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Why Are Cannabis Terpenes a Big Deal?

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There are more than 700 documented cannabis strains, including hybrids.  And more cultivars are developed every year.  One of the best things for patients with a medical card can do, is research different strains.  Some strains can have terpene and minor cannabinoid content that may work better for medicinal use.  

We write about strains and provide reviews to help our patients.  We hope you find the information useful as you explore different types of medical marijuana to help you reach your wellness goals. 

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Strain Feature: All About Gorilla Glue #4 (GG4)

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The ‘king of the jungle’ remains one of the top-selling cannabis strains for medical use and is revered among cannabis connoisseurs. Gorilla Glue #4, also known as Original Glue, is a strain known for producing high-potency THC batches with a robust terpene profile. The Indica dominant strain is known for both its pain and stress-relieving qualities, as well as its ability to ease users into a relaxed night’s sleep. For some, it can even be energizing at certain doses. 

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7 New Strains of Medical Cannabis to Try 

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Have you ever walked into a dispensary and wondered why some strains of medical cannabis are more expensive than others? They are grown the same way, and essentially it is the same plant that provides the same psychoactive effects, right? Some people claim that they can’t tell the difference between cannabis strains, with the exception of smell or scent and flavor.  But other people seem to be sensitive to variations in content and the combination of THC with other cannabinoids, like cannabigerol, cannabidiol (CBD), and cannabinol (CBN).

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7 Strains That Can Have Psychedelic Effects

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But have you ever tried a strain of medical cannabis that was more cerebral than you hoped? A combination of high creativity, energy, and some pretty trippy visuals? It may surprise you to learn that there are some psychedelic strains in the cannabis family. On the other hand, some people enjoy the ‘head high’ and altered visuals that psychedelic weed provides. If you have been curious about hallucinogenic marijuana, this article is a great place to start.

Check it out >> https://docmj.com/7-cannabis-strains-that-can-have-psychedelic-effects/ 

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High Rolling? The Top Five Most Expensive Strains in the World

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While you are hunting for the best deals at your local dispensary, it’s hard not to wonder how “high” cannabis prices can go. Not just in the United States but worldwide. Paying $90 to $130 per ounce can feel uncomfortable, but when you consider the most expensive cannabis strains in the world, start at $800 per ounce. Your perspective may change.

Read more >>> https://docmj.com/high-rolling-the-top-five-most-expensive-strains-in-the-world/

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These Strains May Give Your Appetite a Boost

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While most of us complain about weight gain and try to figure out how to master weight loss to achieve a healthy body mass, some people have conditions that cause the opposite effect. Significant weight loss can be caused by many different health problems and trouble eating.

Anorexia nervosa is one condition that causes dangerous fluctuations in body weight. But there are many other reasons why a patient’s appetite can decrease, including cancer treatments, chronic liver or kidney disease, dementia, hepatitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and more.

If you feel you may have a clinical condition that is causing you to stop eating, medical cannabis may help with appetite stimulation. Certain strains of cannabis can contribute to a temporary appetite increase, which may help many patients cope with involuntary weight loss.

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Which Cannabis Strain Matches Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type?

 

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When you start using cannabis medicinally, it can take time to discover which strains and products work best for your wellness goals. For example, if you are a more introverted individual, using a strain that may stimulate chattiness is probably not the best fit for your needs.

 

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How-To Use a Wax Pen for Cannabis Concentrates

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Using a dab rig can feel complicated, and for patients with physical impairments, it may not be convenient or easy to use regularly. Now, there is another option for patients who use medical marijuana: concentrate pens. They are a faster and more accessible way to inhale the vapor.

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How Should I Store Marijuana, and Does It Expire?

 

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Whether you purchase a single gram of medical marijuana flower or a whole ounce, proper storage is important to preserve the longevity of your medicine. Proper storage of marijuana prevents unnecessary degradation of potency, aroma, and flavor.

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Can Any Doctor Prescribe Medical Marijuana? Understanding the Process and Requirements

 

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Navigating the process of obtaining medical marijuana can be complex. It’s essential to consult with a certified professional who can give you some guidance tailored to your health needs. You can make informed decisions about your treatment options by understanding these requirements.

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Got Cannabis Seeds? How to Use Them

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Check out these great ideas to help you use cannabis seeds to help boost your immune system and health. We will also answer the question that many people have: can you smoke weed seeds? 

 

Learn More > > > https://docmj.com/got-cannabis-seeds-how-to-use-them/

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High Rolling? The Top Five Most Expensive Strains in the World

 

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while you are hunting for the best deals at your local dispensary, it’s hard not to wonder how “high” cannabis prices can go. Not just in the cannabis market in the United States but worldwide. Paying $90 to $130 per ounce can feel uncomfortable, but when you consider the most expensive weed strains in the world, starting at $800 per ounce, your perspective may change.

We went looking for some of the best weed strains and the most expensive cannabis strains to learn which ones earned the “elite” status and why they cost so much. 

Learn More > > > https://docmj.com/high-rolling-the-top-five-most-expensive-strains-in-the-world/

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