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Study: Eating Raw Cannabis Associated With Significant Improvements in Insomnia Patients

Consuming “raw, natural medical cannabis flower” is associated with “significant improvements” in insomnia patients, finds a new study published by the open access journal Medicines. For the study 409 people with a specified condition of insomnia completed 1056 medical cannabis administration sessions using the Releaf AppTM educational software during which they recorded real-time ratings of …

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Watermelon Marijuana Strain Overview

Watermelon is a heavy indica that’s the perfect treat to cap off the night. Watermelon is an indica-dominant marijuana strain (typically 80/20) that is known for having thick, dense nuggets, similar to Granddaddy Purple. The flavor is that of berries and grape, with a similar smell that lingers in the room well after a smoke …

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Marijuana Strains that are Best for Insomnia

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Marijuana is known to help with insomnia; but what are the best strains for treating the ailment? Most of us have been there from time to time – the tossing and turning, the staring at the ceiling, the listening to our spouse loudly snore and subsequently wondering how hard it would be to smother them …

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Study: Sleep-Disturbed Patients Find Relief from Cannabis Use

Sleep-disturbed patients find relief from consuming cannabis, according to a new study published in the journal Addictive Behaviours, and published online by the National Institute of Health. For the study, researchers at the University of California, the National Center for PTSD and John Hopkins University examined 163 adults who were recruited after purchasing medical cannabis …

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New Government Funded Study Finds THC Improves Sleep

A new study published by the American Journal of Addiction, and funded in part by the National Institute of Health has found that THC – one of the primary components of cannabis – is “significantly associated with shorter sleep latency”, as well as “less difficulty falling asleep”. For the study, “Thirteen male chronic daily cannabis …

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