Cannabis edibles, or medibles, allow patients to enjoy the medicinal benefits of cannabis without having to inhale. The long lasting effects are body dominant, making medibles a sought after tool for pain management and sleep. For those of us that enjoy cooking or baking (or eating!) medibles can bring some fun into the stressful world of managing chronic illness.
Cannabis edibles are patient favorite - they provide long lasting and full body relief, great for severe chronic pain and insomnia. These easy to make cannabis almond bites are gluten & refined sugar free - a much healthier option than traditional cannabis medibles.
Over 175 million women worldwide deal with the impacts of endometriosis, a chronic health condition that causes debilitating pain. Many women are finding relief through medical cannabis, allowing them to control their pain and engage in their lives without the side effects of traditional treatment options.
For thousands and thousands of years people have used cannabis to calm symptoms associated with anxiety, depression, and stress. With a few important considerations, you too can harness cannabis' anti-anxiety effects.
CBD and THC are the most popular cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. Interacting with the endocannabinoid system, CBD and THC each provide different medicinal benefits. Understanding the basics of what they are and how they work are essential for getting the most out of your medical cannabis experience.
Applied like you would any muscle rub, cannabis topical applications are not absorbed into the bloodstream so they can’t get you stoned. Usually working within 15-20 minutes they are a great option for a variety of pain and skin conditions. Easy to make - this post guides you through making your own medical cannabis salve.
As a Florida medical cannabis patient it's important to understand the legal considerations surrounding your medication. This blog posts covers the major tenets of the law and what you need to do to stay in compliance.
When we compiled our first Florida medical cannabis strain blog post, it was for the most part an exhaustive list of what was available on the market at the time. Since then choices have exploded with Florida dispensaries offering an expanded menu of cannabis products and strains.
Who, what, where, and how; this post covers everything you need to know about Florida's operating medical cannabis dispensaries, also called MMTC's. From discounts to available strains, we cover it all.
One of the things that makes medical cannabis treatment different from others is that you are largely in control of your own treatment. For many patients this can be freeing and empowering, but it can also be a bit overwhelming. This resource round up will help take that overwhelm down a notch with everything you need to know in one place!
Understanding your Medical Cannabis recommendation will help you to have a smooth and productive dispensary visit. Planning ahead is very helpful, especially for those new to cannabis. Unlike conventional medicine, Medical Cannabis patients have much more control and flexibility when choosing and dosing their medicine
The Florida medical marijuana market is expanding rapidly, offering up new strains and products for qualifying patients. This blog post runs you through 9 of the most common strains, what they are effective for, and where to find them.
There are many ways to consume medical marijuana, but Florida law currently only permits four options - vaporizing, tincture, oral, and topical. Each delivery method produces a different experience with different medicinal qualities. You will need to experiment to find which works best for you.
When you visit a dispensary to pick up your medical cannabis, you will be faced with a decision to make - sativa or indica. But how do you decide? Sativa and indica are different species of cannabis, both with distinct properties and experiences.