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Cannabis use is growing in popularity in both adult men and women, and now more questions are being raised regarding how cannabis influences people differently. Genetics, environmental factors, habituation, and even sex differences may affect an individual’s response to cannabis. New and veteran users want to personalize their cannabis experience by maximizing their therapeutic benefits...

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According to the National Sleep Foundation, 50 to 70 million U.S. adults experience symptoms of a sleep disorder. About 30 to 40 percent of the population will experience insomnia at some point in their lives, and about 10 to 15 percent of adults will deal with chronic insomnia. With so many people experiencing sleeping disorders, there’s been a rise of...

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Nausea is the feeling of unease and discomfort with an urge to vomit. It is a common effect associated with chemotherapy, migraines, motion sickness, inflammatory gastrointestinal conditions, general anesthesia, food poisoning, stomach flu, and many other conditions. While cannabis may have the potential to treat several sources of nausea, the most well-studied is chemotherapy-induced nausea...

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‘With a Little Help from My Friends’ CBN One person’s oxidation product is another’s therapeutic relief. While generally found only in trace amounts in cannabis, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) converts to cannabinol (CBN) when exposed to air, heat (160°C/320°F – 180°C/356°F) and/or light over time through an oxidation process1,2. While trying to determine the main psychoactive component...

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Get in Glycemic Control with THCv! The value of tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCv) has been largely overlooked since its discovery in the lab of Dr. Roger Pertwee in 1970 until this last decade when researchers started trying to understand the pharmacology. Even GW Pharmaceuticals, maker of pharmaceutical grade 1:1 THC and CBD oromucosal spray Sativex®, and CBD...

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CBD, Cure-All Elixir or Snake Oil? Almost everywhere you look now, you see products infused with cannabidiol (CBD) including skincare, beverages, tinctures, oils, food, and the list goes on! The once overlooked compound, CBD, is now reaching the mainstream. CBD was discovered by Dr. Roger Adams who isolated CBD for the first time in 19421....

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The 2019 Future Market Insights report, CBD Skin Care Market: Global Industry Analysis 2013 – 2018 and Opportunity Assessment 2019 – 2027, found the global CBD skin care market to be nearly $370 million dollars in 2017 and is expecting a revenue increase of over 33% between 2019-20271. CBD oil, especially hemp-derived, is predicted to...

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Walk into a dispensary and you will see walls of possibilities. The number of cannabis strain varieties has reached the thousands and continues to expand. Blue Dream, Harlequin, Girl Scout Cookies, and Jack Herer are the names of just a few of the most popular cannabis strains. With new varieties continuing to be added, how...

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With the proliferation of hemp-derived products and the increasing trend for legalizing cannabis, adult marijuana use is rapidly growing, and the demographics of users are also changing. California-based cannabis delivery company, Eaze, observed a 140% increase in first-time buyers, 25% increase in consumers 50+ years of age, and 92% increase in women customers in 2018;...

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