Tinnitus And Cannabinoid Use: What The Research Shows

Tinnitus is an incredibly frustrating condition. It’s so frustrating, in fact, that tinnitus sufferers are often willing to try anything just to get some relief from the tinnitus-related ringing in their ears. However, tinnitus has been found to have a connection with cannabinoid use. Cannabinoid users who never had tinnitus before were more likely to

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Breastfeeding and Marijuana: Is cannabis safe for babies?

As breast milk contains many Cannabinoids, breastfed infants are exposed to these compounds. It has been shown that breastfed infants have higher serum concentrations of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) than found in the mother’s blood or urine, although levels are lower than those which would produce intoxication. Studies on THC exposure through breast milk show conflicting results

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How to pass a urine test for synthetic cannabinoids?

Synthetics will always have the chemical similarity to the cannabinoids found in natural hemp and marijuana. A synthetic cannabinoid binds to the CB1 receptor just like hemp. These synthetic materials are available from a number of source that is studying them and finding ways to develop new materials for drug testing. It will take a

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Short Path Distillation Techniques: CBD Hemp Extractions

The short path distillation process has become increasingly popular in the extraction industry for its versatility and efficiency. The short path method can produce yields of up to 99.9% CBD while taking up a fraction of the space of conventional fractional distillation equipment. Distillation is a method for separating compounds based on their unique physical

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Cracking The Total Active Cannabinoids Code

Active Cannabinoids interact with one another psycho-pharmacologically and physiologically. THC would be the active chemical, it’s metabolites would be other pharmacologically active molecules, and other toxins from the plant’s diet would he of interest in a laboratory setting. So what about Total Active Cannabinoids? The percentage of THC and CBD in the cannabis strain is

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Differing Views of Cannabis from Its Checkered Past

The most scientifically beloved shade of hemp, according to the drug label – which did not exist before it was standardized by the World Health Organization in 1965 – is sativa. “It’s the most degraded shade of the ‘dominant’ cannabis variety – just about all THC has disappeared,” says Ben Bielenberg, a marijuana activist and

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The History of Marijuana

Excavations by Christian missionaries revealed thousands of opium poppies growing on local temples in China. Throughout the Middle Ages, Irish black pepper (in addition to other herbs and spices) was used as a cure-all for nausea, diarrhea and diarrhea induced by anything from malaria to tuberculosis. In the 19th century, cannabis products were used in

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Is it Safe to Eat cannabis?

Cannabis can be used for multiple purposes. Many of you may wonder whether it is safe to eat cannabis and hemp products. This article will give you the answers to all of your questions. So, let’s start with a brief history of cannabis use. In certain texts, it is regarded that pot was an important

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The New Mexico Compound

its composition, its physiological effects, and its future uses. One of the biggest mysteries surrounding the New Mexico compound is how the brain obviously determines whether an individual should eat more or less cannabis. The simple fact that the compound occurs naturally in cannabis justifies the recreational use of the flower, but what’s off-limits? Scientists

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HHC Featured On Nuggetry’s Dank Menu of The Day

HHC would like to thank the hard working people at Nuggetry for featuring us yet again on their prestigious Dank Menu of the Day! We can’t thank them enough for honoring our hard work. Come by HHC today and check out what buzz is all about!