• Humulene, a sister to caryophyllene, also possesses anti-inflammatory qualities. This earthy, woody terpene also is used for its antibacterial properties and inhibition of cancer cell growth. Humulene is present in strains like Gorilla Glue and Sour Diesel and in household herbs, such as hops and clover. Follow the link to learn more at:





  • Caryophyllene, known as the “spice” terpene, is commonly sought after for its chronic pain-relieving qualities due to inflammation from most types of cancers. Caryophyllene is commonly found in strains like Blue Dream, Blue Cookies, Purple Cookies, and Zookies. Click this link to learn more:



  • Carene is a terpene that aids in relieving inflammation of joints and targeting bone disease because of its ability to draw out excess liquids. This property also lends itself to dry-mouth and red eyes, so have your water and drops handy! Trace amounts of Carene can be found in strains such as OG Kush and Jack Herer, as well as rosemary, pine trees, and cedar trees. Click this link to learn more:








  • A newly discovered cannabinoid, THCP (tetrahydrocannabiphorol), appears to be an even more potent cannabinoid than THC. According to recent findings, THCP molecules bind stronger to the CB1 receptors in our bodies than standard other THC molecules. More research is needed to learn the full potential of THCP, so check out the link in our bio.





  • As we enter Cold & Flu season, it’s important to take extra care of ourselves and to be mindful of how we medicate when we are sick. Edibles and tinctures are excellent medicating options for a healing body! To find out more, follow the link in our bio.




  • From a distance you’ll notice a white, velveteen texture frosting the tips of a budding cannabis plant. These are the trichomes,and according to the latest study at UBC, the frostier the appearance, the more potent the flower, confirming what we’ve suspected in the industry all along! (Take it from our own Wedding Pie strain, featured here!) Click the link in our bio to learn more.



  • A new way of classifying cannabis plants, due to the ever-changing cannabinoid and terpene profiles that occur, has been introduced in the form of a “chemovar.” Essentially, a chemovar classification focuses on the growing environment of a cannabis plant to achieve desired test results. Thus, different chemovar growing conditions will yield unique test results. Follow the link in our bio to learn more.



  • Still wondering if CBD can help with your pain? In a survey carried out earlier this year on CBD usage for arthritis pain, nearly 80% of the seniors surveyed have tried or are currently taking CBD, and 90% of all who have tried it reported effective pain relief! To learn more about the current shift in arthritis treatment, follow the link in our bio.






  • In the world of agriculture, a new method of removing toxins from soil with hemp plants has provided some farmers with an eco-friendly alternative in this process. By using fast-growing hemp as a “phytoremediator,” which is a plant source that filters the toxins out of the soil via the root system, farmers have discovered a more efficient and green way to purer soil. The resulting hemp plants can be used for industrial goods after they  have cleaned the soil. To learn more about using hemp for phytoremediation, click the link in our bio.



  • In the world of sports, cannabis usage has been gaining traction among athletes for its anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving qualities. Most athletes claim to have improved endurance when medicating with cannabis, and view it as a holistic performance enhancer in their training. To find out what the pros have to say about cannabis, follow our link in our bio!



  • The Secure And Fair Enforcement Banking Act of 2019, also known as the SAFE Act, passed in the US House of Representatives by a 321-103 house majority vote. If this bill is passed further along by the Senate and president, then it would allow for a much more convenient, efficient, and safe management of revenues across digital state lines, without the hassle of physical cash. Click the link in our bio to learn more about how this bill could make purchases and finance management better for everyone.




  • Cannabis has been known to be beneficial for immune-support, but does it end up boosting or suppressing your immune system? Recent discoveries suggest that cannabis can actually do both, and that in either case, is beneficial to treating different conditions depending on the dosage and the number of cannabinoid CB1 and CB2 receptors of the body. If you’d like to learn more on how the immune system reacts to cannabis, follow the link in our bio.



  • The “1-to-3 Act,” which would reclassify cannabis to a schedule III drug, was introduced to legislation last month. “By rescheduling [cannabis] from a schedule I controlled substance to a schedule III controlled substance, the opportunities for research and study are drastically expanded,” said  Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL), who introduced the new bill. The rescheduling may also assist cannabis businesses and organizations who are currently ineligible for federal tax deductions under current Internal Revenue codes. To learn more about the new bill proposal, follow our link in our bio.



  • When it comes to postnatal care, there aren’t a lot of gentle treatment options for newborns who suffered perinatal brain injury during birth. Cannabis therapy may be a viable option for reducing neuro-inflammation and swelling in newborns in order to help regulate their brain functions. Click the link in our bio to read more about treating perinatal brain injuries with cannabis.



  • Last week we shared information regarding Clinical Endocannabinoid Deficiency (CED) and how this condition may be strongly linked to disorders like Fibromyalgia. Those who have suffered from fibromyalgia pain in this particular study had a significant reduction in pain and an overall improvement in their symptoms when cannabis had been introduced as their method of treatment. To learn more about how cannabis improved pain signals in fibromyalgia patients, click our link in our bio.



  • Clinical Endocannabinoid Deficiency (CED) is a phenomenon where the body’s endocannabinoid system is not functioning properly due to receiving or producing insufficient amounts of cannabinoids to maintain the chemical balance needed to react with other systems of the body, at homeostasis. Cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant, including cannabidiol (CBD), are analogous to those that are naturally produced in the body as neuromodulatory lipids. Research tested by Dr. Ethan Russo suggests that these endocannabinoid insufficiencies are linked to disorders such as migraine, fibromyalgia, and irritable bowel syndrome. To learn more about CED, click our link.



  • When it comes to treating arthritis pain with cannabis, an overwhelming majority of patients have seen results without the negative side effects found with prescription meds. In fact, researchers reported that 93% of those who tried CBD found that it improved their arthritis immediately. Added benefits of these studies included relaxation, better sleep, improved mood, and inflammation relief. Unfortunately, for most of those living in dry states, those that enjoyed using cannabis have had to stop medicating due to its illegalization and lack of accessibility. But as pressure grows to legalize the cannabis industry on the federal level, natural arthritis relief is on the horizon for everyone. Click our link in our bio to learn how cannabis has changed the way arthritis is treated.


  • The buzz about treating chronic pain and sports-related injuries with cannabis has been  floating around the professional sports industry lately. Recent discussions about treating injuries with cannabis for current NFL players has been on the table, and may soon be gaining traction as pressure from retired players and public opinion pushes for its legalization and use. To learn more about the NFL’s stance on future cannabis use, click our link in our bio!


  • Studies have shown that in states where cannabis is legal, there has been a substantial decrease of opioid use and opioid-related deaths. In this regard, cannabis could very well be the gateway off of harsh prescription drugs. Follow our link in our bio to learn more about how medical cannabis can help those seeking relief from pharmaceutical side effects.


  • The Pechoti Method is a traditional method of absorbing topical oils through the belly button, where the Pechoti gland is located. This method, dating back to ancient India, is said to be effective because the gland is located near thousands of nerve endings in and around the stomach, which makes for an ideal area to apply treatment. Using this method with a cannabis tincture may be an option for those who have gastro-intestinal issues and don’t react well or can’t ingest cannabis edibles. Follow our link in our bio to learn more about this alternative method!


  • Did you know that cannabis has been proven to reduce the internal eye pressure that contributes to pain and degeneration of the optic nerve associated with Glaucoma? Due to its neuroprotective and antioxidant properties, more patients are turning to cannabis to supplement their eye health. Follow the link to learn more about these recent findings.


  • So what’s in your topical? From treating eczema, to providing anti skin-aging properties, studies have shown that cannabinoids can help relieve certain skin conditions. Find out more about the benefits of having cannabinoids present in your skin-care regimen by following the link in our bio.


  • Your chances of encountering an American who smokes cigarettes is just about as likely as crossing paths with one who partakes in cannabis. According to the latest Gallup Poll, 12% of adult Americans said they prefer cannabis to about 15% of those who prefer cigarettes, which has also been the lowest percentage of adult cigarette smokers since the 1950s when those figures were closer to 45%. To find out more about the changing tides, follow the link in our bio.









  • This map tells you the current status for cannabis in different countries around the globe! Currently the 5 countries where cannabis is recreationally and medically legal are the U.S., Canada, South Africa, Georgia and Uruguay. If you are planning on traveling outside of the country anytime soon or are just curious, click the link! 


  • It’s common knowledge that THC affects individuals differently, but did you know that it affects men and women differently? According to multiple new studies, estrogen’s interaction with THC causes everyone from female rats to female humans to be more sensitive than males to THC. As time goes on however, that same interaction of THC and estrogen allows females to build up a high tolerance faster than males. To read more about the relationship between estrogen and THC, follow the link!


  • Cannabis and coffee go together like peanut butter and jelly. The energetic boost of caffeine combined with the mellowing effect of the average strain are how many cannabis enthusiasts prefer to start their day. As complimentary as these two elements are, there is more to the relationship than meets the eye. According to a study by the Journal of Internal Medicine, regularly drinking coffee degrades the endocannabinoid system. Through cannabis consumption, phytocannabinoids are introduced into the system that re-stabilize the endocannabinoid system. To read the details of this science, follow the link!



  • 2019’s second “420 Bill” has been filed! Sen. Ron Wyden’s (D-OR) proposal, S.420 would be similar to the bill we posted about last month, H.R. 420, in that it calls for a federal regulation of cannabis like alcohol. In addition, Wyden filed S.421 and S.422, which include a number of changes such as exempting state-legal cannabis activity from the CSA, allowing banking access for cannabis companies, eliminating advertising prohibitions, expunging criminal records, shielding immigrants from deportation over cannabis and allowing Department of Veterans Affairs doctors to issue medical cannabis recommendations. To read more about this step towards the end of prohibition, follow the link!



  • Israel is widely viewed as the leading force in cannabis research. Today we are sharing their latest findings regarding its effects on autism in children. According to the recent study by Ben Gurion University and Soroka Medical Center in Beersheba, more than 80% of the parents reported significant or moderate improvement in their child! The majority of the cannabis medications applied were a 30:1 CBD to THC ratio. To read more, follow the link!


  • Between the tourism of Las Vegas and Reno, where are out-of-state visitors supposed to consume? As it stands now, cannabis is only allowed to be used in a private residence. In other states such as California, Oregon and Colorado, there are dab lounges and cannabis cafes, where patrons can socialize and smoke legally (like the one pictured above). To read the latest news on public consumption in Nevada, follow the link!



  • Next weekend is the Super Bowl! For many who will be watching, the best part is the commercials. Unfortunately for us cannabis enthusiasts, there won’t be any content related to the plant. The silver lining, however, is that the conversation is now happening! For now though, it’s another year of Budweiser and Doritos. To read about what could have been and CBS’s stance on medical marijuana advertisements, click on the link in our bio! #cannabisculture #superbowl #solisbetter 








  • When recreational cannabis was voted in, Nevadans were hopeful that the tax revenue would be put to good use. It’s been a year and a half since rec went live; and in that time roughly $200 million has gone to the state government. For this week’s #cannabisindustry insight, we are featuring a terrific article that explores where the money is going and what our elected officials have to say about it.
  • week we shared information regarding Clinical Endocannabinoid Deficiency (CED) and how this condition may be strongly linked to disorders like Fibromyalgia. Those who have suffered from fibromyalgia pain in this particular study had a significant reduction in pain and an overall improvement in their symptoms when cannabis had been introduced as their method of treatment. To learn more about how cannabis improved pain signals in fibromyalgia patients, click our link in our bio.