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September 03, 2013

Study: Cannabinoids Show Potential In Reducing Nausea
Study: THCV, CBDV May Reduce Nausea In Humans Although many of the benefits of cannabis go unreported, it has become a relatively common treatment for the experience of nausea. In fact, one of the most common conditions for which medical cannabis is prescribed is chemotherapy-induced nausea. This should come as no surprise; cannabis has been successful in treating a number of chemotherapy’s side effects, including heart failure. Despite the effect cannabis has on nausea, there is not much information available as to why. A recent study, published in the British Journal of …
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July 24, 2013

The Endocannabinoid System: Cannabis & Your Appetite
It is one of the most common and well-known side effects of consuming cannabis: a seemingly insatiable appetite. The phenomenon dubbed for decades as “the munchies” is one that has permeated throughout our culture so much that even people who have never experienced the process at least know of it. But what actually causes these hunger-inducing effects after a good toke? Before we can explain what makes you ready and able to run through a full package of Oreos in one sitting, there are a few fundamental things that are …