Blog Post TitleWritten by John Smith on August 12, 2012
Treating Arthritis With CannabisLeafly
The CDC states from 2013–2015, an estimated 54.4 million US adults (22.7%) annually had ever been told by a doctor that they had some form of arthritis. By 2040, an estimated 78 million (26%) US adults aged 18 years or older are projected to have doctor-diagnosed arthritis.
That's a lot of soreness in twenty years! Not to mention those that may have arthritis, but didn't see the doctor! We hope to see smooth cannabis regulation nationwide in those twenty years, as the magical plant has a tendency to help with arthritis.
7 Facts Nobody Told You About Feminized Marijuana SeedsLeafly
It doesn't matter where you smoke your stash--whether it's on a lonely mountain ridge or at a party but have you ever wondered which marijuana plant gives that cannabinoid-rich buds you enjoy?
How Cannabis Causes 'Red Eye'Leafly
"I've got allergies," is a statement that only goes so far when it comes to red eyes! And though it may be valid most of the time, red eyes imply that perhaps you are high. Of course, eye drops can remedy the situation...most of the time.
The Effects of Getting High: 7 Factors of InteractionLeafly
Cannabis is a funny thing when an individual is looking for specific effects. With the way products are formulated nowadays it's easier than it was up until say the early 2000's. It also a conversation that happens a lot when we're explaining interaction and uses of certain strains or products on the phone with HERB members. Yes, we supply product photos, official lab results and anecdotal information for members to make an informed decision. But until they try it for themselves, they truly won't know how their anatomy may react. (It's usually therapeutic, beneficial or positive, and rarely negative...)