You’ve probably heard of the most common myth in cannabis culture, that dopamine is responsible for the “high” you experience. Many media reports over the past few decades explain that THC induces a “flood of dopamine” that causes the pleasurable “high” cherished by recreational cannabis consumers. So where did they get the idea from? For… Read More

There are more than 480 natural components found within the Cannabis sativa plant, of which 66 have been classified as “cannabinoids;” chemicals which are unique to the plant. The most well known and researched of these, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinl (Δ9-THC), is the substance primarily resposibile for the psychoactive effects of cannabis. Cannabinoids are also separated into subclasses.… Read More

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of at least 85 active cannabinoids identified in cannabis. As the name implies, it is a cannabis compound that has significant medical benefits without making someone feel “stoned” and it can actually counteract the pshychoactivity of THC. CBD-rich cannabis is non-psychoactive or less physoactive than THC-dominant strains, which makes it an… Read More


THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is the primary ingredient in marijuana that is responsible for the high it creates. Getting high is not all it’s good for but THC also has a wide range of medical benefits, and is commonly reported to relieve pain, nausea, and depression, among many other things. Scientific research on THC began decades… Read More

Some of us already know that using marijuana does have a few health benefits but there are loads of other benefits that are not widely known. This article will focus solely on the medical benefits of using marijuana, based on research and scientific evidence, 1. Marijuana slows and stops cancer cells from spreading. Found in… Read More