A Review of Cannabis Diving Guidelines

It is well known that many divers are using cannabis between dives. Today’s guidelines are out of date. Currently, there is no distinction between alcohol and cannabis despite working on different mechanisms. Diving is done using the buddy system,operating together as a single unit to monitor and help each other. In order to protect your … Continue reading A Review of Cannabis Diving Guidelines

Ginger and Its Constituents: Natural Aspirin and More

A new line of Terpenes Ginger has been effectively used in Traditional Medicine. Research supports and substantiates its results. New findings are unveiling a wide range of clinical applications for phytochemicals found in plant-roots. More research can unveil many new benefits. Specifically, ginger (Zingiber officinale) contains a mixture of Volatile Oil that consist mainly of … Continue reading Ginger and Its Constituents: Natural Aspirin and More

Cannabis Mechanisms for Weight-loss

Studies show that cannabis users seem to have lower BMI than control groups. There is more research to be done but there are several reasons for weight loss with cannabis use. The Endocannabinoid System plays a vital role in homeostasis by signaling receptors found in the central nervous system and vital organs. The CB1 Receptor … Continue reading Cannabis Mechanisms for Weight-loss

Possible Benefits of Cannabis in Insulin Dependent Diabetes

Recent studies have highlighted a number of potential health benefits of cannabis as a diabetes treatment and suggest that cannabis compounds can produce the following physiological effects: Phytocannabinoid have been shown to reduce intraocular pressure considerably in people with glaucoma. Epidemiological data suggests that patients with diabetes are at increased risk of developing glaucoma/retinopathy, caused … Continue reading Possible Benefits of Cannabis in Insulin Dependent Diabetes

Ethnoecology of Cannabis

The cross-cultural study of how people perceive and manipulate their environments.  Cannabis Classification  Cannabis is classified in the plant family. Likes to live in disturbed areas with some sunlight.  Monecious plant that has male and female sex. Females can produce hundreds of seeds when fertilized. THC levels drop when fertilized, many growers use sinsemilla (without … Continue reading Ethnoecology of Cannabis

Cannabis Marketing Explained

The cannabis industry has been expanding, new products, dispensaries, grow supplies and medical research are all gaining interest. The legal framework is shifting almost daily does not stop investors, researchers, and entrepreneurs from entering the field. Exposure remains a hurdle on the way to Scalability.  Advertising platforms are having a hard time keeping up with … Continue reading Cannabis Marketing Explained

Pinene: Medical BENEFITS and Chemical Characteristics Outlined

Pinene belongs to a bicyclic monoterpene chemical group and has two molecular forms: alpha-pinene and beta-pinene. The two are identical except for molecular arrangement affecting the optical rotation and accounting for their different characteristics and actions.  In nature and in cannabis profiles, alpha-pinene is more prevalent than beta-pinene.  Alpha-pinene Alpha-pinene is responsible for the distinctive … Continue reading Pinene: Medical BENEFITS and Chemical Characteristics Outlined

Guidelines for Producing CBD/THC Vape Cartridges.

Most people get their Cannabis Vape cartridges from a dispensary or online retailer. No matter where the source, cartridges need to be filled before they are sold. A lot of cost is associated with the painstaking process of filling cartridges often one by one. If you have been wondering what the ratios for filling a … Continue reading Guidelines for Producing CBD/THC Vape Cartridges.

Phylogenetics- Hidden Characteristics of Cannabis

The cannabis that you smoke today is likely descended from cannabis ancestors that form the bedrock of the cannabis breeding pool since ancient times. The varieties referenced are not strains, but rather the entire groups cannabis strains came from. Plants of the Cannabis genus are the only prolific producers of phytocannabinoids, compounds that strongly interact … Continue reading Phylogenetics- Hidden Characteristics of Cannabis

Marijuana: Neurochemistry &Physiology

After years of fierce debate, increasing amounts of objective, non- judgmental research is available although it is made difficult due to the complexity of the cannabis plant. Cannabis contains hundreds of different molecules. The plant is able to synthesize these cannabinoid compounds which is a family of 150 cannabinoids including the very well known compound … Continue reading Marijuana: Neurochemistry &Physiology