As much as we might be tempted to speak in terms of competing substances when it comes to the healing properties of marijuana, the truth is that what makes cannabis so remarkable on so many fronts is the synergy that appears to occur between all the substances within it.
The interest around cannabis legalization has been growing in the U.S., and it's not just because of politicians who admit to smoking cannabis, but also due to the medical benefits linked to cannabis use.
Most people have probably heard of CBD and THC and their medical benefits. However, they’re just two of the many cannabinoids, which are naturally occurring chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant.
What is CBD Used For? The list can go on and on and on - CBD can be used for pain, anxiety depression. IF you have ever had pain anxiety depression that you know how debilitating these conditions
By now you have probably heard a story or two about how medical cannabis helped heal cancer. This may have even been your experience or the experience of a loved one. Cannabis has proven to be effective against cancer in many ways, from reinforcing the endocannabinoid system to boosting the immune system and cutting inflammation.
Many of us may be under the impression that the term “THC” automatically signifies the substance in cannabis that will “get you high.” It is true that of the hundreds of compounds in the cannabis plant, certain forms of Tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, produce that well-known psychoactive effect. However, as we shall see, there is a lot more to THC than meets the eye.