Endocannabinoid deficiency is a relatively new theory quickly developing within the cannabis and medical community. It’s possible an endocannabinoid deficiency might offer an explanation for why some people are just “better” after using cannabis. We break down what research has been conducted, and whether endocannabinoid deficiency is really a thing. Spoilers…it is!
If you like in a state like Missouri, which allows home cannabis cultivation, you may be able to grow own medical marijuana. Once you get your Missouri medical marijuana card and a home cultivation license, you can begin growing. But what methods of home cultivation currently exist? Green Health Docs breaks down a few popular growing methods.
You remember the old stoner cliche. The hippy with the shades, tie-dyed shirt, dreadlocks and doobie burning away on that rusty roach clip. But smoking cannabis is just one method of medicating with cannabis. However, in many cases, it’s neither the best method, nor legal (as in the case with Ohio). But what other types of administration methods exist? The Green Health Docs Advocacy Team explores the different ways patients can enjoy medicating with cannabis.