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The Entourage Effect Part Three

This is part three of the “entourage effect” 3 part blog.  If you missed the first ones, go back and check them out! Last email we went over terpenes, in the final blog of our educational series we’ll look at flavonoids. Flavonoids What are flavonoids? Last week we learned that terpenes back link to terp […]

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The Entourage Effect Part Two

This is part two of the Entourage Effect 3 part blog.  If you missed the first one, go back and check it out! Last blog we went over cannabinoids. In this blog we’ll look at terpenes.     Terpenes are… “ ..a large and diverse class of organic compounds, produced by a variety of plants, […]

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The Entourage Effect Part One

“We have just scratched the surface and I greatly regret that I don’t have another lifetime to devote to this field (the study of cannabis).” – Dr. Raphael Machoulam In 1998 the term “entourage effect” was introduced by Shimon Ben-Shabat and Raphael Mechoulam. “The phrase {entourage effect} now commonly refers to the compounds present in […]

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CBD + Other Medications

Are there any known negative interactions between CBD and other medications? As with so many issues in the CBD industry, there is not enough research out there to give a specific answer. In addition, we ALWAYS ask that you consult a physician if you have concerns about supplementing with cannabidiol (CBD) especially when taking medications […]

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Gut Health

  In this blog, we’ll have a look at how what you put into the gut can interacts with your nervous system.  Let’s start by talking about cortisol, the stress hormone.  This hormone is released by the adrenal to help people deal with stress and regulate blood sugar levels.  However, too much cortisol has some […]

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The Endocannabinoid System

The endocannabinoids system is a giant neuroreceptor system found not only in humans but in animals, even fish, meaning this is a very old piece of biology.  In the early 90’s chemists in Israel studying cannabis (hence why canna is in all the technical biological terms) discovered the endocannabinoid system.   What exactly was discovered?  The […]

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