Canna 101 Review
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1: Q: Do you have to get high to experience the benefits of cannabis?
2: Q: What is the endocannabinod system (ECS)?
3: Q: How does CBD “fix” so many health problems?
4: Q: What conditions do cannabis therapeutics help treat?
5: Q: Is it difficult to get pharmaceutical CBD?
6: Q: Why is CBD oil so popular?
7: Q: What's the legal difference between a hemp plant and a drug plant?
8: Q: What kind of plant is the best source of CBD and why?
9: Q: How does cannabis help treat pain? Inflammation?
10: Q: What are the three main types of cannabis products?
11: Q: Why might someone be experiencing negative effects with a THC-dominant cannabis product?
12 Q: How does CBD enhance the effects of THC?
13 Q: Why are whole-plant formulations more effective than single-molecule cannabinoids?
14: Q: What are the four main considerations when determining how you wish to consume a cannabis-derived product?
15: Q: What are the different methods of consuming cannabis-derived products?
16 Q: How long should a patient wait before re-dosing edibles and why?
17: Q: Why should sublingual spray users be wary of accidental ingestion?
18: Q: Why is inhalation a good method for treating acute problems?
19 Q: What are the main differences between smoking and vaping cannabis-derived products?
20: Q: What CBD-drug interactions should patients be aware of?
21: Q: Why should someone understand their sensitivity to THC before trying edibles?
22: Q: What are terpenes?
23: Q: How are transdermal patches similar to topicals? How are they different?
24: Q: What does “biphasic” mean?
25: Q: What are other considerations to be aware of when determining dosage?