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Medical Marijuana tolerance

  • May 30, 2014

If you have found that your dose of medical marijuana is no longer having a strong effect on your symptoms then you may find yourself in a similar situation as those having to take more and more narcotics in order…

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The not so silver bullet

  • May 21, 2014

There is rarely a silver bullet for ailments and this is certainly the case for Medical Marijuana. If you're using medical marijuana to reduce nerve pain for example, you may need it every day. But, if you're working on insomnia,…

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Where do I get medical marijuana or a caregiver?

  • May 1, 2014

As a patient, I organically grow medicine, prepare gluten-free edibles, oils, tinctures, and have raw plant for juicing. Although there are websites that help people connect with care givers- google 'find a caregiver in MA'- it is still challenging to…

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Non psychoactive marijuana alternatives

  • April 16, 2014

Some patients want the medicinal benefits of cannabis without the psychoactive effects. This is challenging since almost all marijuana produced contains THC, the psychoactive molecule usually sought after in the plant. There are ways of reducing the psychoactive effect however…

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Intro to Medical Marijuana

  • April 4, 2014

Looking forward to my lecture coming up at 98 Main St. in Northampton, 3rd. floor above Breuger's bagels on April 7th. I will be covering the basics of legalization, the medical efficacy of Marijuana and what it does to your…

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Containment

  • December 16, 2013

Marijuana literally grows like a weed. If you pop a seed, give it the proper light, air quality, and nutrients, it will grow robustly up toward the sky. This is generally a good thing, but if you are trying to…

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Explanation of Ingestible Inconsistency in Medical Marijuana

  • December 5, 2013

A good article from pureanalytics.net Cannabis Ingestibles and Edibles- A Brief Overview of Patient Considerations Ingesting cannabis is the preferred method of medicating for many patients. This is for a variety of reasons. Long-lasting effects and a desire to avoid…

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