Cannabichromene (CBC) is an abundant naturally-occurring phytocannabinoid, and is thought to be the second most abundant cannabinoid in cannabis. CBC has been shown to produce antinociceptive (painkilling) and anti-inflammatory effects in rodents, and interest is now growing in its potential to treat gastrointestinal and inflammatory disorders in humans.
For a number of years now, German cannabis patients have been allowed to purchase cannabis flowers from the Netherlands via German pharmacies using a special permit. From the end of August, they will also be able to buy four strains from Canada.
Rick Simpson was in Amsterdam this summer to speak at the 2016 edition of Cannabis Liberation Day. Sensi Seeds took the opportunity to have a one-on-one with the Canadian cannabis oil pioneer. Check out the full video of our Rick Simpson interview here!
On the 12th of June 2016 the annual Dutch Cannabis Liberation Day took place in Amsterdam. One of the main speakers during this event was cannabis oil pioneer Rick Simpson. Besides giving a lecture on stage, Simpson participated in a debate together with two local contemporaries in which they discussed their opinions on cannabis oil.
The human body benefits from its own network of cannabinoids, called the endocannabinoid system. Especially considering the insanely serious taboo around the cannabis plant and its consumption, the general topic of cannabinoids naturally produced by the human body has been delved into manifold.
The new Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) will be put into effect on the 24th of August 2016. This is an adjustment of the Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR) put in place in 2013.
Cannabis News Network is launching a new series: Canna History. The series is being made in cooperation with the Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum. Together they are going to present multiple historical, entertaining, and need to know facts about cannabis and hemp. Enjoy the first 5 videos here!
Sativex and Bedrocan are now available in many European countries, and several have infrastructure in place to supply patients with medicinal cannabis. So which countries are moving with the times, and which are dragging their heels? Where are medicinal and recreational users most (and least) free to utilize their drug of choice? Let’s take a look at the facts.
More and more countries and US states are legalising cannabis for medicinal use. Some countries and states have also legalised recreational use. But what exactly is the difference between medicinal and recreational cannabis? Read about it in this article.
The topic of cannabis and asthma is somewhat infamous among patients as well as within the medical community. Many patients are aware of how cannabis can positively impact their lives. Yet, there is also a general taboo around the subject, due to the effects of the plant and its methods of consumption, as opposed to the nature and symptoms of asthma.
Denmark is a small Scandinavian country that borders Germany and is linked to Sweden by the Øresund Bridge, connecting the cities of Copenhagen and Malmo. The Danish capital Copenhagen is home to a community known as Freetown Christiania, which is infamous for its cannabis trade.
Organ transplants save thousands of lives every day, but this process is far from simple. Our bodies' immune systems are programmed to protect us from any external attacks and can trigger a transplant rejection. However, a recent study shows that THC can prevent organ rejection in mice.
The Cannabis Revolution is a feature-length documentary exploring the medicinal use of cannabis, the patients involved & the campaign to change UK law.
One of the biggest myths around cannabis is that its consumption has a negative impact on intelligence, especially for teenagers. In January of 2016, the results of two studies with adolescents were published, which found that the consumption of cannabis is not a causal factor for a reduced IQ or worse performance in school.
A painful surprise diagnosis and a painless surprise solution have changed the way I eat, and what I know about hempseed. This personal column covers arthritis, drug goats, and why I #EatSeedEveryDay.
Finland is a country situated in the cold northern reaches of Europe, and as such, the types of cannabis that can grow there are severely limited. Despite this, Finland has a long history of hemp use, although the approach to illicit drugs remains regressive, and cannabis laws are relatively harsh by European standards.
In addition to THC, CBD is also discussed regularly in relation to the therapeutic benefit of cannabis. CBD doesn’t cause any cerebral effects. For many patients, it is therefore an excellent and even preferred treatment option for their symptoms. You can read here how CBD can be used in medicine.
In the previous parts of this series, James Burton shared his expertise on how to run a government-controlled grow facility, as he did in 2003. In this last part, Burton will share his knowledge on processing cannabis after it is harvested. This section also includes a scientifically tested method used to increase THC levels by as much as 15%.
Autism, a condition that was rarely heard of 20 years ago and which is now the fastest growing developmental disorder. It is estimated that 1% of the global population suffers from autistic disorders. That equates to an alarming 73.9 million people. Could cannabis be a treatment? More and more experience-based reports on the subject are being produced.