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We are strong believers that every Citizen who requires medical marijuana should have easy access to it. The government continues to say that it “does not endorse the use of marijuana, but the top courts have required reasonable access to authorized patients.” We want to do everything in our power to make sure that these patients get the very best access to the very best medical marijuana that USA has to offer. Ultimately, we love high grade cannabis and all of its derivatives and we enjoy sharing it with our customers and friends that are in need in the cannabis business


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Here are links to interesting articles and videos relating to the medicinal value of Marijuana and Cannabis Oil. 

Articles to read 

The US Government has Patents on Cannabis 
The Endocannabinoid System 
Recent Research on Medical Marijuana 
Center for Medicinal Marijuana Research - UCSD 
Americans for Safe Access 
National Cancer Institute - Cannabis and Cannabinoids 

Videos to Watch 

Project Storm: Does Cannabis Kill Cancer? 
Run from the Cure - Rick Simpson's Video - Full Version 
Weed - CNN's Special Report by Dr. Sanjay Gupta 
Clearing the Smoke: The Science of Cannabis 
The Union - The Business of Getting High 
NatGeo - Documentary on the Effects of Marijuana
UCSF Oncologist Donald Abrams Cannabis Discussion 
NatGeo - Drugs, Inc. - Marijuana 
Ben Swann - THC, CBD, and Government Lies 
Medical Cannabis and its Impact on Human Health 
What if Cannabis Cured Cancer? 



CANNABIS AND CREATIVITY
Cannabis is reportedly the most popular illicit substance in the world. Its estimated one-time use in 2009 ranged from125 million to 203 million people (aged 15-64) (UNODC, 2011). According to a report by WHO, cannabis online use has increased since the 1960s in North America, Europe, and Australia particularly among young people and is commonly associated with youth culture. The report also summarizes the acute and chronic effects of cannabis use including various cognitive (learning and recalling information, integrating complex information, increased risk of psychotic disorders) and psychomotor impairments (higher risk of accidents when driving intoxicated).  

In light of these effects, it was interesting to find a study on the effects of smoking weed on creativity. Schafer and colleagues (2011) reviewed literature suggesting that the effects of cannabis on creativity have not been extensively studied nor are the mechanisms by which it stimulates creativity well understood. However, they suggested that cannabis produces psychotomimetic symptoms, which in turn might lead to connecting seemingly unrelated concepts, an aspect of divergent thinking considered primary to creative thinking. A drug induced altered state of mind may indeed lead to breaking free from ordinary thinking and associations, thereby, increasing the likelihood of generating novel ideas or associations. Weiner (2000), for example, noted “From American Indian use of peyote to Chinese people using plum wine, to Coleridge's opium use,

Schafer et al. identified two groups of participants, one high (average age 21.37) and the other low (average age = 21.62) on trait creativity and tested them in two counterbalanced conditions: non-intoxicated (day 1) and intoxicated (day 7). Legal marijuana Creativity was measured using three tasks: (a) verbal fluency (give as many responses linked to a given alphabet in 60 seconds); (b) category fluency (give as many verbal responses linked to a given concept category in 60 seconds); and (c) Mednick's Remote Associates Test (give one word that links three given words; 4 minutes given for each of the 16 word triads on the test).  They found that while both trait creative groups scored higher on state schizotypy as assessed by a self-report questionnaire on the intoxicated day,  there were no significant differences between the two groups on the Remote Associates Test, thus ruling out the possibility that increased schizotypy played any role. However, verbal fluency scores for the low trait creativity group increased to the level of the high trait creative group on the intoxicated day, but the latter group's scores did not differ on the two days. Also, the category fluency scores did not differ on the two days, but the high trait group performed better than the low trait group on both days.

The authors speculated that the increase in verbal fluency scores for the low trait group on the intoxicated day might be related to cannabis stimulating “dopamine release in the mesolimbic pathway which includes the frontal cortex” (p. 297). They further speculated that the high trait group might already have “some sort of disinhibition of frontal cortex functions” (p. 297) that facilitated their verbal fluency on the non-intoxicated day. Thus, cannabis intoxication had no further disinhibition effects for the high creativity group. Regarding category fluency, Schafer et al. explained that the advantage for the high trait group might be due to the already enhanced functioning of their temporal cortex, an area possibly not influenced by cannabis use.

Although Schafer et al.'s results are intriguing one might ask: What do we do with such findings? Obviously, we cannot recommend smoking cannabis as a way of stimulating creativity. Understandably, speculations on the involvement of particular brain regions in the creative process are of scientific interest, but the question remains: Should we consider designing drugs to unlock our creative potential? 



CANNABIS RESEARCH

In the past, it was seen strictly as a recreational product, but rapid advances in scientific and medical research have uncovered the astounding therapeutic potential of the cannabis plant. Recently, heavyweight organizations, like the American Medical Association and Harvard Medical School, have been conducting clinical trials with cannabis to study its effectiveness as a medical treatment, as the pharmaceutical industry looks on with great interest.

The human brain contains cannabinoid receptors, which help the body regulate mood, memory, appetite, and pain sensation. The body can naturally produce these endocannabinoids or they can be introduced into the system by way of cannabis. With an increased focus on these health-inducing compounds, medical professionals have begun recommending cannabis in treatment for a wide array of medical conditions, from Alzheimer's disease to Epilepsy, Cancer, Glaucoma, Stress, Insomnia, Hyper-tension, Back Pain, and more .

Cannabis use has evolved far beyond the days of rolling joints and packing pipes. It comes in many forms today, including capsules, sprays, ice cream and skin cream. You can even juice with cannabis in its raw form (meaning that you can get the medical benefits without experiencing the high). And major advances in dosing have evolved, as more strains are lab-tested to determine their potency and levels of the various therapeutic compounds (aiding in our ability to target specific illnesses). The fact that cannabis is a versatile supplement to traditional treatment methods, with little to no side effects, and can be used by patients who want to take charge of their own health, only adds to its allure 

What is THC?
THC, or Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol, is the most well-known cannabinoid compound found in cannabis. It is the main psychoactive ingredient, and it is responsible for what most people consider the “high” they experience when consuming cannabis. 

THC has been heavily studied since the 1960's and has been found to have analgesic, anti-bacterial, anti-cancerous, anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmotic, appetite stimulating, bronchodilating, and even neuroprotective properties! It does this by working with the Endocannabinoid System - a unique set of receptors within your body. This system is divided into two parts. The first are the CB1 receptors that are located throughout your brain, your digestive tract, various muscle tissue in your body, and various fat tissues in your body. The second are the CB2 receptors that are located throughout your immune system, your peripheral organs such as your spleen and tonsils, soft tissue within your brain, and throughout your gastrointestinal system. When cannabinoids such as THC, which heavily binds to the CB1 receptors and some of the CB2 receptors, 

Your body actually produces its own set of cannabinoids called 2-AG (2-arachidonoylglycerol) and anandamide. These are referred to as endocannabinoids, and these compounds are mimicked perfectly by THC and the other cannabinoids within cannabis! 


INDICA / SATIVA 

The names indica and sativa are botanical terms used to describe the species of the plant (indica, sativa, ruderalis) and how the cannabis plant grows. Indica strains are short, stocky, “bushy” plants, and Sativa strains are typically tall and “stretchy” plants. 

 Sativa and Indica are commonly used to describe how a certain strain of cannabis will affect you.

 Pure sativa strains are described as being energizing, uplifting, and sometimes even thought-provoking. Popular “sativa dominant” strains include citrus and piney tasting flowers such as Sour Diesel, Trainwreck, Maui Waui, Lemon Haze, Chemdog, Jack Herer, and so on. 

 Pure indica strains are described as relaxing, soothing, euphoric, pain relieving, and sometimes sedating. Popular “indica dominant” strains include many purples, kushes, and skunky strains such as Purple Kush, Afghan Kush , Cheese, Skunk, Grape Ape, Blackberry Kush, Northern Lights, and so on.

 As most of the “old school” sativas and indicas have been bred together and crossed to make thousands of hybrids (The True OG, Blue Dream, Jillybean, XJ-13, Purple Trainwreck, and Alien OG) it is increasingly inaccurate to use the terms sativa and indica to describe the plant's medical effects. It is really the mixture of the various cannabinoid and terpenoid compounds in the plant that determine how the strain affects you. 


CANNABINOIDS 

The Healing Compounds in Cannabis 

THC and CBD are produced by the cannabis plant, and are pharmaceutically known as phytocannabinoids or cannabinoids.

 Researchers have identified more than 85 cannabinoid compounds in cannabis. These compounds interact with a system in your body known as the Endocannabinoid System. Your Endocannabinoid system actually already produces its own cannabinoids; 

 2-arachidonoylglycerol and anandamide. Cannabinoids from the cannabis plant mimic these perfectly and can supplement and augment your body's cannabinoids to provide holistic therapies.

 What is interesting about these compounds, is that while each of them contain their own unique set of therapeutic properties, they all work synergistically with each other to provide a more powerful therapy, in what is known as the Entourage Effect. In fact, not only do the cannabinoids help each other, they also work synergistically with the therapeutic terpenoids that are naturally produced by the cannabis plant! 

WHAT IS THC 


THC, or Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol, is the most well-known cannabinoid compound found in cannabis. It is the main psychoactive ingredient, and it is responsible for what most people consider the “high” they experience when consuming cannabis. 

THC has been heavily studied since the 1960's and has been found to have analgesic, anti-bacterial, anti-cancerous, anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmotic, appetite stimulating, bronchodilating, and even neuroprotective properties! It does this by working with the Endocannabinoid System - a unique set of receptors within your body. This system is divided into two parts. The first are the CB1 receptors that are located throughout your brain, your digestive tract, various muscle tissue in your body, and various fat tissues in your body. The second are the CB2 receptors that are located throughout your immune system, your peripheral organs such as your spleen and tonsils, soft tissue within your brain, and throughout your gastrointestinal system. When cannabinoids such as THC, which heavily binds to the CB1 receptors and some of the CB2 receptors, 

Your body actually produces its own set of cannabinoids called 2-AG (2-arachidonoylglycerol) and anandamide. These are referred to as endocannabinoids, and these compounds are mimicked perfectly by THC and the other cannabinoids within cannabis ! 

High CBD Medicine 

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the many cannabinoid compounds that the cannabis plant produces. CBD exhibits numerous therapeutic properties, but what makes this compound so interesting to doctors and kingkushweed is that it does not provide the psychoactive effect normally associated with cannabis; in other words, CBD does not get you high. In fact, lab experiments with CBD have shown that this compound can actually helps decrease the psychoactive effects of THC!

 CBD can be used therapeutically as an analgesic, anti-anxiety, anti-bacterial, anti-cancerous, anti-convulsive, anti-depressant, anti-emetic, anti-inflammatory, anti-ischemic, anti-psychotic, anti-spasmotic, bone stimulating, immunosuppressive, and neuroprotective medicine. 

 It is interesting to know that CBD actually works synergistically with the other cannabinoids in order to provide a potentiated, or more powerful therapy in what is known as the Entourage Effect. What this means is that each of the compounds contained within the plant (the cannabinoids and terpenoids) work harmoniously with each other to create synergistic therapeutic properties!

 The scientific paper referred to on this page, Cannabidiol: from an inactive cannabinoid to a drug with wide spectrum of action was published in 2008, by Antonio Zuardi, and describes the history of CBD, its possible therapeutic applications, and exhaustive reviews of every scientific experimentation utilizing cannabidiol from the 1970s up to 2008! 


CANNABIS OIL BENEFITS 
Some of the most important health benefits of cannabis oil include its ability to reduce stress and anxiety, improve the quality of sleep, boost appetite and optimize digestion, reduce pain, prevent certain cancers, strengthen heart health, and protect your skin, among others. 

Cannabis Oil / Hash Oil / Shatter

Cannabis oil or hash oil is one of the more unusual oils in the essential oil range, simply because of the plant from which it is derived. Although cannabis and hemp have been used for thousands of years as a naturally growing herb, its reputation as a drug in many parts of the world have complicated the relationship between users of cannabis oil and hemp and authorities in certain parts of the world. However, cannabis essential oil is a wildly beneficial essential oil, and is widely considered of the most effective oils for the alleviation of certain illnesses and condition, in fact. oil is extracted by steam distillation from the flowers and upper leaves of cannabis plants, which are in the Cannabis genus.

Cannabis essential oil is a green liquid that is considered highly volatile, and its component parts are very powerful, including monoterpenes, sesquiterpenes, and other highly active organic compounds. The essential oil is primarily made and distributed from France and various other European countries, but its exportation is somewhat limited by, as mentioned above, the legal ramifications of what cannabis essential oil is derived from. Aside from its extensive medical applications, it is also found in perfumes, soaps, and candles, as well as some use in foods. Considering that this oil is so powerful, very small amounts are necessary for it to have an effect. 
Cannabis Oil Benefits 

HEALTH BENEFITS OF CANNABIS ESSENTIAL OIL

Anxiety and Stress: One of the most popular and well known uses of cannabis essential oil is as a relief for stress and anxiety. The natural compounds found in cannabis essential oil, including the famed THC, which is what gives cannabis the distinction of a drug in many countries, are very good for releasing pleasure hormones and relaxing the mind, reducing stress and inducing a sense of calm and relaxation . 

Sleep Issues: For people who suffer from insomnia, constant anxiety during the night time hours, or simply struggle to get a sound, restful night of undisturbed sleep, cannabis essential oil works like a charm. By relaxing the body and mind, and inducing a lower energy level, it will be easier to get your heart rate down and clear your head before a long night of peaceful slumber.

Appetite Booster: It is well known that people who consume cannabis in other forms notice increased appetite, famously called “the munchies”. However, cannabis essential oil can help regulate your appetite and induce hunger, while also stimulating your digestive system to operate at a more regular level. This can help people who want to gain weight quickly, particularly after an extended illness or injury recovery. 

Pain Reliever: Cannabis essential oil works as a great pain reliever, and is regularly suggested for people with inflammation, chronic pain, and even emergency pain relief. There is a very good reason why people who suffer from cancer often turn to cannabis-related options, including cannabis essential oil, when the pain of chemotherapy or the disease itself becomes unbearable.

Cancer Prevention: Although there is still some controversy over this, and a great deal of research still ongoing, early reports have shown that the active ingredients in cannabis essential oil can have preventative effects on cancer, and can also cause reduction in tumor size, thereby making it easier to effectively beat cancer for those patients already suffering from that tragic disease. 

Heart Health: The volatile oils in cannabis essential oil can also help to improve heart health by balancing out the negative oils in your system. It can stimulate antioxidant processes as well, scraping off excess cholesterol and maximizing the health of your cardiovascular system.
Skin Protection: The powerful components of cannabis essential oil are also used to protect the skin, and can be consumed both internally and applied externally to achieve this important side effect. It can stimulate the shedding of dead skin and faster re-growth of health, glowing skin. It also is known to prevent wrinkles and signs of aging, while also protecting against eczema and psoriasis. 

Glaucoma: In terms of eye health, cannabis and cannabis essential oil have been linked to a reduction in glaucoma and a prevention of macular degeneration. Eye health is one of the major reasons why people turn to cannabis essential oil as they age.

Headaches and Migraines: Topically applying some cannabis essential oil at the temples or the spot of intensity for a migraine or headache can be an effective way to get relief. Many people turn to prescriptions for cannabis and cannabis oil due to its potent defense against crippling headaches and pain. 

A Final Word of Warning: Although this list clearly shows that cannabis essential oil can be an effective remedy for many common health conditions, it is still a potent chemical substance extracted from a plant with psychotropic substances. Therefore, you should always be very careful of your use of such an essential oil, including the amount you use and the conditions under which you use it. Speak to a professional about mixing essential oils and present medications before adding any new elements into your health regimen.
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