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CANNABIS CULTURE – In all the talk about cannabinoids – especially tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) – we often forget about all the other phytochemicals cannabis has. I’m speaking of course, about terpenes, the diverse little miracles we’ve just begun to understand. In the following article, we’ll give you a run down of how knowingRead More

CANNABIS CULTURE – There are lots of hard questions when it comes to medical marijuana. “What type, strain or product should I use?” “How should I take it?” “How much?” The only answer I can usually give for sure is, “I don’t know – just start off slow and try small amounts of everything, untilRead More
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CANNABIS CULTURE – Could medical marijuana be one of the answers in treating depression? Before we go into why and how, it is best to understand how depression arises and how it is treated at the moment. Another thing important to remember is that there are two main types of depression: unipolar and bipolar depression/disorder.

CANNABIS CULTURE – With a complicated plant, you get some really interesting side-benefits. Some of these might just well surprise you, and you may just well want to get yourself a medical marijuana card after reading about these.
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CANNABIS CULTURE – First of all, as I believe all cannabis use to be “medical” to some extent, it should definitely be the case that consumers should be getting the best product possible.

CANNABIS CULTURE – To put this as simply and succinctly as possible: doctors cannot prescribe cannabis; they can only recommend it. This is because cannabis is federally illegal, and any doctor caught prescribing it will have their license to practice ripped up and put in prison.

CANNABIS CULTURE  – About six years ago I decided to become what some might call a “medical marijuana doctor”.
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CANNABIS CULTURE – Cannabis Culture asked, “What are patients saying?”, and said they’ll keep testimonials anonymous. Well, we’ve gone one better, and will provide you with video testimonials from patients who readily and publicly admit to using cannabis for their health condition.
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