The End Of Jeff Session


How Could The End Of Jeff Sessions Create A Cannabis Boom?

Sessions Under Fire:

If you pay attention to what is going on with the Trump Administration, we understand if you don’t, you probably know about all the tension between Trump and Sessions. It is also very clear that people can easily be removed from his administration and replaced, as seen by our new Chief Of Staff John Kelly.

Here is something you might NOT have known! Jeff Sessions is currently being sued by a NFL star, a 11 year old girl with epilepsy, and a veteran with PTSD for Cannabis being on the schedule 1 substance list . Marvin Washington, who played for the Jets and had a 11 year career in the NFL, is suing sessions stating that the players are being  “fed” opiates at the end of the season and that they should have alternate pain alternatives. The lawsuit also goes on to point out that in order for a substance be be a schedule 1 drug, it cannot have medical benefits. However, the US government has a patent that disagrees . Here is the complaint filed by the 11 year old girl and the NFL star.

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The Trump Administration:

As you could probably imagine, the Trump administration creates a certain unease in the marijuana community. With more and more states and local governments creating medical and recreational laws and licensing opportunities, the time to invest in the cannabis industry in now. For now, the Department of Justice has no budget for prosecuting medical cannabis via the Rohrabacher–Farr amendment (later renamed to the Rohrabacher–Blumenauer amendment).  This wonderful amendment, however, does not cover the recreational sales of marijuana.

Jeff Session’s Stance On Cannabis Is Clear:

On May 1, 2017 Jeff Session wrote a letter to congress and federal law makers regarding cannabis and the Rohrabacher–Farr amendment. This is what Jeff Sessions said:

“I believe it would be unwise for Congress to restrict the discretion of the Department to fund particular prosecutions, particularly in the midst of an historic drug epidemic and potentially long-term uptick in violent crime,”

“The Department,” Sessions continued, “must be in a position to use all laws available to combat the transnational drug organizations and dangerous drug traffickers who threaten American lives.”

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The Start of A Cannabis Boom

Jeff Sessions leaving the Trump administration would open the position of Attorney General who is both the chief law enforcement officer and chief lawyer of the United States government. With a business man in office, who will have a hard time ignoring the money flowing in through cannabis tax, there is opportunity without Jeff Sessions. This could mean a very quick change in federal laws that could potential decriminalize the schedule 1 drug all together and create a national market. For investors this is the beginning of a fully legal cash crop that is sure to change history.

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Could Cannabis Replace Opiates as A Post-Surgery Recovery Medicine of Choice?


Cannabis can certainly replace opiates to relieve the pain following surgery. It might do so in the future, but allowing for some cautions, it can do so now.

But, in most situations and jurisdictions, such treatment is not recommended as an authorized protocol. Individual anecdotal reports emphasize the effectiveness of cannabis in treating post-operative pain, but little research exists to satisfy medical practitioners or their oversight.

What’s the problem?

Many barriers stand in the way of letting cannabis replace opiates.

Socially Acceptable:

Like it or not, your illness is a social event. Friends and family members all have something to say about your treatment, and most of their advice is at odds with approved medical practice.

If your care is at the mercy of old wives’ tales, you won’t be able to assemble an effective recovery regimen. So, you’re better advised to coordinate your care with providers whom you know and trust.

Medical Research:

The United States effectively prevents acceptable and productive research on cannabis. It controls authorization of cannabis growing for research and permission to conduct university level studies.

Some studies have been ex vivo, conducted on isolated cells. Only a few have been run in vivo, conducted on whole living organisms from tadpoles to mice.

Legal Status:

Cannabis is a Schedule 1 drug under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). In the DEA’s view, it is ranked alongside heroin, LSD, Mescaline, Ecstasy, and other powerful hallucinogenic.

The status makes it difficult, although possible, to access and obtain. But, as important, it prevents researchers and universities from securing the financial grants and underwriting for the necessary medical research.

Addictive Opiates:

The opiates typically prescribed for post-operative pain come with their own problems. For too many doctors and patients, the first option for pain relief fall in the class of opiates. Prescriptions for hydrocodone, oxycodone, and oxycontin clearly do relieve pain.

For the deepest and most severe pain following the most intrusive surgery, they may be the best treatment. But, given the serious side-effects and potential for addiction, more doctors look to non-opioid alternatives in pain management.

Nancy A. Melville reports in Medscape on an increase in interest is “multimodal” pain management such as reducing the opiate intake with a complementary acetaminophen.

Pharmaceutical Research:

Pharmaceutical manufacturers are working on effective medications derived from cannabis, its oils, extracts, and concentrates. There is an obviously large market for such “legitimate” medications as distinct from medical marijuana.

Because of research restrictions in the U.S., most of this research is underway in Israel and the U.K. This work depends on capital investment that is currently unreliable and inconsistent at best until those investors have some confidence in the efficacy of the products, patience with the testing protocols, and belief in the market demand.

Advocacy Clarity:

Earnest as cannabis advocacy may be, they complicate problems with convenient classifications. That is, medical cannabis interests differ from medical marijuana interests. It does not serve the cause well to confuse the terms.

Medical marijuana has been approved in some states for treatment of chronic pain. It permits authorized patients to smoke marijuana or consume marijuana-laced edibles. Some jurisdictions limit medical treatment to cannabis derivatives, and that excludes smoking and edibles. So, “medical marijuana” means different things to different people, and this can get in the way of securing the relief you need.

Pain Management:

Doctors committed to pain management are involved in a complex of interests. Their work is heavily regulated and monitored by authorities. They are involved with insurance companies, Medicare, and Medicaid.

And, some medical practitioners have conflicted interests in the pharmaceutical industry that is solidly opposed to legalization of marijuana. The most frequently prescribed opiates are manufactured by just a few companies.

Lack of Alternatives:

The degree of pain is a function of several things. It depends on the degree of surgery. When post-operative care requires hospitalization, there is a risk of infection and chance for medical professionals to observe and monitor the pain.

But, patients with shoulder replacements, knee replacements, and other out-patient surgeries leave with considerable pain. Most physicians will prescribe a non-refillable week of extra strength NSAIDs or Acetaminophen. Absent other alternatives for severe pain, they prescribe opiates.

What’s the solution?


In an interview on National Public Radio (NPR), Naomi Gingold remarked, “the public often thinks bad pain requires opioids, but opioids don’t cure pain. They mitigate some of the distress. Certain kinds of pain they do nothing for, can even make it worse. And by themselves, they are not a long-term solution. But patients who are still hurting can think more is better and overdose.”

That’s worth repeating. Opioids do not cure pain. They do fool the brain’s pain center at the cost of numbing other systems.

Now, cannabis advocates make no claim that it will cure pain. But, certain strains will impact a complex of human systems relieving the perception of pain, distracting the psycho active centers, relaxing the musculature, and calming stress and anxiety.

A better path for those experiencing severe and/or chronic pain following surgery is a combination of therapies customized to the patient. These therapies might include;

  • Biofeedback to train patients to foresee and control symptoms.
  • Hypnotic therapy can function as an analgesic helping patients visualize their pain and its origin.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a continuing psychological approach to understand pain and how it manifests itself in behavior. The therapist and patient discuss the case and its results on an effort to develop coping mechanisms.
  • Physical Therapy directed at repair and restoration of tissue and musculature or on intervention in areas of pain and inflammation.
  • Meditation as a behavior or spiritual exercise to distract the mind and neurology from the pain and related stress.
  • Alternate treatments through massage and acupuncture have been effective for many patients.

Doctors and patients who want to avoid the risks and penalties of opiate treatment for pain, a strategy that blends and integrates therapies should increasingly allow for effective help from selective medical marijuana. is your comprehensive guide to recreational and medical marijuana dispensaries and strains where you could find nearby dispensaries with reviews and/or explore over 3,000 strains with photos, videos and reviews.”

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Cannabis and Alzheimer’s Disease: Finding the Most Effective Strains


Dr. Aloysius Alzheimer, a Bavarian neuro-pathologist, identified a form of dementia distinct from senility (circa 1906).

He identified plaques that disrupt the metabolism that supports nerve cells. The cells stop communicating and die (National Institute on Ageing). Pathologists, then, find the brains of such victims positive for the buildup of two plaques: amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles.

No one is positioned to label these plaques as causes or by-products of Alzheimer’s Disease. But, everyone agrees they are certainly markers.

Fifty years of research

Jump to the 1960s when Dr. Raphael Mechoulam of Israel’s Hebrew University synthesized tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and determined the structure of cannabidiol (CBD). As shown in the documentary, The Scientist, Professor Mechoulam’s team “found that the human brain produces its very own Cannabis – a chemical that they named anandamide after the Sanskrit word ananda, ‘bliss’.”

He inferred that, if “THC interacts with the largest receptor system in the human body, the endocannabinoid system (ECS),” its use can correct or adjust failures or dysfunction in connections with those receptors.

2014 study in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease concludes, “These sets of data strongly suggest that THC could be a potential therapeutic treatment option for Alzheimer’s disease through multiple functions and pathways.” A pre-clinical study, it found that doses of THC would “slow the production of beta-amyloid proteins.”

A 2016 announcement from the Salk Institute reported on similar results in research led by Professor David Schubert, Professor of Salk’s Cellular Neurobiology Lab. A non-clinical study, it confirms “evidence that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and other compounds found in marijuana can promote the cellular removal of amyloid beta, a toxic protein associated with Alzheimer’s disease.”

Remedy strains:

Testing indicates there is some advantage in the THC/CBD ration favoring THC in strains such as these five strains and more:


Acapulco Gold Feminized (Barney’s Farms), a handsome plant with gold hairs and golden flecks, flowers in nine weeks. Strong fruity flavors and powerful high last a long time. It is a Sativa dominant hybrid with Indica. That’s 23% THC and 0.07% CBD.

Skunk Haze (Mr. Nice Seeds) relieves pain but leaves users energetic and focused. Its cerebral effects are invigorating and strong. Taste is full-flavored in this Sativa dominant progeny of Skunk and Haze parents making it high THC and low CBD

Kerala Krush Regular (Flying Dutchman) is another potent Sativa/Indica hybrid (85/15). It grows fast and fruitful. Its 18-22% THC produces a sharp, clear, relaxing, and cerebral high. Users claim a meditative feeling, a sense of purpose and meaningfulness.

Dutch Dragon Regular (Paradise Seeds) is hugely Sativa (75%/25%) with a potent high. Tasting like tangerines, it grows tall quickly and reliably in warmer climates. It produces a giggly euphoric high. With THC pushing 18%, Dutch Dragon has always been a best seller.

Mexican Sativa Regular (Sensi Seeds) is another Sativa/Indica (70%/30%) hybrid. This fast flowering native of Oaxaca, it has been infused with African Durban and Hash strains. It smells of anise and sandalwood, and delivers its 18% THC and 1.3% CBD high.

Remedy edibles:


Crispy Kraken (Dixie Medical) is a crispy rice in milk chocolate bar. Smooth and delicious, it is THC-infused and easily bitten into any time of day.

Bubbly Cola Gummies (EdiPure), shaped like tiny cola bottles, remind you of old school penny candy. Sweet and sour fizzes into a strong enough rush you’ll want to limit consumption.

Peach Tarts (EdiPure) are colorful gummies infused with 10 mg THC in each piece. Sweet, sour, and peachy under their sugar coating, the taste masks the cannabis.


Green House Daily assets, “THC is a natural and safe amyloid inhibitor, unlike prescription medication that is often prescribed to patients.” This is a reasonable summary of the pre-clinical studies reported to date.

But, that’s a long way from saying that cannabis is a cure for Alzheimer’s, a means to reverse it, or to stop it in its tracks. Considering the U.S. data on Alzheimer’s Disease provided by, any promising research is welcome:

  • 5.2 million people age 65+
  • 200,000 under age 65
  • 1 in 9 over 65
  • Kills more than breast and prostate cancer combined
  • 2016 cost at $238 billion
  • 13.8 million projected for 2050
  • Someone will develop AZ every 33 seconds by 2050.

U.S. research remains hamstrung by FDA rules currently allowing research only at University of Mississippi. Successful research pretty has been limited everywhere to in vitro testing and in vivo testing limited to small animals, discovery of effects on human participants still waits.

Research as it is shows “THC blocks an enzyme called acetylcholinesterase, which speeds the formation of amyloid plaque in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease” (WebMd). The Scripps Research Institute (2006) research even found that THC is “a considerably superior inhibitor of [amyloid plaque] aggregation” to several currently approved drugs for treating the disease.” Specifically, Aricept proved only 22% as effective, and Cognex only 7% as effective.

You can, then, conclude that cannabis with high THC content has proven to reduce and degenerate beta-amyloid plaque. Unfortunately, that is still far from a cure or reversal. Additional research is needed, of course.

There is not comparable research history on neurofibrillary tangles. The focus on plaques has left little consideration of other bio-chemical, vascular, or dietary relationships.

But, given the confidence that cannabis does target known hallmarks and relieve reported symptoms, it justifies additional research to identify the specific strains best matched to the problem is your comprehensive guide to recreational and medical marijuana dispensaries and strains where you could find nearby dispensaries with reviews and/or explore over 3,000 strains with photos, videos and reviews.”

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Tips to Store and Prolong Your Cannabis


High doesn’t come cheap, even Rocky Mountain high. Whether you buy legit or not, cannabis does not come cheap. But, it does have a very long shelf-life if you take care of it.

5 Tips to store and prolong your cannabis

  1. Location: Assuming you’re not inclined to stash your weed in a sock drawer or under a sofa cushion, you can prolong your cannabis in the right environment.
  • Keep it dark. Cannabis does not like bright light or UV-sunrays. So, while glass containers are a good recommendation, you might try to find amber, green, or other colored glass.
  • Keep it cool: Some recommend a storage temperature between 10° C (50° F) and 23.8° C (74.84° F). But, you might shoot for 12.78° C (55° F) to 21.11° C (70° F). Too cool may prolong curling which can dry the product, and too high temperatures invite oxidation and mold.
  • Keep it dry: “Dry” can be a tough call. You do not want grass so dry it powders, but you don’t want moisture leading to mold. You might add a lemon, orange, potato, or lettuce leaf to your stash to share its moisture, but anything organic can grow mold, so keep it fresh.
  1. Container: Flimsy plastics bags create static electricity which causes weed to deteriorate, so you want to avoid the plastic sandwich bag. (The products listed have been selected at random and should not be considered an endorsement.)
  • Cannador® produces a line of high-end humidors for weed storage. Storage sits at the recommended 55% to 62% relative humidity. Weed rests snuggly in canisters inside elegant finished wood boxes.
  • Miron Violet Glass containers come in apothecary or wide-mouth styles. Stylish and decorative, they also protect the contents from harmful light.
  • CVault® Humidity Controlled Containers come in a variety of sizes. Made of food grade stainless steel, they seal air-tight with a 0.24-inch silicone seal.
  • Cannaline offers best practices stash jars with thick walls and custom-made seals. They are sold with 100% full refund guarantee.
  • CoolJarz™ sells child-proof containers. The CJ Evolution™ Child-Resistant Extract Containers are silicone-lined to protect the quality.
  • Budvac® has an innovative vacuum jar. A pump positions on top of the jar lid to extract the oxygen from the container.
  • Enjoy Jars promote a partitioned container to organize and store several strains of cannabis. Containers hold four herbs without mixing product or smell. They come with a mini-Nugtainer and slip into an eco-friendly drawstring bag for travel.

Despite the caution against plastic containers and bags, easily available food vacuum sealers make it easy to package your product and remove all the oxygen before heat sealing the edges. You do want to avoid crushing buds with too much handling or damaging them in the vacuum process.

  1. Seeds: Citizens can raise their own cannabis plants in states where use has been legalized. And, that may be a specific help to medical marijuana patients. In any case, seeds need careful storage.
  • Room Temperature: You can store seeds safely in any appropriate, airtight container at room temperature for several years.
  • Seeds will remain viable for a long time if you keep them in sealed containers. So, you don’t want to leave the container open more than necessary. Seeds will lose their germination potential over time, but that is not a short-term worry.
  • Refrigerator: The refrigerator is workable if seeds are vacuum-sealed or in airtight containers. If you can avoid moisture buildup in the container, you can harbor the seeds for years.
  • Freezer: Freezing will save well-packaged seeds for a very long time. But, freezing is likely to rupture the seed cells. If you’re willing to lose some of the product, there’s no problem.

Commercial farming, harvesting, and distribution is likely to user freezer processes for quality’s sake. But, commercial freezing will also have been done with specialized equipment the average user won’t have access to.

  1. Oils and Concentrates: Concentrates appeal to the new cannabis demographic. They do not involve smoking and soothe a lot of the edges for those who have been flirting with cannabis use. On its own, they can be extremely THC potent, so using concentrates needs some coaching.
  • Gloves are required because concentrates are very sticky. You want to avoid transferring oils and germs from your hand to the concentrate which is probably being processed for medical administration.
  • Parchment paper is a cheap and easy surface for handling the sticky concentrates. And, when storing the concentrate, you want to set it in a parchment pocket to keep it from sticking to glass or another container surface.
  1. Edibles: Cannabis-infused edibles will retain their potency if you handle and store them well. They should be stored in cool, dark, and dry places.
  • Original Packaging: If the packaging is suitable, keeping it in a container with labeling will avoid confusion with other pantry items.
  • Perishability: Baked goods like infused brownies and breads should last as long as pastries would normally last. They should be used before “use by” date on packaging.
  • Oils and Tinctures: If frozen in ice cube trays with a touch of herbs, cannabis-infused oils will last a long time. Tinctures and butters, too, will last when frozen until needed.

Cannabis is a fragile herb. It breaks apart easily, and its quality sensitive to cold, light, heat, and humidity. If you are buying it for casual use, it’s convenient to maintain two stashes, one for daily use and one for use sometime down the road.

If you are growing or buying for medical use, you want the discipline of a medical practitioner to protect the quality of the product and organize its preparation and use.

Packaging and storing your cannabis carefully will protect your investment and enjoyment, and puts you in charge of quality control. is your comprehensive guide to recreational and medical marijuana dispensaries and strains where you could find nearby dispensaries with reviews and/or explore over 3,000 strains with photos, videos and reviews.”

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Why Does Some Cannabis Strains Lead to Paranoia While Others Don’t


The often outrageous and always outspoken Molly Ivins wrote, “Being slightly paranoid is like being slightly pregnant – it tends to get worse.” With less good humor, when Green Day meant something, they recorded Basket Case with lyrics:

Sometimes I give myself the creeps

Sometimes my mind plays tricks on me

It all keeps adding up

I think I’m cracking up

Am I just paranoid?

Am I just stoned?

Paranoia, however, is not a desirable state of mind or serious subject of humor. And, cannabis consumption can lead to paranoiac experiences.

Nature of paranoia

Paranoia is not a disease; it is a symptom of a mental disorder. The symptom takes the form of intense anxiety and fear of persecution – emphasis on intense.

Some people have such vivid delusions that the sufferers cannot differentiate between what is real and what they think is real. If only the thinking is impacted, the Delusional Disorder can be managed well enough not to affect daily life.

Paranoia is a delusional disorder with at risk behaviors. Mental Health America lists: “mistrust, hypervigilance, difficulty with forgiveness, defensive attitude in response to imagined criticism, preoccupation with hidden motives, fear of being deceived or taken advantage of, inability to relax, or are argumentative.”

Paranoid Personality Disorder makes victims difficult to get along with. Their excessive suspiciousness and hostility may be expressed in a guarded, secretive, or devious manner. Steve Bessert, Ph. D. says, “Although they may appear to be objective, rational, and unemotional, they more often display a labile range of affect, with hostile, stubborn, and sarcastic expressions predominating. Their combative and suspicious nature may elicit a hostile response in others, which then serves to confirm their original expectations.”

Obsessed with the idea that people don’t like them, they drive people to not like them.

Treatment of Paranoid Personality Disorder

Treatment usually combines prescription medication and cognitive behavioral therapy. In a slow process, victims are effectively re-programmed to build trust and relationships.

The problem with anti-anxiety and anti-depressants is that patients fear them and those who prescribe them. They just manifest the conspiracy underway. However, cases of severe agitation and psychotic behaviors may warrant short-term treatment with drugs like diazepam, thioridazine, and haloperidol when behavior is self-harming.

What is the role of cannabis?

For those who think of the mellow attached to cannabis consumption may be surprised at a connection with paranoia. But, there is evidence that some cannabis leads to incidents of paranoia.

The Guardian, for example, reports on studies that indicate “The belief that people are trying to cause you serious injury or harm is five times as common among cannabis users.”

You have to understand that this does not apply to all cannabis users, but the University of Oxfordreports of many users, “Paranoia is likely to occur when we are worried, think negatively about ourselves, and experience unsettling changes in our perceptions.”

Testing groups injected with THC against those treated with a placebo, the research concluded, “1 in 5 participants had an increase in paranoia directly attributable to the THC” even though the paranoia declined as the THC left the blood stream.

The cannabis experience, of course, enhanced sounds and colors, altered the sense of time, and affected short-term memory. Of more concern were psychological effects like anxiety, worry, and reduced mood and self-esteem.

Time reports on additional research at Canada’s University of Western Ontario, that concludes, “marijuana is actually enhancing a type of learning about fear, leading the brain to jump to conclusions about mild experiences involving particular places or things, and to perceive them as scarier and more strongly connected than they are.”

And, cannabis users have historically and repeatedly reported on experiencing paranoiac events when using the drug – especially those who have been chronic users since their pre-teen years.

What’s a user to do?

Moderation is best when smoking marijuana. To avoid or reduce the risk of paranoia, users must smoke less, avoid smoking on an empty stomach, and stop smoking while drinking.

But, since high THC content has been directly connected with the disorder, users should select strains with that in mind.

Avoid the following:

  • Sativa and Sativa-dominant hybrids with high THC and low CBD
  • Concentrates, wax, dabs, and BHO
  • Moldy buds, moist buds, non-cured buds

Choose among the following:

  • ACDC: This Cannatonic strain sees CBD at 20% dominating a 1% to 6% THC, so there is hardly any psychoactivity while it reduces anxiety, distress, and pain.
  • Blue Dream: Its deep minty smoke and taste is perfect for social occasions. It’s potent enough to knock you for a loopy creative process. It works on anxiety, stress, and depression, but it is strong enough to work your way into it.
  • Blueberry: 1% CBD counters the 16% THC in a blueberry/mango smoke. It produces full-body relaxation and a sleepy mind.
  • Grape Ape: Pure Indica, this very potent strain has a fruity aroma and promises pleasant out of body fun for meditation and sight and sound appreciation.
  • God’s Gift: It has a strong aroma like that of berries. Even though it should be extremely purple, it is actually covered by gleaming white crystals and is quite dense.

The smokers’ walkaway is to use cannabis in moderation: smoking, vaping, or eating. And, when you shop, you want to favor strains with low THC and high CBD.

Still, your best guide is your own experience. If you have been a regular user, you want to favor those strains that have given you the experience you want and expect. That same experience tells what you found fearful and threatening. That’s not experience you want to push. is your comprehensive guide to recreational and medical marijuana dispensaries and strains where you could find nearby dispensaries with reviews and/or explore over 3,000 strains with photos, videos and reviews.”

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Cannabis Strains to Treats PMS and PMDD


To the victims, PMDD is PMS on steroids. And, cannabis may be a practical and effective comfort.

To put it mildly, Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) is a severe mood disorder affecting almost 10% of women during their reproductive years.

On the other hand, at least 75% of menstruating women experience mild or aggravating symptoms preceding their periods. This Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS) is marked by bloating, breast tenderness, mood swings, and crying.

Both strike about seven to ten days before the onset of menses, but PMDD amps up the psychological, physical, and behavioral symptoms. Everything seems to happen in extremis: anxiety, depression, emotional sensitivity, feeling overwhelmed, irritability, and isolation. Aches, fatigue, headaches, and insomnia march the bloating and tender breasts.

For women who suffer from PMDD, it amounts to a monthly tsunami of discomfort.

What to do?


No one knows the causes of either condition although you can infer that, since they only affect menstruating women, that there is a connection with hormones.

Per the American Family Physician, treatments include lifestyle changes, nutritional supplements, and herbal remedies.

  • Lifestyle Changes include regular balanced meals (rich in carbohydrates but low in salt, fat, and caffeine), regular exercise, smoking cessation, alcohol restriction, and regular sleep.
  • Nutritional Supplements include vitamin-B6, vitamin-E, calcium carbonate, magnesium, and tryptophan.
  • Nonpharmacologic Treatments include stress management, anger management, support groups, therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and patient education.
  • Herbal Remedies mentioned are Evening Primrose Oil and Chaste Tree Berry.

Pharmacological solutions try to reduce symptoms and improve the quality of life with none of them proving inconclusive as a broad scale solution. Citalopram and Fluoxetine work for some world, but the interest lies in their function as SRRIs (serotonin reuptake receptor inhibitors).

SRRIs work in the nervous system. The nervous system carries messages. When the message reaches the end of a nerve, it releases molecules or neurotransmitters. The energy in these molecules spark the end of the next nerve to continue carrying the message.

Serotonin is one of those chemicals necessary to the communication between nerve endings. The first of the nerves described here must suck back the serotonin, or it will continue to antagonize that second nerve.

So, when there is a chemical imbalance, something needs to restore it. SRRIs do that by managing the flow of serotonin and its reuptake.

And, cannabis, too?


The mechanism of cannabis works similarly. The chemical compounds in cannabis release cannabinoid receptors to map over to the brain’s naturally generated endocannabinoids. That’s why cannabis products including marijuana are regularly used to relieve anxiety, depression, pain, and stress.

For many women, marijuana may be a smart alternative to prescription pain killers, anti-depressants, and sleep aids.

Consider the following strains for treating PMS and PMDD:

  1. Black Cherry Cheesecake: High in Indica, it relieves pain with a dessert taste. The relaxing bodily high may last up to three hours.
  2. Blue Dream: A Sativa-dominant hybrid for pain, Blue Dream has enough power to level mood swings. It balances full-body relaxation and a gentle cerebral lift.
  3. Chernobyl: Sativa dominant, Chernobyl packs a euphoric high and hours of total pain relief behind a lime sherbet aroma. Dreamy, lasting, cerebral effects improve mood and outlook.
  4. Dutch Treat: This hybrid calms hormonal mood swings while relieving pain and creating a calming cerebral high.
  5. Obama Kush: An Indica/Sativa hybrid, this strain effectively reduces physical pain and improves mood. Almost any Kush will do the trick.


  1. Purple Urkle: This Indica will knock you back and down for a good night’s sleep without cramps or pain.
  2. Querkle: This heavy Indica (80:20) lifts mood and spirit after a strong berry and rich grape aroma. Heavily euphoric and cerebral, this strain is meant for after dinner and into the evening.
  3. Space Dawg: The 19% THC tastes like citrus candy and kills any symptoms within minutes.
  4. Sweet Tooth: A balanced hybrid, Sweet Tooth smells of flowers and berries, but it provides a powerful uplift and euphoria. Users lose stress and headaches for hours.
  5. Wonder Woman: A Sativa/Indica 50:50, Wonder Woman has all the power to vanquish enemy symptoms and still let you go about your day’s activities.

Some caution here

 Marijuana smoking, vaping, and edibles have reliably relieved the symptoms related to PMS and PMDD. But, victims should not use without some cautions:

  • Women considering pregnancy must accept that the introduction of any foreign substance puts the woman and fetus at risk.
  • Victims are cautioned to avoid mixing cannabis intake with any prescription pharmaceutical. The prescribing doctors must know of any treatments including cannabis, nutritional supplements, and herbal remedies.
  • The severest cases of PMDD may require psychiatric and anti-depressants. Patients must not supplement their treatment plan without notice to the doctors.

So, you might reasonably conclude that pain and stress relieving cannabis products are perfectly suitable for PMS and mild cases of PMDD. For others, it can helpfully supplement routine care. And, in the most serious cases, it might be part on any treatment agenda with practitioners’ knowledge and approval. is your comprehensive guide to recreational and medical marijuana dispensaries and strains where you could find nearby dispensaries with reviews and/or explore over 3,000 strains with photos, videos and reviews.”

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Cannabis and Our Cognitive Abilities: Do People Preform Worse on Cannabis?


Cognition runs every human action. Cognition initiates processes like learning, memory, problem solving. Skills and abilities are the metrics used to read and assess cognition.

Dr. Pascale Michelon offers an example: “answering the telephone involves perception (hearing the ring tone), decision taking (answering or not), motor skill (lifting the receiver), language skills (talking and understanding language), social skills (interpreting tone of voice and interacting properly with another human being).”

Research locates cognition in the brain. It sends signals through a person’s neurological networks. The main cognitive functions are Perception, Attention, Memory, Motor Skills, Language, Visual and Spatial Processing, and Executive Functions.

Physical injury, emotional distress, hormonal imbalance, ageing, and medical conditions like Multiple Sclerosis and Alzheimer’s Disease, they all contribute to cerebral malfunctioning. And, a decline in cognitive skills is a symptom of that malfunctioning.

It raises the issue of cannabis use and your cognitive abilities; that is, do people perform worse on cannabis?

Cognitive abilities on cannabis


The research on the cannabis effect on cognitive abilities is mixed. For example, a 1986 study by J.B. Murray available at the U.S. National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health reports, “marijuana intoxication definitely hinders attention, long-term memory storage, and psychomotor skills involved in driving a car or flying a plane.”

Deep 2001 research by Carl L. Hart, Ph.D., and others of the New York State Psychiatric Institute and Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University concluded:

  • Subjective ratings and heart rate were significantly elevated after use of D9-THC.
  • Cognitive performance was minimally affected following acute marijuana smoking.
  • Participants required more time to complete cognitive tests following a high D9-THC concentration cigarette, but their test accuracy was unaffected.
  • Heavy, daily, marijuana smokers do not fulfill the DSM-IV criterion for marijuana intoxication.
  • Consistent slowing of cognitive performance may have significant behavioral effects under some circumstances requiring complex operations such as workplace tasks and the operation of machines and automobiles.

A 2004 research study by M.J. Lyons and others at Boston University and published in Psychological Medicine concluded, “Results of previous research examining long-term residual effects of marijuana use on cognition are conflicting. A major methodological limitation of prior studies is the inability to determine whether differences between users and non-users are due to differences in genetic vulnerability preceding drug use or due to the effects of the drug.”

So, where’s the surprise?

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) clarifies that any cannabis effects “vary with dose, route of administration, experience of user, vulnerability to psychoactive effects, and setting of use.”

According to the NHTSA, for most casual users, those reactions might include: “relaxation, euphoria, relaxed inhibitions, sense of well-being, disorientation, altered time and space perception, lack of concentration, impaired learning and memory, alterations in thought formation and expression, drowsiness, sedation, mood changes such as panic reactions and paranoia, and a more vivid sense of taste, sight, smell, and hearing.” Stronger doses and doses of certain cannabis strains increase the effects.

Of course, most people who use cannabis and its derivatives want some change in their perception. They seek the euphoria, happiness, stress relief, and relaxation. They are not upset by the altered states of color and sound perception, time and spatial relationships, and more. It is a pscyho-physical escape they want.

And, those who depend even heavily of medical marijuana have traded concerns for relief of their pain, stress, depression, spasms, and more.

Is performance worsened?

Cannabis does change performance. Whether cannabis users people perform “worse” may depend on the context.

Regular marijuana smokers, for example, acknowledge some loss of memory and learning. They will admit some loss of coordination and difficulty in processing time and space, color and sound, and focusing with clarity and attention.

Such concerns put people and their work at risk when performing focused tasks like machine work or vehicle operation. Working under the influence of cannabis and marijuana presents some of the same risks as working under the influence of alcohol.

On the other hand, mild doses of mild strains can enhance the ability to work because it relieves pain, stress, and depression. Some strains are known to improve clear thinking and creativity.

What to make of the performance perception?


Time reported on a 2011 study by Robert Tait at the Centre for Mental Health Research at Australian National University: “The adverse impacts of cannabis use on cognitive functions either appear to be related to pre-existing factors or are reversible in this community cohort even after potentially extended periods of use.”

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) repeats this: “Imaging studies of marijuana’s impact on brain structure in humans have shown conflicting results.” Studies indicate regular use from early adolescence alters brain development specific to capacity for memory, learning, and impulse control. But, it also references studies that find no structural differences in the brains of users and non-users.

The most logical lesson is that prolonged heavy use of some cannabis strains may damage cognitive abilities, not unlike the prolonged heavy use of any artificial stimulant. And, all this research ignores the beneficial and therapeutic effects of CBD.

People medicate with CBD in different ways because of its proven positive neuro-chemical mechanism. In his now famous 2013 statement on cannabis use, Dr. Sanjay Gupta pointed out, “I calculated about 6% of the current U.S. marijuana studies investigate the benefits of medical marijuana. The rest are designed to investigate harm. That imbalance paints a highly-distorted picture.” He puts it bluntly: while someone dies every 19 minutes from prescription drug overdose, there are no records of death from marijuana overdose.

Even the NIDA recognizes the beneficial effects of CBD use for epileptic seizures, cellular inflammation, and neuropathic pain. It acts as an anti-analgesic, anti-tumor, anti-anxiety, anti-psychotic, and an option for substance abuse disorders. It even counters the psychoactive effects of THC and alcohol with its neuroprotective elements.

Federal restrictions significantly limit the research necessary to explore the relationship between cannabis use and cognitive abilities. Anecdotal evidence, user experience, and established research indicate that short-term and light use of marijuana have little or no adverse effect. Admittedly, there may be an immediate impact on some cognitive skills which individual users should assess.

Heavy use of the most powerful high THC-content may lead to lasting negative effects over time as the heavy use of any powerful stimulant is likely to do. But, none of the history denies the positive and curative therapy in CBD use. High CBD and CBD-dominant cannabis is likely to improve the cognitive performance of its many users. is your comprehensive guide to recreational and medical marijuana dispensaries and strains where you could find nearby dispensaries with reviews and/or explore over 3,000 strains with photos, videos and reviews.”

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6 Benefits Organic Strains Hold Over Regular Cannabis


Good soil is basically nature’s garbage. Inorganic elements like silicates mix with organic materials and the nutrients therein.

Bugs, birds, varmints, and vermin, they all leave their waste to decompose and enrich their environment. Throw in some worms, nematodes, and bacteria, and you have a source of life for growing things like flowering greens.

Left to do its thing or nudged along with some management, soil can produce a viable and enviable crop of cannabis. But, since there are no FDA approval standards for “organic cannabis, you might consider the benefits organic strains hold over regular cannabis.

What makes weed organic?

The Organic Cannabis Association (OCA) offers members training and certification in the standards they advocate for cannabis growth and packaging. Their mission states, “we believe that the issue starts literally at the root … working hand in hand with growers to advance socially responsible and environmentally sound business and cultivation practices.”

The OCA wants to see the consumers informed on product origin, quality, and production. They hope to improve consumer information and to promote sustainable agriculture. At the same, time they see a marketing appeal to a new generation of cannabis users who find an appeal in things artisan, local, and organic.

There is a conservative school that renounces any farming requiring a rake. They would have “organic” applied only to growth that has never been fertilized, sprayed, or handled by anything but hands.

On the other hand, the expanding legalization of marijuana possession and sales will drive multiplication of large cannabis farms looking for the economies that come with prepared soils, artificial fertilizers, and chemical pesticides.

Somewhere in the middle lie the earnest providers who want to provide a quality and healthy product with the advantages of the most sensible practical farming methods, like using sterilized soils, enriched with organic nutrients, natural pesticides, and purified water.

6 reasons it’s worth the effort:

  1. Yield: Well done, there is no reason to expect a reduced yield from organic growing. There is a learning curve, but once you can optimize your growing conditions and methods, your yields might surprise you.

The clean soils, organic fertilizers, and nutritional nutrients have improved over time. You can easily find super-soils specifically right for cannabis growth, not unlike those soils naturally engineered for roses, violets, or orchids. With some experience, you may find such selective soils require nothing additional.

And, you can always develop your own soils through trial and error mixes of blood meal, bone meal, bird droppings, desiccated insects, and worm castings.

  1. Potency: You need to know your strains and their ancestry. Their potency depends partly on the soils used in their development. The more data you have on the strain, the more easily you can replicate its growing environment.


The potency of the cannabis produced reflects the richness and appropriateness of its nutrients. Natural nutrients include an alphabet of organic or natural chemical components. And, you want to create the right balance of boron, calcium, cobalt, copper, iron, magnesium, molybdenum, nickel, sulfur, zinc, and more.

The right mix for the right strain will increase potency compared to the cannabis grown with ordinary methods.

  1. Flavor: Healthy cannabis plants produce better aroma and flavor. Healthy organically-grown cannabis produces robust terpenes and terpenoids, the source of rich and intense flavors.

These growths provide the sweet, citrus, woodsy, or skunk aromas that enrich the smoking experience.

  1. Environmental Impact: With richer soils and cultivation, the plant base is microbe and compost rich in natural elements. This encourages and strengthens rooting, water retention, and disease resistance.

It also produces a healthy runoff, a brew of the best virtues of the soil, free of synthetic chemicals and pesticides. Moreover, growing marijuana outdoors reduces the electrical consumption in sustained artificial lighting. According to, it takes the equivalent of half of a ton of coal to produce eight ounces of cannabis bud raised indoors under artificial light.

  1. Toxicity: Used indoors or outdoors, pesticide and systemic treatments have been linked to bad health and allergies. And, they leach into the bio-sphere where they threaten the food chain based in natural soils.

For example, you can use ladybugs as a natural solution to aphids without leaving the toxic trail. By encouraging natural predators, you can avoid artificial and synthetic options. Even hydroponic solutions deserve scrutiny for artificial elements.

  1. Personal: Just as your home-grown tomato tastes better to you, you will enjoy the smoke resulting from your personal time and effort.

With some learning and some trial and error, you can raise your own potent and tasty weed. And, you can do it in the same garden or hothouse where you raise your organic tomatoes, onions, beans, and other herbs.

What it means to you

Organic marijuana generally offers no convenience. Until producers and farmers involved in seed to sales can certify their growing and processing behavior, customers have no assurance of quality and integrity in “organic” claims.

For those who find such claims important and even vital, the best option is to raise their own. So, it is worth reviewing the benefits organic strains hold over regular cannabis. It constitutes an effective means of self-regulation. is your comprehensive guide to recreational and medical marijuana dispensaries and strains where you could find nearby dispensaries with reviews and/or explore over 3,000 strains with photos, videos and reviews.”

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Pros and Cons of Having Romance When You Are High on Cannabis


He says; she says. Your sex live (or your perception of your sex life) may influence your decision to smoke weed at the same time you are trying to get something else on.

There are pros and cons of having sex when you are high on cannabis. And, those differences may mean different things to men and women.

Marijuana: sedative or stimulant?

Michael Castleman acknowledges the scarcity of quality research on the effects of marijuana on human sexuality in Psychology Today. He writes, “The sexual effects of every other mood-altering drug – alcohol, amphetamines, antidepressants, cocaine, narcotics – are well-documented, fairly consistent, and not particularly controversial.”

When you smoke marijuana, the THC moves quickly through the lungs to the bloodstream. It then hits the brain where it overexcites neuro-chemical receptors. That produces the “high.” It distorts color and sound, coordination and mood, and muscular control and psychoactive perception.

While “excitement” means an inebriating stimulation, it also manifests as a lasting and relaxing calm. For most users, that’s the idea. Smoking weed is a mind-altering escape. Those who consider these effects as negative have prohibited its use and effective research into its pros and cons.

She says.

Lauren Vinopal, writing for Fatherly, reported on a survey of 1,400 medical marijuana consumers in California. “They didn’t specifically ask subjects if they used weed for sex, but 14 percent reported using it to enhance their sex lives and 47 percent used it to improve their mood — presumably a turn-on for everyone involved. While more men are using weed than women (64 versus 36 percent), women beat out men when it came to using it for sex (8 versus 4 percent).”

This survey depended on unreliable self-disclosure, and the results do not deserve her claim that weed outdoes Viagra for women. It does, however, suggest that it, indeed, reduces users’ inhibitions. But, as with one or more cocktails, you can overdo it.

To the extent that the female sexual response is mostly psychological, as some scientists and many men believe, women might find the marijuana effect of some cannabis strains supportive and pleasantly relaxing. Those strains may also reduce the anxiety, stress, depression, and chronic pain that militate against enjoyable sexual behavior.

To the extent that the female sexual response is attributed to blood flow, as some physiologists believe, cannabis can increase the strength and duration of arousal and sexual response to stimulation. HelloMD reports a University of British Columbia study of the effects of application of cannabis topical lotions. When exposed to pornography, subjects treated with cannabis oil reported heightened sexual response.

One California vendor promotes a female personal lubricant to relieve vaginal dryness and arouse sensitive tissue. Women’s Health quotes Alyssa Dweck, M.D. and Ob-gyn, “the potential for relaxation from marijuana absorption through the vaginal mucosa makes sense.” One user admitted, “it wasn’t a miracle lube, and although it made her wetter and more relaxed than usual, she didn’t report any 15 minute orgasms.”

Women should worry about interactions with alcohol, birth control, and fertility treatments.


He says.

Weed relaxes the mood and social environment. It relieves smokers of tensions, fatigue, and distracting stresses. This made for a positive experience. Otherwise, it has some downsides for men.

Peak Testosterone claims, “marijuana is a one-way ticket to low testosterone, erectile dysfunction and fertility problems.”

Male Virility News claims, “Marijuana has been said to interfere with the production of testosterone and other hormones associated with reproduction, causing possible infertility among adult users and delayed sexual development among adolescents.

However, there is no evidence that marijuana lowers testosterone levels or that it impairs male reproductive functioning.”

Studies published since the 1980s have claimed marijuana use reduces testosterone. But, Andrew Smith points out in MDmag over 40 years of research hasn’t led to clarity on the issue. “Among animals, however, trials show conclusively that THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, lowers testosterone, throws testosterone and estrogen out of balance and creates a host of problems.”

Dr. Christopher Assandra at AskMen says, “Marijuana use has also been associated with orgasm-related problems (both premature ejaculation and inability to achieve orgasm). Likewise, a 2010 study published in the Journal European Urology found that marijuana may contribute to ED by inhibiting the nervous system response that causes an erection in the first place.”

And, Daily Mail (04 March 2017) reports a University of Aberdeen study on mice. “The team found that in mice, cannabis may actually boost the amount of testosterone produced as a result of brain signals, but it reduces the amount produced by the testes… a serious negative impact on testosterone production.”

Men should also worry about combining marijuana with alcohol and prescription medications including Viagra.

What men and women need to know!

It would appear from the limited research on either gender that marijuana has no significant effect on sexual interest or performance – when used in moderation.

Men and women enjoy fuller physical and psychological sex when robust and healthy. Anecdotal history claims that light use of cannabis will enhance sexual experience by reducing physical and psychological inhibitions.

Heavy use of marijuana over long periods of time and/or with other medications, stimulants, or sedatives will negatively affect sexual performance and fertility. Of course, real and lasting stoners really couldn’t care.

It also makes sense for sexual partners to choose cannabis strains that avoid agitation and paranoia or couch lock and paralysis. If you smoke to enhance and round-out an experience, it can be great. If you smoke to avoid responsibility or commitment, you may be looking for trouble. is your comprehensive guide to recreational and medical marijuana dispensaries and strains where you could find nearby dispensaries with reviews and/or explore over 3,000 strains with photos, videos and reviews.”

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The Role of Cannabis in a Natural Approach to Treating Muscle Spasms


An “insult to the brain” is the diagnosis reached by A.B. Ward (2008), the leading expert on spasticity. His full brand reads, “Director, North Staffordshire Rehabilitation Centre, University Hospital of North Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent.”

Ward considers spasticity a “physiological consequence of an insult to the brain or spinal cord, that can lead to life-threatening, disabling and costly consequences,” characterized by muscle hyper-activity that leaves victims with disruption in muscular-neurology.

This manifests as trembling, jerking, or stiffness. It follows Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, brain trauma, cardiac events, Cerebral Palsy, epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, spinal cord damage, and other disabling neurological conditions.

The muscle spasms can be mild and often managed with physical therapy and prescription medications. Left without treatment, spasms can lead to debilitating and disabling and life-changing problems.

The tightened muscles lead to muscle shortening that causes deformity. With contractions and over-loaded sensory points, the whole-body mechanics change. For example, contracted leg muscles can cause a limp or foot-drag which creates spinal discord. This loss of function encourages degenerative disc disease and pain. And, all of this contributes to poor body image and depression.

Treatments for Muscle Spasms

Consumer Reports says, “If those don’t help, a good next step is to try over-the-counter pain relievers, such as acetaminophen (Tylenol and generics), ibuprofen (Advil and generics), or naproxen (Aleve and generics). Adding a muscle relaxant to the mix has not been shown in studies to be any better at providing relief from this kind of pain than just taking one of the OTC pain relievers.”

But, Consumer Reports is addressing the muscle spasms associated with lower back, neck, and headaches. Without diminishing the pain of those conditions or the impact on the victims, you should think of “spasticity” as referring to a broader neuro-muscular physiology.

Flexeril and cyclobenzaprine are the most commonly used muscle relaxants, but lists over 20 options with side-effects and user reviews. And, most medical professionals are reluctant to prescribe relaxants as a long-term solution because of their sedating and possibly addictive effects.

Even when prescribed, they are recommended as part of a therapeutic regimen including physical therapy, diet, and life-style changes.

Alternative Treatments for Muscle Spasms


Chiropractic care, acupuncture, yoga, and tai chi are all recommended options. Naturalists recommend using Rosemary, KavaKava, and Wild Yam for their anti-inflammatory benefits.

Home remedies balance potassium and magnesium intake, promote adequate hydration, and apply heat and/or cold to affected areas. And, some patients use chamomile tea, cherry juice, or Vitamin-D supplements.

However, as a condition, spasticity requires consistent and monitored care. And, medical marijuana has helped patients with occasional problems from muscular spasm pain to those with chronic and debilitating problems.

How Medical Marijuana Treats Muscle Spasms

3 says, “Medical marijuana may help calm your spasms and let you move your arms and legs more freely,” and it quotes a patient who remarks how it takes the edge off his daily physical problems.

Marijuana is a powerful anti-inflammatory agent. The cannabinoids released by cannabis affect the endocannabinoid system that runs throughout the body’s tissues, nerves, and organs. They provoke a neuro-chemical balance where there was none.

That balance restores the neurological flow that carries messages to and from the brain. It can mask pain and calm contractions. So, while cannabis topicals might benefit the occasional leg or back spasm, where spasticity is a symptom of a disordered brain misfiring, it needs intake through edibles or smoking.


Cannabis has two key elements, THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (Cannabidiol). It’s the THC that produces the psychoactive high, and the CBD that produces the muscular and neurological sedation. So, medical marijuana patients seeking to reduce or relieve muscle spasms should opt for strains with a measurable CBD presence.

Best Strains for Treating Muscle Spasms


Alien Dawg  is a potent Sativa with a touch of diesel. There’s a rough heady rush followed by a fully productive head for the rest of the day.

Dragons Tooth is a Sativa (90%)/Indica (10%) hybrid that tastes of grapes, blueberry, and some diesel. It also comes as an edible mint.

Grapefruit Kush gives off a strong citrus scent with little flavor underneath. The moderate rush makes users Sativa sleepy with a temptation to stretch limbs and muscles. It makes it a favorite among regular users without a taste for adventure.

Green Haze X Thai is a Sativa high hybrid. Woody aroma and taste with potent mental and psychedelic punch. Users must anticipate the potency can lead to agitation, so it is not always the treatment of choice for spasticity.

KC-36 is a Indica-dominant hybrid (85:15). It offers a fast, powerful body high, happy and fully relaxed. It’s good for comfort and peace, enough to distract users from daily stress and pain.

Kali Mist is a Sativa-dominant hybrid with a sweet smell and taste. Users report a clear mind and floating cerebral high that lets you work throughout the day.

Lemon Skunk is Sativa-dominant, too. With a lemony taste under very skunky aroma. Reaction starts slow but leads to euphoric relaxation, enough to forget or set aside the pain.

Maui, the Hawaiian Punch, is Indica strong. Earthy, spicy, and full-bodied, Maui calms the brain and melts the body into a long-lasting effect. It’s recommended for evening or nighttime use because it puts you into a peaceful sleep.

Moby Dick is not for newbies. With a 20% THC, it will hit hard with a lasting psychoactive effect. The follow-through is fully relaxing without paralysis. Its Sativa rush comes through its vanilla and eucalyptus smoke.

White Diesel is a legendary Sativa with a sweet and skunky aroma and taste with a touch of the diesel. Highly potent, it brings on a very heady and relaxing buzz.

Medical Marijuana for Treating Muscle Spasms

Everyone experiences a muscle spasm from time to time. That occasional spasm might come from too much work or muscular strain. It might come from low potassium and/or magnesium.

For others, spasms are a constant reminder of some muscular-skeletal like degenerative disc or joint problems.

For many others, spasms are a debilitating companion to chronic brain dysfunction. Disorders like palsies need therapy and attention to relieve suffering and sustain some quality of life. An increasing number of such afflicted people find relief in medical marijuana.

As for the role of cannabis in a natural approach to treating muscle spasms, it is not offered as a cure. Still, for some it can reduce the pain, frequency, and intensity of spasms. And, for many of them, its main benefit lies in suppressing the sense and memory of pain. is your comprehensive guide to recreational and medical marijuana dispensaries and strains where you could find nearby dispensaries with reviews and/or explore over 3,000 strains with photos, videos and reviews.”

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