In this blog post, we delve into Cannabis Use Disorder (CUD) and its impact on different demographic groups. Discover the biochemistry and pathology behind CUD, explore potential remedies and preventive measures, and learn about the role of CBD and low THC options in reducing the risk of developing CUD.
This blog post explores the essential guidelines for traveling with marijuana and CBD. Learn about the legal considerations, differences between marijuana and CBD, and best practices to avoid legal complications. Stay up-to-date and informed to ensure a hassle-free travel experience.
Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS) is a rare condition that causes recurrent episodes of nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain. It is thought to be caused by long-term use of cannabis. The symptoms of CHS typically come on gradually, and can be very severe. People with CHS may vomit up to 50 times a day, and may experience dehydration, weight loss, and electrolyte imbalance. They may also have a strong urge to take hot showers or baths, which can temporarily relieve their symptoms. There is no cure for CHS, but the symptoms can be relieved by stopping use of cannabis. In most cases, symptoms will resolve within a few days of stopping cannabis use. In some cases, people may need to be hospitalized to treat dehydration and electrolyte imbalance.
Annually, during August, a unique phenomenon happens. Lots of beautiful bouncing babies are brought into this world! With all the joy and excitement comes a lot of uncertainty and apprehension. Bringing a child into the world causes a seismic shift in a mother’s priorities as her choices significantly impact her and her child’s health and safety. As America’s cannabis industry grows, data reveals some interesting facts that women of childbearing age must consider.