Weekly insights and information on NH’s growing Therapeutic Cannabis industry.
Last weekend a video circulated on social media showing the police looking through a patient’s belongings in a hospital room. They were there because the patient had told his medical providers he used THC oil to control the pain from his Stage 4 pancreatic cancer. READ MORE
Delta 8 -THC is the “regular” THC found in cannabis but is formulated differently. It has electrons in a different position than those in Delta 9 – THC allowing the product to interact with body receptors providing slightly different results. READ MORE
Once you have decarboxylated product, you can then use it in tinctures, creams, and in edibles. Or you can simply grind up the product and sprinkle it on food – pizza, salads, etc. Be aware that like all cannabis edibles, if you eat cannabis, it will take about an hour to kick in. (Tinctures applied properly take much less time.) READ MORE
When I talk to people about legalizing cannabis, the impaired driving issue is an argument that constantly comes up. “What about those who smoke and drive? How can we protect ourselves from them?” READ MORE
If you are already an “allergic person” or have a history of asthma, it stands to reason that there is a (small) possibility you might also be allergic to cannabis. If you have a cannabis allergy, after using the product you may experience symptoms similar to seasonal allergies including: red and watery eyes, runny nose, congestion, sneezing, nausea, and of course, the big one – vomiting. READ MORE
There’s actually scientific evidence (as well as circumstantial evidence in the form of personal stories) that eating raw cannabis does a body good. It seems to be especially beneficial for people with chronic pain and inflammation. READ MORE