As the vape market continues to grow and flourish, with the expectancy to reach over $22 billion by the end of 2022, it is only natural that fake and poor-quality products start to pop up among the safe and reliable ones.
As the world of cannabis evolves, so do the ways to consume it. Most people still smoke traditional joints, blunts, and pipes.
Hurricanes, floods, tornados, snow in September? Then there are the Fires…. Last weekend, I was in the mountains celebrating a 3-day holiday. I had been looking forward to this weekend and selfishly hoped it would be more than I imagined, since summer had gone too fast and the year continues to be challenging. Unfortunately, the weekend lived up to 2020, keeping in step with the year to date. Imagine my surprise when, in less than 24 hours, it was over! Unknown to us, the Creek Fires and their surrounding acres were in imminent danger and we were asked to evacuate. The Creek Fires are still burning; with over 170K+ acres effected and currently zero containment.
Cannabis combined with blood thinning medications has become an increasing concern as Medical and Adult-Use cannabis are being legalized across the country. The fastest growing groups of Cannabis users are those 60+ years old.
Many patients have heard that cannabis can help navigate the side effects of chemotherapy. Most hear from friends or relatives that it can help. They are willing to try almost anything to help deal with the nausea, pain, and insomnia. But patients who are already immuno-compromised and going through chemo have a lot of questions. And their doctors seem to have more questions than answers themselves.
Having sleep issues? You are not alone. The Consumer Reports found that about 168 million Americans struggle with sleep every week.