How to Make Cannabis Infused Cooking Oil (Canna Oil)

Cannabis-infused cooking oils, commonly referred to as canna oils, are popular among many medical marijuana patients. Marijuana-infused cooking oils are a must-have for most medical marijuana patients when it comes to cooking with cannabis at home. How to Make Cannabis-Infused Cooking Oil (Canna Oil) Ingredients 6 cups extra virgin olive...

Cooking with Cannabis – How to Decarboxylate Cannabis

Using cannabis as a medicine begins with understanding the basic science of decarboxylation, and why it is a crucial process in making edibles, tinctures and topical treatments. To get the full medicinal value out of your cannabis, it needs to be heated to a temperature that is just not possible...

List of 5 Best Cannabis Strains for Love Making

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  • February 13, 2020
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Now that Valentine's Day is knocking at the door, let's see how weed influences our bedroom experiences, let’s check out the top strains for love-making: 1. Skywalker Skywalker is an indica-dominant hybrid that has a perfect percentage of sativa genetics to keep you nice and relaxed, but at the same...

Indica or Sativa: Which One is Better for Depression

If you’re suffering from depression, cannabis could be an excellent natural treatment to ease or even eliminate your mental strain. Depression can be caused by an imbalance in brain chemistry, and studies have shown a lack of serotonin can be to blame. Cannabis – specifically the compound THC – can...

THC and CBD levels in Indica and Sativa

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  • February 6, 2020
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There is no such remarkable difference between Indica and Sativa in terms of CBD and THC levels. Once you start taking Cannabis products you will realize that cannabis can be cultivated to grow high CBD or high THC strains for both indica and sativa varieties. However, these two species often...

Difference Between Indica and Sativa for Love-Making

Cannabis indica and Cannabis sativa are subspecies of a plant that is called Cannabis sativa L. which belongs to the Cannabaceae plant family. Thanks to their cannabinoid and terpene profiles, these two species tend to produce different kinds of high: The high concentration of myrcene in Indica, is responsible for...