Pomegranate extract

By | Nov 28, 2011

Punica Granatum The lovely and delicious pomegranate fruit reminds us of the lush gardens of Andalucia, Spain. The name comes from Pomme de Granada, “apple of Granada” it was thought to have originated there. Granada’s coat-of-arms still displays the picture of this exotic fruit. In ancient times, pomegranate fruit was regarded as a symbol of [...]

Cherimoya

By | Nov 27, 2011

Health benefits of cherimoya Very sweet and pleasant flavor annonas contain an impressive list of essential nutrients, vitamins, anti-oxidants and minerals. The fruit has calories equivalent to that of mangoes. 100 g of fresh fruit pulp provide about 75 calories. It is however, contain no saturated fats or cholesterol; but rich in dietary fiber (3 g [...]

Protected: Cannabis Oil Dosing Instructions

By | Nov 23, 2011

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Amsterdam Cannabis Cup Raided - First time in 24 years

By | Nov 23, 2011

When conservatives who seized power in the Netherlands this year closed coffeeshops in the southern part of the country to weed tourists, it seemed like an unfortunate bummer. This morning, however, police in Amsterdam are in the process of raiding the 24th annual High Times Cannabis Cup Expo. Possession of marijuana has been decriminalized in [...]

Vitamin D3 does even more than publicized - it enhances mental health

By | Nov 21, 2011

Most of us know that vitamin D3 helps prevent almost anything from flu to cancer by strengthening our immune systems. But little has been publicized about D3′s potential for preventing or getting out of depression. Recent studies link D3 deficiencies to depression. And there is some, who speculate how D3′s physiological protections directly affect moods. [...]

Cancer-specific Cytotoxicity of Cannabinoids

By | Nov 21, 2011

First let’s look at what keeps cancer cells alive, then we will come back and examine how the cannabinoids CBD (cannabidiol) and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) unravels cancer’s aliveness. In every cell there is a family of interconvertible sphingolipids that specifically manage the life and death of that cell. This profile of factors is called the “Sphingolipid [...]

U.S. Law Allows Testing of Chemicals and Biological Agents on “Civilian Population”

By | Nov 18, 2011

Quote: PUBLIC LAW 105—85—NOV. 18, 1997: USE OF HUMAN SUBJECTS FOR TESTING OF CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL AGENTS SEC. 1078. RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF HUMAN SUBJECTS FOR TESTING OF CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL AGENTS. (a) PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES.—The Secretary of Defense may not conduct (directly or by contract) (1) any test or experiment involving the use of [...]

15th Anniversary Of Medical Marijuana In The U.S.

By | Nov 7, 2011

November 5th, 2011, marked the fifteenth anniversary of California’s passage of Prop 215, The Compassionate Use Act. The Act passed with 55.58% of the vote and remains the greatest achievement in marijuana law reform in the “War on Drugs” era. The successes of Prop 215 are well documented.  Two years following its passage, the rest [...]

Science: Hyperactivity disorder

By | Nov 6, 2011

According to researchers from Italy and the United States the CB1 receptor is involved in ADHD (attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder). They used a mouse model of ADHD. They concluded that “therapeutic strategies aimed at interfering with the ECS [endocannabinoid system] might prove effective in this disorder.” (Source: Castelli M, et al. Eur J Neurosci 2011;34(9):1369-1377.)

Science: Pain

By | Nov 6, 2011

According to animal research at the University of Barcelona, Spain, the pain reducing effects of a synthetic CB2 receptor agonist (JWH- 015) administered to the painful site were reversed by an opioid receptor blocker. From their investigations the scientists concluded that “the peripheral antinociceptive effects of JWH-015 during chronic inflammatory pain are (…) mediated by [...]

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