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How to Consume Cannabis Safely During the Coronavirus Pandemic


Toilet paper isn’t the only commodity disappearing from retail shelves nowadays. Along with the run on pasta, beans, and hand sanitizer, cannabis dispensaries are experiencing a big rush.

Customers with too much time on their hands and too much anxiety on their nerves, they are looking for comfort and escape. But there are risks in cannabis consumption during this coronavirus pandemic.

There is no time here for lengthy scientific study, but in a climate easily misled into consuming bleach for a cure, consumption cannot be left to common sense.

What does Coronavirus do?
Despite all the noise, scientists are not 100% sure how Coronavirus works. There has been little time to research the disease during its rapid spread.

COVID-19 was first reported in China in December 2019. That date gave this “pneumonia of undetermined etiology” the name COVID-19. Since then, it has been classified along with the SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV.

Whatever its cause, Coronavirus has hit the world so hard the response has been supportive and preventive with limited attention to the way it works.

It appears the infection produces a super immune reaction, a reaction to powerful and widespread that it also produces extensive damage too tissues. The infection triggers the production of some cells and inhibits the growth of others.

Consequently, it launches a super response as if the body were being attacked by autoimmune disorders, cardiovascular diseases, inflammation, infection, and some forms of cancer. While that may sound like a good thing, the attack also creates acute systemic inflammatory syndrome, fever, and multiple organ failure.

While most infected persons show mild symptoms and do recover, severe cases (5% of the infected) experience respiratory failure, septic shock, and/or multiple organ dysfunction or failure. One study of patients’ lungs published in the Journal of Thoracic Oncology found tumors, edema, and “important proteinaceous exudates as large protein globules… vascular congestion combined with inflammatory clusters of fibrinoid material and multinucleated giant cells and hyperplasia of pneumocytes.” To translate the researchers’ findings, you want to avoid this Coronavirus — in case you haven’t gotten the message so far!

Given the facts, how are you to smoke cannabis?
The best answer is, “DO NOT SMOKE OR VAPE!” There has not been time to study the correlation between smoking cannabis and the occurrence or severity of COVID-19. But a few problems should make the risk obvious.

A dry cough is one symptom of COVID-19, and a dry cough is a side-effect of smoking most cannabis strains. That cannabis cough could put off testing for the real thing.

Smoking anything — tobacco, cannabis, or whatever — is a process that involves the combustion of carbon. Despite the benefits you might find in inhaling smoke, it will bring foreign elements into the lungs. And, in the case, of cannabis smoking, it will pull that mixture of stuff deep into the lungs. Vaping presents on slightly less of a risk, but you really don’t want to do anything that irritates the lungs at this time.

This virus has “spikes” on it that attach to the lung linings. So, if the lung lining is irritated before or after the infection, it will exacerbate the infection results. Also, the value in the cannabis experience comes from the access the lungs have to the blood system. That thin layer of lining lets cannabis’ benefits flow through the brain, body, and endocannabinoid system. However, in the case of infection, it takes up room in the blood system better given to curative mechanisms.

Sharing use is positively bad. The number of infections and consequent deaths shows how contagious this experience is. You should not be using with others, and you should certainly not share joints, blunts, bongs, or any other apparatus.

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10 health benefits of Cannabis CBD
More focused research would help, but there is evidence of positive results in administration of CBD. Any treatment of these conditions needs the advice of qualified medical practitioners who should know all the medications the patient uses, including those that are CBD-based:

  1. Cancer: Tests have shown antitumor effects that reduce tumor size and/or hinder the spread. Researchers have proven results in treatment of cervical cancer cells, leukemia, colon cancer, and glioma cell cancer.

Combined with other therapies, cannabinoids improve care for patients’ breast and prostate cancer. And, CBD-derived products are used to reduce related inflammation, pain, anxiety, insomnia, appetite loss, and nausea.

  1. Neurodegenerative Diseases: CBD prevents the toxic effects of neurotransmitter glutamate and radical oxygen species (ROS) in the brain This reduces the death of brain cells associated with neurodegenerative disease. Its antioxidant qualities exceed those of vitamins C and E.

Exciting testing indicates that CBD protects brain cells from the beta-amyloid toxicity to which they have attributed Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. Because of their success, research continues with human subjects. And, the same mechanism may prove effective with ALS victims.

  1. Epilepsy: Spasticity is one symptom of epilepsy and similar neurological disorders. Because of its success in treating pediatric victims, an increasing number of states have approved its the treatment for children even where the state has not approved cannabis sales.

Even in children suffering from treatment-resistant therapies, 84% report a reduction in spasm frequency. These same patients reported improved mood, alertness, and sleep. And, after 90-days treatment with oil-based CBD, parents of 39% of the children reported a 50% reduction in seizures.

  1. Multiple Sclerosis: Sativex®, the pharmaceutical CBD pioneered in British labs, successfully relieves muscle tightness, sleep disturbances, incontinence, and sleeping difficulty among MS patients.

Mercifully, it also reduces the inflammation-associated pain of the long-suffering victims.

  1. Pain: CBD induces a soothing, relaxing, and often drowsy effect. And, it may a best alternative to opioids. It clearly decreases pain from chronic inflammatory conditions and neuropathic pain.

Alone or in combination with THC or other medications, it helps manage postoperative pain and that coming from MS, cancer, arthritis, neuropathy, and back issues.

  1. Mental Disorders: CBD has treated schizophrenia and psychosis. How it does that is not clear. A study published in Brazilian Journal of Medical Research reported, “open case reports of schizophrenic patients treated with CBD and a preliminary report of a controlled clinical trial comparing CBD with an atypical antipsychotic drug have confirmed that this cannabinoid can be a safe and well-tolerated alternative treatment for schizophrenia.”

And, a study reported in Translational Psychiatry concludes, “The results suggest that inhibition of anandamide deactivation may contribute to the antipsychotic effects of cannabidiol potentially representing a completely new mechanism in the treatment of schizophrenia.”

  1. Depression and Anxiety: These are clinically different diagnoses, but the cannabinoids in cannabis and marijuana can correct imbalances in the brain’s neurotransmitter system. The cannabinoids match the endocannabinoids to soothe the flow of electrical signals and to trigger the chemistry of dopamine and serotonin that influence mood.

Research find the results good for anxiety and panic attacks, obsessive compulsive disorder, and PTSD. And, the CBD will counter the panic wrought by heavy doses of THC.

  1. Inflammation: Swelling in nerves and muscles generates pain as the result of specific injury, infection, or chronic conditions. CBD has shown distinct and powerful anti-inflammatory qualities. Smoked as marijuana, consumed as edibles, or applied as topicals or transdermal patches, CBD relieved many inflammation-linked problems.

Rheumatoid arthritis, for example, is a crippling and disabling problem for many. CBD has tested well on animals in relieving joint pain and swelling as well as combating joint degeneration. In tests on human subjects, Sativex® showed significant reduction in intensity of pain on movement and increased the quality of sleep with no observed adverse special effects.

Inflammatory Bowel disease and Colitis both lead to abdominal pain, appetite loss, and chronic diarrhea. CBD and THC will relieve such symptoms, but the CBD targets digestion motility and the muscular linings of its system.

  1. Heart Problems: CBD causes dilations of the arteries. This protects against the threat of blocked blood vessels. And, testing with animals indicates success in correcting irregular heartbeats.

Dilating the arteries also lowers blood pressure under stress. The increased blood flow also appears to affect white blood cell production and function reducing the coagulation of platelets in animal tests.

  1. Tardive Dyskinesia: TD is the involuntary muscular movements, tics, and twitches often seen in the faces and tongues elderly. The neurological disorder responds positively to CBD. In testing on mice, it has reduced the enzymes associated with dyskinesia. It apparently works on CB1 receptors to reduce the inflammatory markers that trigger the movements.

Ironically, TD accompanies the use of prescribed medications like Haloperidol, Fluphenazine, Trifluoperazine, Cinnarizine, and more. It often becomes permanent after stopping the administration of such medications.

The future of medical marijuana
Lester Grinspoon, Professor Emeritus in Psychiatry at Harvard, writing for the prestigious Forschende Komplementarmed, said, “The medical value of marijuana is becoming increasingly clear, as it proves to be a remarkably versatile, safe, and inexpensive drug… cannabis has so many beneficial uses that the strictly medical ones should not be singled out for approval, and its medical potential cannot be fully realized as long as its use for any other purpose is prohibited. Therefore, cannabis should be made available under laws similar to those now applied to alcohol.” Not much more can be said better than this!

when browsing cannabis strains or purchasing cannabis at a dispensary, you may notice strains are commonly broken up into three distinct groups: indica, sativa, and hybrid. Most consumers have used two of these three cannabis types (indica and sativa) as a standard for predicting effects. Here’s what is generally accepted as true among cannabis consumers.

Indica strains are physically sedating, perfect for relaxing with a movie or as a nightcap before bed.
Sativa strains are energizing with uplifting cerebral effects that pair well with physical activity, social gatherings, and creative projects.
Hybrid strains are a balance of indica and sativa effects.
This belief that indicas, sativas, and hybrids deliver distinct effects is so deeply rooted in mainstream cannabis culture that budtenders typically begin their strain recommendations by asking you which of these three types you prefer.

But if you look at the chemical “ingredients” inside of indicas and sativas – that is, terpenes and cannabinoids (more on that below) – you’ll notice there aren’t clear patterns to explain why one type would be inherently sedating and the other uplifting. We know that indica and sativa cannabis strains can look differently, but this distinction is primarily only useful to cannabis growers.


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Cannabis use is on the rise in the United States. A 2018 study notes that, while cannabis use among teens has decreased, American adults are increasingly using cannabis on the daily.

According to Forbes, the global cannabis industry is estimated to be worth $7.7 billion. It’s projected to hit $31.4 billion by 2021.

The industry is booming in part because cannabis can be a versatile form of medication. A number of research studies have found that cannabis has the potential to help with a variety of medical conditions, including anxiety, chronic pain, and epilepsy.

But, as any recreational or medical marijuana user can tell you, not all cannabis is created equal. Different strains of cannabis produce different effects, and thus can be used for different reasons.

If marijuana is legal in your state and you’re looking to try it, but not sure which strains best suit your needs, we’ve got you covered. Check out our guide to marijuana strains below.

What is a marijuana strain?
If you’ve read a little about marijuana, or if you enter most dispensaries, you might see the words indica, sativa, and hybrid. Generally, most people divide marijuana into these three categories.

Indica, which originates from the Hindu Kush mountains of India, is believed to have a relaxing effect on the user. Sativa has a more energizing effect, while hybrid is a combination of the two.

Many industry experts, however, are reconsidering the indica, sativa and hybrid categories. According to Amos Elberg, head of data science at Confident Cannabis, these terms are more or less meaningless.

“We see samples of all cannabis products tested through our partner labs, and when we look at all the data, particularly of the chemical makeup of flower, we see no identifiable characteristics that are consistent with indica, sativa, or hybrid,” he explains.

“Essentially people are using these terms as catchalls for effect, but they’re not all consistent with those effects. Some indica makes some people wired, not couch-locked, for instance.”

In other words, people shouldn’t be alarmed if a reportedly energizing sativa strain has more of a mellowing effect, or if an indica strain makes them feel more bubbly and excitable.

Beyond indica, sativa, and hybrid, dispensaries might divide the types of cannabis they have into strains. Strains are essentially different breeds of cannabis, and they’re bred to have specific effects on the user.

But if the terms indica, sativa, and hybrid are essentially useless categorizations, are strain names also meaningless?

Not exactly, says Elberg.

“Not all seeds that are sold under the same name are genetically identical, or even necessarily related. Some producers may choose to create a strain name essentially as a branding exercise, or to identify their product with an existing name because they believe the product matches characteristics the market expects from product sold under that name,” Elberg explains.

There are, however, still consistencies among product sold under specific strain names, Elberg adds.

“In general, for the less common names, product sold by different vendors tends to be pretty consistent,” he notes. “For the most common strain names, however, a wider variety of different products are sold.”

If you purchase product from a quality source, the strains should be more or less consistent. Bear in mind, however, that every person reacts differently to cannabis.

How to choose a strain
The strain you choose depends on what effect you desire. As mentioned earlier, cannabis has a range of medical uses, but some strains are better for certain conditions than others.

It’s also worth researching the potential adverse effects of the strain. Many of the more common strains, which you can find below, list dry mouth, dry eyes, and dizziness as possible side effects. Marijuana also has the potential to interact with medications you might be taking. Do not operate machinery when using marijuana.

If you’re interested in trying cannabis, and you’re looking to help treat a medical condition or currently taking any medications, speak with your doctor first.
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Different types of strains
According to user reviews on Leafly, here’s what people might expect from a few of the most popular marijuana strains.

Acapulco Gold
Originating from Acapulco, Mexico, Acapulco Gold is a well-known and highly praised strain of cannabis. It’s noted for its euphoria-inducing, energizing effects. It’s said to reduce fatigue, stress, pain, and even nausea.

Blue Dream
Blue Dream is relaxing and soothing, but it isn’t a total sedative. This makes it perfect for easing pain, cramps, or inflammation for when you can’t afford to fall asleep. Plus, it’s said to lift your mood and give you a feeling of euphoria.

Purple Kush
Purple Kush is great for inducing a state of bliss so that you feel relaxed, happy, and sleepy. It’s often used for reducing pain and muscle spasms. Its sedating effects means it can be used to reduce insomnia.

Sour Diesel
A highly energizing, mood-lifting strain, Sour Diesel is great for giving you a burst of productive energy. It also has notable destressing and pain-relieving effects.

Bubba Kush
Bubba Kush is a relaxing, sleep-inducing strain. It’s perfect for helping you fight insomnia and get some shut-eye. It also offers pain-reducing, stress-relieving results.

Granddaddy Purple
Granddaddy Purple is another highly relaxing strain. It’s often praised for its insomnia-fighting and stress-reducing results. Users also note that it can make you feel euphoria and increase hunger, which is great if you’re experiencing a lack of appetite.

Afghan Kush
Originating from the Hindu Kush mountains near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, Afghan Kush is super relaxing and sleep-inducing. This, too, can help you feel hungry if you’re experiencing a lack of appetite, and can relieve pain.

LA Confidential
LA Confidential is another relaxing and sleep-inducing strain that is often used to soothe insomnia. It’s also said to have noticeable anti-inflammatory and pain-reducing effects, which makes it a favorite among people with chronic pain.

Maui Wowie
Maui Wowie can help you feel super relaxed, yet energetic and creative. It reduces fatigue, too, making it great for days when you need to be productive.

Golden Goat
Golden Goat is notable for making users feel euphoric and creative. It’s also great for reducing fatigue and stress while lifting your mood.

Northern Lights
Northern Lights is another relaxing, sleep-inducing strain. It’s also known for its mood-lifting effects, and it can be used to relieve insomnia, pain, stress, and depression.

White Widow
White Widow improves your mood, gives you energy, and relaxes you all at once. It’s said to help reduce pain and stress, as well as feelings of depression. If you’re feeling fatigued, White Widow might help you stay energized and alert.

Super Silver Haze
Another energizing strain, Super Silver Haze is said to produce feelings of euphoria, relieves pain and nausea, and lifts your mood. This makes it excellent for stress relief.

Pineapple Express
Made famous by the 2008 eponymous movie, Pineapple Express has a pineapple-like scent. It’s relaxing and mood lifting, but is also said to give you an energetic buzz. This is the sort of strain that could be great for productivity.

Fruity Pebbles
Fruity Pebbles OG, or FPOG, is associated with inducing euphoria and relaxation, which could make it great for stress relief. It often makes users feel giggly, helps reduce nausea, and increases appetite.

Useful products
If marijuana is legal in your state and you’re interested in trying — or even growing — different types of cannabis strains, there are a number of products that can make your life a little easier.

Legislation around growing marijuana differs from state to state. Before you decide to grow, make sure you’ve done your research.
Volcano Vaporizer
Some people might prefer inhaling cannabis over smoking it through a pipe, bong, or joint. This desktop vaporizer heats up cannabis and expels the vapor into a balloon. The person then inhales the air from the balloon.

The vaporizer can be used with dried herbs or liquid concentrates, and can be purchased here.

Magical Butter Kit
Cannabutter — or cannabis-infused butter — is the basis of many edibles. Unfortunately, making cannabutter can be a lengthy and labor-intensive process.

This butter kit, however, makes it easy to infuse herbs into butter. It has its own heating unit and thermostat, which ensures that the product and butter are at the ideal temperature throughout the process.

Check Dosage Checker
The tCheck Dosage Checker tests the strength of cannabis-infused liquids — like alcohol-based tinctures. It can also test cannabis-infused olive oil, ghee (clarified butter), and coconut butter, which will help you determine how strong your edibles are before you indulge.

Unfortunately, it only checks liquids, not dried herb.

Palm Mincer
Grinding up cannabis can be time-consuming, so the Palm Mincer can be quite useful. It fits perfectly into your palm, and it can be used to chop up cannabis quickly and efficiently. What’s more it’s dishwasher safe, so it’s easy to clean off the sticky cannabis resin. You can buy it I here.

Harvest Starter Kit
If you want to start growing your own cannabis, this convenient starter kit contains everything you need to harvest it.

The grow kit includes a trimming tray, a microscope for examining the buds to determine whether they’re ready for harvest, three types of pruning shears, a disinfecting spray for your tools, a drying rack, and gloves.

Note: Even if marijuana is legal in your state, it continues to be illegal under federal law.


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