What is TruNano Technology?

Water soluble. Quick absorption. Increased bioavailability.

Jun 01, 2022

If you don’t know, now you Nano!

Nano medicines are a growing category of unique offerings from Trulieve! Using a combination of highly advanced techniques (sonication and encapsulation), our Nano medicines can provide relief with precision and extreme speed.

Jun 01, 2022

Cannabis Concentrates: 5 Things You May Not Know

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...

Apr 20, 2022

420 Blog Series: Drying and Curing

On to the next phase of the cannabis plant’s journey from seed to sale! Last week, we went over the cultivation process from seed to harvest. If you missed it, be sure to check it out here. In the second blog of our three-part 420 Blog Series, we’re discussing the importance of drying and curing cannabis and why mastering these processes is key to consistently producing high-quality flower. What is Curing? Curing is a technique humans have used for centuries to preserve and store different kinds of meats, vegetables, and plants. It...

Apr 14, 2022

420 Blog Series: A Cannabis Plant’s Journey from Seed to Sale

420 is symbolic with all things cannabis, and in celebration of such a high-ly anticipated day, we’re taking a look at how cannabis transforms into something that can bring so much relief and comfort to patients across the generational spectrum. 

Apr 06, 2022

How Cannabis Affects Spasticity

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.

Could Cannabis Help Treat Drug-Resistant Epilepsy?

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?

What We Know About Cannabis and Multiple Sclerosis

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.

What came first: THC or THCa?

Of the more than 100 phytocannabinoids found in cannabis plants, none are more famous than delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Known simply as THC, this compound is responsible for the heady experience associated with cannabis consumption, and it offers a wide range of therapeutic benefits as well.Of course, before THC is THC, it begins in its acidic form. Known as THCa, this compound has a unique set of benefits all its own. And, while not nearly as bountiful as THC products, THCa products are becoming popular among many cannabis consumers and reaching dispensary sh...

Jun 23, 2021

Meet CBG: What is Cannabigerol?

Cannabigerol (CBG) may have been discovered around the same time as Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), but the latter phytocannabinoid got all the attention at the time. As one of the first phytocannabinoids to develop in a young cannabis plant, CBG holds a special place among the around 130 phytocannabinoids researchers have identified so far. It’s now being studied for its unique role and the therapeutic potential it holds on its own.What is CBG, and why is it so important?CBG forms very early in the life of a cannabis plant as cannabigerolic acid (CBGA). For a br...

Jun 23, 2021

When and how did we learn about phytocannabinoids?

Cannabis has been consumed for medicine and fun for thousands of years. While societies long knew that cannabis had therapeutic benefits, it has not always been understood exactly how the plant produces those benefits. Phytocannabinoids – the compounds that make cannabis work -- are a discovery that has only been uncovered in the last few decades.

Apr 20, 2021

The Ancient Roots of Cannabis Medicine

The Ancient Roots of Cannabis MedicineOne could be forgiven, having lived through the era of cannabis prohibition, for thinking medical cannabis is a modern discovery. However, the truth is that the medicinal properties of cannabis have been known to human civilization for thousands of years. Not only was medicinal cannabis commonplace in America before Prohibition took hold in 1937, but evidence of its efficacy stretches back across millennia. As society prepares to step out of a shameful era of cannabis prohibition, it is good to know that medical cannabis...

Apr 20, 2021