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Cannabis Research (Health-Specific)

All of our Edible Cannabis research offered here stems directly from publicly available research studies sourced from Pubmed, NIH, Research Gate, Science Direct, Journal Of Medicine, Journal of Cannabis Research, NEJM, and many other authoritative resources.

What we give you here are strictly facts.  No opinions, no medical claims, no insinuations of medical claims, no medical advice, just facts with cited sources so everything can be verified.

A cartoon doctor holding a cannabis briefcase with the words 'endocannabinoid system' with a quote that says, 'everything in the human body is connected, and the ECS is the glue.' by Dr. Ethan Russo.

The Endocannabinoid System

Are you looking for a deeper understanding of your body? How about a ‘secret’ system that the majority of primary care physicians were never taught in medical school? If so, then it’s time to introduce you to your complex and amazing Endocannabinoid System (ECS)!

The ECS is responsible for modulating various biological processes in the body such as appetite, mood regulation, inflammation, pain sensation and more! Dr. Russo says, “Everything in the body is connected, and this system is the glue.”

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THC For Sleep

Getting enough sleep can sometimes feel like an unachievable goal. As a result, many individuals are turning to natural alternatives. One potential avenue being researched is the use of Cannabis and a specific compound, Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC); the most prevalent psychotropic compound in cannabis plants and highly noted for its tranquilizing, soothing, and sedative effects.

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THC For Stress

When it comes to finding ways to cope with stress, there are many options available. However, for individuals who are not interested in using pharmaceuticals that usually come with unwanted adverse effects, there might be an alternative option that’s gaining lots of attention; Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
THC is known for its psychotropic effects, but researchers have been looking into how it may offer benefits beyond its recreational applications. In this post we’ll explore what the most recent clinical research studies say about the use of THC products for managing stress.

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THC For Pain

For centuries, cannabis has been used to help manage pain. In recent years, the growing acceptance and legalization of cannabis have allowed for more research into the therapeutic potential of different cannabinoids, such as delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol (∆9-THC). Tons of data show how THC might be a potent analgesic (pain reliever) and how it might be an alternative to opioids. Let’s take a look at the studies, and we’ll let you decide whether THC might effectively manage pain.

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