Cannabis in Medicine

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Cannabis contains three species: Cannabis Sativa, Cannabis Indica, and Cannabis Hybrid. The two commonly known chemical compounds are THC and CBD. And an effective means to relieve this pain is a blend of CBD and THC.

What Is CBD, How Do I Take It, And Where Can I Get It?

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There are two main species of cannabis that are cultivated for human consumption, namely Cannabis indica and Cannabis sativa. Marijuana is high in the psychoactive compound THC, or delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, the compound in marijuana that causes a high.