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Cannabis Stem Tea Recipe

Nobody could blame you for throwing cannabis stems in the bin – they don’t offer anything of value, right? Wrong! There’s a whole host of uses for cannabis stalks and leftover stems. One of those is making a...

Sore Throat From Smoking Cannabis: Causes And Cure

Like so many of life’s pleasures, smoking cannabis can have some undesirable side effects. Experiencing a sore throat after smoking is among the most common of these and is often accompanied by a dry mouth...

Are You Stoned or High? What’s the Difference?

When it comes to weed, terminology can be important. You might smoke and be stoned, or you might smoke and be high. Is there a difference? If you’re unsure how these two states of mind vary, here’s our quick...

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Science has shown what many governments still officially deny: cannabis has medical benefits.

Cannabis Stem Tea Recipe

Nobody could blame you for throwing cannabis stems in the bin – they don’t offer anything of value, right? Wrong! There’s a whole host of uses for cannabis stalks and leftover stems. One of those is making a lovely tea...

CBDA Smoothie Recipe with Cannabis Flower

CBDA is the acid precursor of CBD and has many therapeutic effects: I find a CBDA smoothie treats many of my symptoms, such as nausea, depression, heart murmur, fatigue, and brain fog. I will be discussing this here and...

How I Use Cannabis Oils Medicinally

Long before the pharmaceutical industry, herbal medications were used to treat all sorts of conditions, diseases and illnesses. And tinctures were a common method for consumption for hundreds of years. These days...

Top 5 Strains for Medicinal Cannabis Use

As prohibition crumbles in a growing number of jurisdictions and ever-increasing numbers of people can legally use cannabis as a medicine, we thought we would highlight some of our favourite strains for medicinal use...

Cannabis Strains to Help you Sleep

3 Cannabis Strains to Help you Sleep

Can cannabis help you sleep? Sleepless nights are the worst. Tossing and turning, glancing at the clock. That all-too-familiar feeling of dread as you do the math and realise that if you fall asleep now, you’ll get a...

How Cannabis Affects Sleep

Cannabis has a long history of use as a sleeping aid, with the first studies into its sedative effects being published way back in the mid-nineteenth century[i]. Around that same time, the famous French novelist...

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How To Deal With Weed Breath

Smoking cannabis is fun, but it’s a smelly endeavour. The unmistakable aroma gets everywhere – in your clothes, hair, skin, and breath. We’ve looked at ways to tackle weed smell in the past, and we’ve seen some...

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The Best Cannabis Strains For Appetite

Coming down with a case of the munchies is a common side-effect of getting stoned, making weed an obvious medication choice for those struggling with food. In particular, the high THC content of indica-dominant...

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Greening Out? Why and How to Fix It

Table of contentsWhat Is Greening Out?What To ExpectWhy Do People Green Out?What To Do If You Pull A Whitey?How To Avoid Greening OutLow-THC Strains To Help You Avoid Greening Out There’s no point in sugar-coating it –...

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So, Why Does Weed Make You Tired?

It’s a well-known fact, even among non-users, that one of the most notable effects of cannabis use is that it can make you feel tired. Look at stereotypical stoners in TV and films, and they’re often portrayed as...

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Does Cannabis Protect Against Diabetes?

It might sound counter-intuitive, but evidence suggests that smoking weed actually helps stave off metabolic disorders despite the munchies. For instance, several large-scale studies have indicated that cannabis use is...

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Cannabis Gives Me Anxiety

On the face of it, it seems almost crazy that cannabis use can cause anxiety. After all, one of the reasons people consume medical cannabis is for its anxiolytic properties. Yet cannabis-induced anxiety is a side effect...

Cannabis, Heart Attacks and Strokes

Facilitating recovery from a stroke or heart attack is a significant challenge for physicians, yet evidence suggests that cannabinoids may have a role to play in helping patients recuperate. Though large-scale clinical...

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Can Cannabis Treat Anorexia?

Anorexia nervosa is a devastating eating disorder that often endangers the lives of sufferers. The causes of the condition are not fully understood, making it extremely difficult to treat, although there is some...

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The Medical Benefits Of CBG

Often referred to as the “mother of all cannabinoids”, cannabigerol (CBG) is the precursor molecule that gives rise to many of the most famous cannabis compounds, including THC and CBD. Yet its value far...

Can Cannabis Treat Multiple Sclerosis?

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a condition that affects the brain and spinal cord. While there is no known cure for the disease, cannabis can help sufferers manage some of their symptoms. Sadly, however, there are no...

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Why Does Cannabis Make Your Eyes Red?

It’s one of the telltale signs that someone’s been smoking cannabis – the dreaded red-eye, AKA weed eyes. If you’re trying to keep it on the down-low, handling the smell of cannabis is a tall enough order. Add bloodshot...

“Cannabis Saved My Life”

We sent out a questionnaire to our Seedsman Community asking how and why they use cannabis medicinally as part of our #MedMarch promotion. And while we received many stories, this one really needed to be shared...

Everything You Need To Know About CBC

Cannabichromene (CBC) may not get you high, but what this cannabinoid lacks in narcotic effects, it more than makes up for in medicinal value. A potent analgesic and anti-inflammatory, CBC has also shown potential as a...

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Cannabis and PTSD Treatment

We sent out a questionnaire to our community earlier this month, asking you to share stories of how you use cannabis for medicinal purposes. We’ll be sharing a few of those stories with you in the coming days, in...