Cannabis is nothing new and in fact, has been used throughout history for medical and recreational purposes. Unfortunately due to some heavy marketing from governments and media coverage, there are many myths surrounding cannabis that have lingered for decades which are in fact not true. We intend to put things
You may not have taken much time to really look or think at the cannabis plant, but it is a marvellous work of nature. The plant itself is covered in a sticky substance called crystal resin, which contains hundreds of compounds known as cannabinoids and terpenoids. These are what give cannabis it’s almost magical properties; among them are of course, the two most popular ones: Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD).
As the name may imply cannabis topicals are salves, creams, oils or ointments that are infused with cannabis and applied topically to your skin. Topicals are great for treating localized issues like joint paint, inflammation and skin issues like eczema or rashes.
We’ve all heard the accusations and stereotypes of “the chronic stoner” who lives in his/her mom’s basement and does nothing but watch Netflix reruns, or, in the worst scenarios, stares blankly off into the distance with little to no thought about much of anything. How much truth is behind these dramatic claims and harsh stereotypes? While we are faced with these stories, accusations and scenarios often, how many successful “stoners” out there are unknown?
As cannabis becomes more mainstream, the largest group of new users aren’t partiers looking for a high, but instead, patients used to treat pain management. With over 100 million North Americans suffering from chronic pain, doctors need a safe and effective treatment, but unfortunately, this does not exist with the