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Agriculture of the Future? Using Fish to Grow Cannabis

AGRICULTURE OF THE FUTURE? USING FISH TO GROW MARIJUANA CARLIE BEBLIN AUGUST 4, 2020 CANNABIS NEWS FEATURED MARIJUANA NEWS SCIENCE

Article by Carlie Beblin, Cannabis Life Network Most Marijuana plants are grown in soil, but there is another way… Agriculture of the future is using nutrients from fish to grow Marijuana. How can a fish grow Marijuana? Well, it involves two components that share the same water. One is the fish, and the other being the plants, which are grown ...

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Could Cannabis Protect Your Liver From the Effects of Heavy Drinking?

NEWS Could cannabis protect your liver from the effects of heavy drinking? “We found that if people are using cannabis in the dependent manner, they actually are much more protected from alcoholic liver disease,” says Terence Bukong, the lead author of a new study By Sam Riches “We found that if people are using cannabis in the dependent manner, they actually are much more protected from alcoholic liver disease,” said Terence Bukong, the study's lead author. Getty Images

Article by Sam Riches, Growth Op Though cannabis and booze are not permitted to be sold together throughout most of Canada, a University of Quebec study suggests that weed consumption may provide a defence against alcohol-related disease, VICE reports. Researchers at the National Institute of Scientific Research at the University of Quebec found that, among heavy drinkers, cannabis consumption could potentially reduce ...

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Can You Use Cannabis to Calm Dementia?

Can you use cannabis to calm dementia? PAUL TAYLOR SPECIAL TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL Cannabis plants are photographed during the grand opening event for the CannTrust Niagara Greenhouse Facility in Fenwick, Ont., on June 26, 2018. The question: My father has dementia and we have been looking after him at home. The last thing we want to do is put him into a nursing home during the COVID-19 pandemic. But he is a challenge and is agitated at times. I’ve heard that cannabis has a calming effect on people with dementia. Is that worth trying?

Article by Paul Taylor, Globe and Mail The question: My father has dementia and we have been looking after him at home. The last thing we want to do is put him into a nursing home during the COVID-19 pandemic. But he is a challenge and is agitated at times. I’ve heard that cannabis has a calming effect on people with ...

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Vancouver-Based Study Finds Cannabis Ban be a “Reverse Gateway Drug”

NEWS Vancouver-based study finds that cannabis can be a “reverse gateway drug” All participants described their cannabis use as a form of mental health and substance use treatment, rather than recreational. By Sam Riches The study was conducted over two years, from 2017 to 2019, and focused on 56 “street-involved youth” in Vancouver, in addition to interviews with youth-focused care providers. / Photo: FRANCOIS NASCIMBENI/AFP/Getty Images

Article by Sam Riches, Growth Op A study published this week in PLOS One, a peer-reviewed scientific and medical journal, found that for some street youth in Vancouver, cannabis is a “reverse gateway drug.” The study was conducted over two years, from 2017 to 2019, and focused on 56 “street-involved youth” in Vancouver. Researchers also interviewed youth-focused care providers. The study ...

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Cannabis for Restless Leg Syndrome

Gary L. Wenk Ph.D. Your Brain on Food DOPAMINE Cannabis for Restless Leg Syndrome A potential way to control dopamine dysfunction.

Article by Gary L. Wenk Ph.D., Psychology Today No one fully understands how the myriad blend of chemicals in the cannabis plant acts within the brain. One way to advance our knowledge is to examine what happens when our brain’s endogenous cannabis neurotransmitter system dysfunctions.  One particular condition of interest is Restless Leg Syndrome. Restless Leg Syndrome generally worsens with age and often disrupts ...

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Space-Age Tech Will Take Farming to New Heights in Welland

NIAGARA REGION Space-age tech will take farming to new heights in Welland JS By Jordan SnobelenLocal Journalism Reporter, Niagara This Week

Article by Jordan Snobelen, Niagara This Week via Niagara Falls Review Intravision Group has shone a light on everything from cannabis to planet simulators, with operations as far afield as Kuwait, McMaster University, and the European Space Agency. Now, through Intravision Greens Niagara, its tech is taking veggies to new heights in Welland. Starting in Norway, Intravision made its progression ...

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7 At-Home Marijuana Cultivation Tips & Tricks

7 AT-HOME MARIJUANA CULTIVATION TIPS & TRICKS CARLIE BEBLIN JULY 22, 2020 EDUCATION FEATURED LIFESTYLE MARIJUANA NEWS TOP 7

Article by Carlie Beblin, Cannabis Life Network If you are new to marijuana cultivation, we would like to present you with these 7 at-home marijuana cultivation tips and tricks. The Cannabis Act permits adults in Canada to cultivate up to 4 cannabis plants (per household). Depending on the strain you choose, that means you can harvest anywhere from 600 – 750 grams per plant! ...

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Chronic Pain Patients are Increasingly Turning to Cannabis for Relief

LIFE Chronic pain patients are increasingly turning to cannabis for relief New research from Harvard Medical School found that cannabis consumption for almost 250,000 chronic pain patients more than doubled during the study window By Sam Riches Cannabis is increasingly becoming an option to treat chronic pain, new data suggests. Alberto Ortega/Getty Images

Article by Sam Riches, Growth Op Chronic pain affects one in five Americans and recent data compiled by Harvard Medical School suggests that more people are turning to cannabis for relief than ever before. “Though cannabis use was a taboo just a decade ago, increased widespread availability of medical and recreational cannabis coupled with social acceptability and its potential medicinal value has led to ...

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Clinical Trial Will Test the Science of Medical Cannabis

Clinical trial will test the science of medical cannabis Published 2 hours ago | By James Hale FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditEmail

Article by James Hale, Marijuana Business Daily It’s being called the first real-world study of medical cannabis, and researchers at Toronto’s University Health Network (UHN) predict that it will provide much-needed insight into the link between cannabis genetics and patient outcomes. Led by Dr. Hance Clarke, director of pain services at Toronto General Hospital, the Medical Cannabis Real-World Evidence (MC-RWE) ...

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Canadian Researchers to Develop First National Database on Effectiveness of Medical Cannabis

WellnessNewsMedicalLegalizationHealthCBD Canadian researchers to develop first national database on effectiveness of medical cannabis Author of the article:Angela Stelmakowich “Patients using medical cannabis can experience a variety of effects depending on the strain and that variability is not accepted in the pharmaceutical industry,” says Dr. Clarke. / PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES

Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Regina Leader-Post Canadian researchers are hoping to fill in the gaps regarding how effective medicinal marijuana is in treating adults with chronic pain, sleep, anxiety and depression issues as part of a new six-month study. There’s been plenty of anecdotal evidence on what cannabis can do, but the idea is to flesh out the details and develop what ...

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