• Cannabis for Dogs

    The Scoop on Cannabis-based Treatments for Dogs People are increasingly using medical cannabis for many ailments, but it is safe and effective for dogs? Many research studies indicate cannabis is safe for humans, but how do cannabis products affect dogs? A lot pet owners use the cannabis extract CBD (cannabidiol) which does not have the components that cause the psychoactive high that THC does. While most veterinarians warn that the effects of THC are potentially lethal for canines, many veterinarians are recommending CBD for the same reasons humans use CBD, such as skin allergies, anxiety, and seizures. In general the pet care industry is a robust one in which American…

  • Ways to Consume Cannabis

    CBD can be taken in a variety of ways such as a spray in the mouth, a pill under the tongue, being swallowed, rubbed on as an oil, taken as a patch applied to the skin or inhaled using a vaporizer. Cannabis has been worked into all sorts of baked goods like cookies and brownies, included in gummy bears, infused into espresso beans and even combined with beer!

  • Indica or Sativa

    Indica and Sativa are the two main strains of cannabis. Sativa plants are recognizable by their thinner leaves. They have a longer flowering cycle and are very tall. They can grow up to 25 feet in height, though most plants remain under 12 feet. Indica plants have distinctly fat leaves. Their flowering cycles are shorter, as are their plants; these plants typically grow under 6 feet in height. Both Sativa and Indica plants manifest in the form of many strains, each with unique terpene and cannabinoid profiles. That means you can find a strain of either to help with a variety of benefits ranging from Alzheimer’s to insomnia to productivity.…