CANNABIS CULTURE- Meet Carrie and her daughter, Maddie. Maddie suffers from hydrocephalus, which is a buildup of fluid in the brain’s cavities (ventricles), ultimately causing an increase in the size of the ventricles and cranial pressure.
CANNABIS CULTURE- There’s all sorts of articles and journal entries out there looking at the benefits of cannabis for those who are already sick. But what about cannabis as a preventative medicine? Could it help you before you get sick? Here are 5 ways cannabis might help you keep illnesses and injuries at bay, without
CANNABIS CULTURE- Let’s get one thing out of the way: under no circumstances did medical schools in New York give any type of training on cannabis in the early-to-mid 80s (1982 to 1986, to be precise). Cannabis was never really mentioned or even bought up as an option or alternative to other pharmaceutical medications. Cannabis was
CANNABIS CULTURE- Whilst the jury is out on whether cannabis can cure cancer, there are a heck of a lot of people saying that using it helps at least. At the moment, cannabis is usually recommended for help in overcoming the side-effects of chemotherapy, rather than the cancer itself.
CANNABIS CULTURE- Cannabis doesn’t seem to work on the same area of the brain that codes for the sensation of pain like opiates and opioids do, but rather the part of the brain that regulates our emotions and how we react to pain.
CANNABIS CULTURE- You and many more people just like you may use cannabis as a sleep aid. It’s safe, natural (non-pharmaceutical) and best of all, it works…well as long as you know the strain you use works best for you.
CANNABIS CULTURE – From inner space to outer space, Cannabis Culture interviews High Road Design Studio‘s Megan Stone about the changing face of cannabis retail. (Interview edited for content and clarity)
CANNABIS CULTURE – Cannabis Day is moving to Thornton Park at Pacific Central Station in Vancouver this July 1, 2017.