Weekly insights and information on NH’s growing Therapeutic Cannabis industry.
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
Many people become anxious at the thought of entering a dispensary. They don’t know what to expect, they think they might be going into a “head-shop” where everyone wears tie-died shirts. They think they are doing something bad, or that they are bad people for crossing the threshold of a “pot shop.” READ MORE
It’s known by a lot of different names — pot, weed, bud — but perhaps the most common one is marijuana. There’s much discussion going on lately about whether the word marijuana is racist or not. READ MORE
You don’t need to get “high” to get the benefits of cannabis. In fact, studies have shown that if you are using cannabis for symptom relief (anxiety, PTSD, chronic pain, muscle spasms, etc.) it seems to work best at lower or micro-dose levels.