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A new strain of science for all things potent.

  • Kim Torres
    Published about a month ago
    Does CBD Work Better Than THC?

    Does CBD Work Better Than THC?

    This article is originally published on Sunday Scaries. Cannabidiol (CBD) is just one of many compounds in the cannabis plant that makes it so valuable. It can help you relax after the world’s longest workweek or relieve unwanted negative thoughts.
  • Steve Harrison
    Published 3 months ago
    Cannabinoids and the treatment of cancer

    Cannabinoids and the treatment of cancer

    Cancer is a broad term used for diseases in which abnormal cells divide without control and are able to invade other tissues, causing metastases and high rates of mortality and morbidity.
  • Mohit Verma
    Published 5 months ago
    Vaping CBD Oil vs Taking CBD Drops

    Vaping CBD Oil vs Taking CBD Drops

    Whether your looking to flip, or buy a new home to live in. House hunting can be super stressful. Many realtors like myself are using CBD to ease that house hunting anxiety. In this short guide I’ll talk about the differences between vaping cbd and taking it with drops sublingually.
  • Jeffrey Murphy
    Published 6 months ago
    CBD Oil for Energy: Everything You Need to Know

    CBD Oil for Energy: Everything You Need to Know

    For a few years, people have been discovering how cannabidiol can be used to help the body combat different diseases and ailments. A lot of research has shown that it can have a real positive impact on people, helping them to gain CBD energy. However, how exactly does this substance interact with the body, and how can it lead to you feeling more energetic? This is what I have been focusing on recently. Everyone has been talking about this stuff, so I'm going to take you through the science and the effects.
  • GLAUX CHEM®
    Published 8 months ago
    Hemp Oil vs. CBD Oil: The Scientific Differences You Should Know

    Hemp Oil vs. CBD Oil: The Scientific Differences You Should Know

    With the cannabis boom has come an explosion in consumer use and demand for CBD oil. The market is already a billion-dollar industry and growing bigger each day but education and legal policy lags like a cheetah with a broken leg.
  • GLAUX CHEM®
    Published about a year ago
    5 Ways to Hemp Your Life (and Why)

    5 Ways to Hemp Your Life (and Why)

    Hemp is inarguably one of the most versatile and useful plants on the planet. In fact, it was so important to our economy that farmers in the colonial days were once required to grow hemp for use of the fibers to produce commodities like paper, ropes, and fuel. The declaration of independence was drafted on hemp paper, George Washington and John Adams farmed hemp, and President Abraham Lincoln used hemp oil to fuel his lamps.
  • Fred Eugene Park
    Published 2 years ago
    Difference Between Smoking and Eating Edibles

    Difference Between Smoking and Eating Edibles

    The effects of marijuana are well known and hard to deny. With the rising tide of legalization bringing legal weed to people in various states, more and more people are being exposed to the various alternative ways of consuming it. While forms like vaping have a relatively similar effect to smoking, not every method can claim this.
  • Devin Yirka
    Published 2 years ago
    Impairment Testing: Alternative for Workplace Drug Testing

    Impairment Testing: Alternative for Workplace Drug Testing

    Drug testing has been a standard operating procedure in organizations, especially those that operate in industries where safety is of critical concern, like in construction, transportation, security, and manufacturing. Companies also typically require candidates to undergo drug screenings as part of the job application process.
  • Ryan Witt
    Published 2 years ago
    10 Reasons Why Cannabis Isn't like Other Drugs

    10 Reasons Why Cannabis Isn't like Other Drugs

    Nixon's "War on Drugs" and America's D.A.R.E. program are largely considered failures in people over the age of 18. I'll admit that when I was in grade school, hearing about drugs like crystal meth and heroin scared the living hell out of me; and as an adult, I have a more in-depth understanding as to why staying away from these substances is absolutely in my best interest. Sitting in a dark room as my classmates read off their group presentations on different illicit drugs though, I remember listening to the facts rattled off about marijuana and thinking, "What's the big deal?" Maybe I was an observant and rebellious youth (I was not), or maybe the thought of a "gateway drug" creating a "greater risk" to try other substances didn't really connect with me, but either way I steered clear of narcotics while in most of my formative years. Now, as an adult, I have been exposed to marijuana on a handful of occasions, and still find myself wondering, "What's the big deal?" Guess what? Marijuana is not a gateway drug, and you and I both know cannabis isn't like other drugs, too. I'm not just talking about what kind of high it gets you (although I will touch on that); just take a look at this list to see why with a stipulation here and there, cannabis isn't like other drugs.
  • those stoner kids
    Published 2 years ago
    Intro to Cannabis

    Intro to Cannabis

    Mary Jane, Weed, wacky tobacky; whatever you have heard it by, cannabis is a plant that is on the fast track to being a common household item that can be used in more ways than just a means to get lifted. From grandmas to children, all ages can feel the beneficial effects of marijuana not always having to experience the THC high that some users do.
  • Thomas Rose
    Published 2 years ago
    An Introduction to CBD

    An Introduction to CBD

    Introduction Cannabidoil or “CBD” is one of the 113 cannabinoid compounds found in Cannabis. Contrary to Tetrahydrocannidoil (THC), CBD doesn’t alter your mental state, getting you “high” (see also: Baked; Stoned; Wonky; Blitzed). Both compounds do work in a similar way though, reacting with natural Cannabinoid receptors within the brain and immune system to administer their own unique effects. As I mentioned before there are at least 111 other cannabinoids however these two are the only ones we’re concerned about for now.
  • Joseph D. N. Kendrick
    Published 2 years ago
    How Smoking Weed Can Cause You to Dream Less

    How Smoking Weed Can Cause You to Dream Less

    If you've just recently started smoking weed, you may or may not have noticed a decrease in your ability to remember your dreams. On the flip side, if you're like me and hardly ever remember your dreams, you make notice that they return if you take a break from smoking marijuana. Personally, I've never cared too much about whether I remember my dreams or not, but your mileage may vary. If you ask me, its a worthwhile trade-off for the other effects smoking weed has, namely a refreshing, deep sleep. But why does weed have any effect on our sleeping habits?