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Whoopi & Maya: Review Of Their Cannabis Infused Collection

Legendary comedian Whoopi Goldberg and award-winning edible creator Maya Elisabeth (Om Edibles) joined forces to create the best cannabis bath and body products for the modern, cannabis-friendly woman. Four distinct topical cannabis products from the Whoopi and Maya line have been especially formulated to relieve discomfort during menstrual cycles, improve moods, and provide beneficial nutrients and vitamins to the body. Check out these Whoopi and Maya reviews to find out which one is best for you. Spoiler alert: They’re all good for you. Whoopi and Maya Rub If you suffer from menstrual cramps, specifically, then the Whoop and Maya Rub is meant for you. This rub contains organic olive oil, avocado seed oil, apricot kernel oil, jojoba oil, beeswax, sungrown...

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Marijuana Strains for Nausea Sufferers

Instead of treating your nausea with prescription medications that have multiple negative side effects, use organic medical marijuana for nausea relief. Unlike these drugs, medical cannabis has the potential to dramatically reduce your queasiness and even increase your appetite. Knowing what to take and how much to take is the key. Not all medical cannabis strains reduce nausea. Some strains are more effective antiemetics (drug effective against nausea and vomiting) than others. Here are a few medical marijuana strains for nausea you should be looking out for: OG Kush OG Kush, dubbed for its West Coast origin, is a sativa-dominant strain that delivers stimulating feelings and immediate pain, stress, and nausea relief. With an earthy citrus scent, OG Kush is...

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How to Get a Medical Marijuana License in California

Getting a medical marijuana license or cannabis card is super easy to do. If you think marijuana may help improve your life in any way, all you need is a marijuana doctor’s recommendation to buy, possess, cultivate, transport, and consume medical marijuana. California Marijuana Laws California marijuana laws state that you may be eligible to receive a medical marijuana card if you have a qualifying medical condition. In California, marijuana doctors can recommend medical marijuana for patients with the following conditions: Anxiety Arthritis Cancer Chronic Pain Fibromyalgia Glaucoma HIV-AIDS Migraines/Headaches Multiple Sclerosis Proposition 215 enabled nearly everyone to be able to benefit from California marijuana laws. Medical marijuana laws in this state are general enough to be able to be...

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The Mental Health Benefits of Medical Marijuana

Medical marijuana has the potential to benefit people who suffer from mental disorders such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, addiction, and many more. Medical cannabis works by increasing your ability to respond to pain or stress. Whether you suffer from nightmares, have a paralyzing phobia, don’t want to leave the house, or have a general disinterest in life, medical cannabis can help. Before anything, you must first understand the complexities of using medical cannabis on a case-by-case basis. Check out these cannabis facts. Marijuana Facts on Mental Health Before any research had proved it, many people used cannabis to relax, get a boost of creativity, or manage their pain. Recent medical literature suggests that can treat some of the most severe...

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What is the Difference Between CBD and THC?

Cannabis contains more than 85 active chemical compounds known as cannabinoids. These cannabinoids have varying effects on our body and can interact together in a way that amplifies the medicinal benefit of using medical cannabis. Two of the most popular and well-understood cannabinoids are tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD).  What is THC? THC is the psychoactive compound found in cannabis. This cannabinoid works similarly on our brain like a neurotransmitter that our body produces called anandamide. Anandamide is responsible for regulating mood, sleep, eating habits, and pain perception. When anandamide levels are low, you may experience pain more acutely or have trouble managing your stress. Consuming THC can relax you, sedate you, enhance your sense, and make you more hungry....

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