If you’re new to the world of medical cannabis, you might be wondering what cannabis concentrates are. And if you’ve been using concentrates for a while now, they’re probably familiar to you. Medical concentrates are obtained through an extraction process which removes unnecessary plant matter, like the stems and leaves, while maintaining the cannabinoids and terpenes from the original cannabis plant. Concentrates are available in a wide array of forms such as oils, wax, glass, shatter, and oral forms. Keep reading to learn 5 things you ma...Continue reading Cannabis Concentrates: 5 Things You May Not Know
More than 12 million people worldwide experience muscle spasticity, which causes pain, reduced mobility, and prevents restful sleep. Spasticity is often a symptom associated with multiple sclerosis (MS), cerebral palsy (CP), strokes and spinal cord injuries. As part of the effort to discover new treatments, cannabis has emerged as a potential. Could people living with spasticity find relief in cannabis products? Here's what the research tells us.Continue reading How Cannabis Affects Spasticity
This disorder of the Central Nervous System (CNS) can severely impact quality of life for those who have been diagnosed, the most severe among them being seizures. Cannabis has emerged as a possible alternative treatment for certain types of epilepsy, and has been a lifeline for those who cannot tolerate medication or do not respond to conventional treatment. What do we know so far?Continue reading Could Cannabis Help Treat Drug-Resistant Epilepsy?
This relatively common neurological condition causes pain and loss of motor control, among other symptoms that drastically impact the quality of life of people living with the disease. Promising anecdotal evidence and scientific research alike show that cannabis can be a viable way to manage pain and attain restful sleep in MS patients. Here's what we know so far about the relationship between MS and cannabis.Continue reading What We Know About Cannabis and Multiple Sclerosis
July 10th is a celebration of cannabis concentrates. These products contain much more phytocannabinoids than cannabis flower, making them a great option for patients who have developed a high tolerance for the heady effects of cannabis.Continue reading Celebrate 7/10 with These 15 Trulieve Concentrates
Considering vaping for the first time? Concerned about the safety of vaping after recent news reports? Or perhaps you’ve wondered how to choose the best vape for you? Our partner O.pen answers these most common questions about vaping.Continue reading Top 5 Vaping Questions Answered
Nerolidol is a less volatile terpene known for its sedative properties (Russo, 2011). It is present in rose, citronella, jasmine, ginger, tea tree, and other plants, among cannabis. Like other terpenes, studies have shown Nerolidol has anti-cancer, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory characteristics.Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About Nerolidol and Its Benefits
Everything You Need to Know About Ocimene and Its Benefits Terpenes are present in almost all plant life, including Cannabis. They are known for defining the smell and taste of different strains and play a vital role in the outcome of the cannabis experience. Previously, the benefits of marijuana were thought to be only in cannabinoids; now, we know there are four hundred chemical compounds that interact with each other, including flavonoids and terpenes ( Russo, 2011). More than twenty thousand terpenes exist in the plant world, and at ...Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About Ocimene and Its Benefits
The Terpene Beta-Caryophyllene is present in black pepper, oregano, basil, and many other herbs and spices. Beta-Caryophyllene molecular structure is unique; it is more significant than other terpenes and contains a rare cyclobutene ring not found in any other cannabis terpene.Continue reading Everything you need to know about the terpene β-Caryophyllene
Humulene is a terpene commonly found in many herbs and flowers apart from cannabis. Similar to Pinene and Myrcene, it is an essential element in the overall aromatic profile of cannabis. Recently, it has gained popularity for its anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and appetite suppressant properties.Continue reading Everything you need to know about the terpene Humulene
Why you should know about Terpinolene and its benefits Terpinolene, a terpene dominant in about one in ten cannabis strains, is recognized for its woody smell combined with floral citrus notes. In addition to its fresh aroma, terpinolene is known for its antifungal and antibacterial properties ( Turkez, Aydin, Cetin,2014). In the past, most information about cannabis focused on the therapeutic benefits of cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD. Now we know terpenes contribute more than aroma and flavor and can signi...Continue reading Why you should know about Terpinolene and its benefits
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