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  • The DIY Guide to Making Cannabis-Infused Honey

    Cannabis honey is honey that is infused with marijuana and it is something that is often said to have been created for a very long time as there are claims which say ancient Egyptians used it in their rituals. However, it has become progressively popular as many cannabis chefs are whipping up several cannabis honey recipes to create sensations in the cannabis industry. It is often considered (though yet to be proven) that cannabis honey should have some beneficial properties because the components have individual health benefits. For example, honey contains compounds like carbohydrates, amino acids, proteins, vitamins, and minerals while the cannabinoids contained in cannabis such as THC and CBD are known to be beneficial to the treatment of chronic pains, epilepsy-related seizures, stress, and epilepsy.

  • The Argument for Cheaper Cannabis Licensing and Low-Cost Growing Access

    If you make entry to the cannabis industry cheap – you increase the number of players on the field. It establishes a competitive – low-cost market and will weed out bad players very quickly. When “price” is no longer the entry point and “quality” and “process” becomes the dominating factor in selling cannabis – things will change rather quickly.

  • How to Pair Wine with Weed - The Insiders' Guide

    Approach it as you would a food and wine pairing. If you’ve never paired wine with food before and are completely new to the pairing experience, try to identify the different favor profiles and aromas in the wine or strain you want to pair and go from there. Cannabis and wine have unique flavor profiles that will help you choose how you go about your pairings.

  • What Type of Water Should You Pour on Your Cannabis Plants? (Does It Matter?)

    If the quality of your water is poor, it will affect your cannabis by disrupting its biological processes and thus affect your cannabis yield. You should also remember that both indoor and outdoor growth requires good quality water and not extra nutrients as many of the problems that emerge from issues with your water issue can seem similar to the normal problems your plants face. These issues could range from heat stress, fertilization issues, nutrient uptake among others which could only be identified by an experienced grower. As a result, it is important to conduct regular checks on your water quality to be sure if you notice any issues and if such is noticed, all it requires is for you to take a few steps to improve its quality.

  • Is THC Safe for Pets and Animals - A Closer Look at THC and Animals

    One important difference is the location and concentration of CB1 receptors in dogs. Humans and dogs have CB1 receptors in the brain, but dogs have a much higher concentration than humans. It is especially concentrated in the cerebellum, brain stem, and medulla oblongata. Because THC is a CB1 receptor agonist, when dogs ingest it, their endocannabinoid system is quickly overwhelmed. With so many CB1 receptors, dogs are at risk of THC overdose and death, a condition known as static ataxia.

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