Cannabis Science, Maine Medical Cannabis, medical marijuana

Safer Vaping – What you need to know…

With all the recent issues recently with vape cartridges from the illicit market, it is important to recognize the differences between fake/unsafe products and safe/quality products. Though there is no way to fully guarantee products (even regulated markets have recalls) this information will help you greatly reduce your risk: 1 - Don’t purchase products from… Continue reading Safer Vaping – What you need to know…

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Edibles vs Smoking – What’s the Difference?

“The shoe that fits one person pinches another; there is no recipe for living that suits all cases.” ~ Carl Jung Some people prefer smoking cannabis - others enjoy edibles. There is no right or wrong method - just personal preference and the experience each gives you.* Generally speaking, when smoking flower you will feel… Continue reading Edibles vs Smoking – What’s the Difference?

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Beetles and Beatles

Beetles and Beatles Growing Cannabis with Ladybugs Today is Sir Paul McCartney's 77th birthday. This got us thinking about the Beatles and more importantly for cannabis cultivation, Ladybug Beetles (also known as ladybird beetles). When growing cannabis, we'd like to go as organic as we can when solving any growing obstacles. Ladybugs are natural enemies… Continue reading Beetles and Beatles

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THC or CBD for Pets

THC or CBD for Pets Giving cats catnip is something most people wouldn’t think twice about (it’s sold in all pet stores and even the grocery store) giving their pet. However, when it comes to cannabis people often are wary. This isn’t necessarily wrong and we will let you know why. There are differing opinions… Continue reading THC or CBD for Pets

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The Entourage Effect and Whole Plant Medicine

We all know that Cannabis contains THC and/or CBD; however, there are hundreds of other cannabinoids which have been identified. Combining cannabis compounds creates a different physical or psychological impact than a single compound on its own. This is called the, "entourage effect." Using "whole plant medicine" benefits the user by the synergy of cannabinoids… Continue reading The Entourage Effect and Whole Plant Medicine