Cannabis flower is the smokable or vapable, trichome-covered part of the cannabis plant.
Products from the cannabis plant that have been processed to extract the cannabinoids and terpenes.
Edibles are food items made with cannabis flower or concentrate.
A handheld, battery-powered device used to consume vaporized cannabis concentrate.
Medical marijuana is any part of the marijuana
plant that you use to treat health problems. People use it to get relief from their symptoms, not to try to get high.
Strains containing a higher level of CBD than THC will allow you to relax your mind while preventing couch lock. If you’re looking for a more sedative relaxation experience, seek out indica-dominant strains with a higher amount of THC than CBD.
Maybe you’re looking to stimulate your appetite as part of your cancer treatment routine, maybe you’re looking to suppress your appetite to curb unwanted cravings, or maybe you’re just looking for the benefits of THC without the “munchies.” Whatever your reason for wanting to increase or suppress your appetite, cannabis can provide some benefits.
Medical cannabis is an increasingly popular alternative to traditional pain-relieving medications, including opioids. Cannabis may ease certain types of chronic pain, including pain resulting from nerve damage and inflammation.
A study published in 2018 in the Journal of Affective Disorders reported. It found that people who took just two puffs of medical marijuana said the drug improved their symptoms of depression by about 50%
Choose your variety type
Practically doesn’t contain THC, but has a psychoactive potential. It relaxes.
A plant with narrow leaves. Affects thinking and perception, stimulates physical activity. Good for eating during the day.
A mixture of Sativa and Indica. Depending on proportions it is suitable for day and evening use.
Shrub with large, closely spaced leaves. Immobilizes and relaxes, develops creativity. More suitable for evening use.