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Moonrocks: What Are They And How Do You Smoke Them?




If you are looking to elevate your high, it’s time you try moonrocks.

You have probably heard about them or been asked if you have ever smoked them. It is some sort of weed product. But it seems quite rare until you meet someone who has actually tried moonrocks. And it is actually quite easy to make your own, you don’t necessarily have to purchase them from a local dispensary. Some have called them the “caviar of cannabis” due to its delicacy quality. If you are like me – your first introduction to moonrocks was like smoking your first joint. Brand new, a little weird and you really don’t know what to do. But, we are here to help guide you.

What are Moonrocks?

Moonrocks are a cannabis product that is popular in the connoisseur world. For those who want to want that elevated experience moonrocks are bound to get you high.

The OG moon rock first hit the scene by the rapper Kurupt and Dr. Zodiak (Death Row Records). This product became trademarked but that doesn’t mean you can’t make your own. While Kurupt’s brand is well-known for quality, another moonrock could be the complete opposite.

The potency and quality of your moonrock will depend on the products used to make them. Making sure you buy your moon rocks from a reliable producer is important. Nobody wants low-grade weed for a moon rock. But if you have all the products at home, you should definitely try to make this yourself.

Moon Rocks are THC concentrate to the max. Essentially cannabis buds (historically Girl Scout Cookies) dipped in or sprayed with hash oil, then rolled in kief. Though the potency of each batch of Moon Rocks is different base on who makes it, it usually is claimed to be around 50% THC.

How to Smoke Moonrocks

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Glassware and pipes are the best way to smoke Moonrocks. via Leaf Science

Moon Rocks are honestly only recommended for advanced cannabis users. But, if you’re ready for this there are some tips we recommend.

Glassware: Use a bong, pipe or whatever glassware you like most. Moon Rocks are not like cannabis flower. It’s thick and oily and rips apart.

No Joints: This really won’t roll up well in a joint. And the likelihood of your blunt staying lit – is low!

Smoke with Flower: The greasy, thick texture of moon rocks can make them difficult to light. But if you throw some ground cannabis on top it will be like the Kindle to the fire!

Make Sure Your Calendar is Free: This isn’t something to smoke if you still have tasks to complete, or you want to hit the gym. So make a plan for it!

Stay Hydrated: You won’t want to move a single muscle once the rocks hit you. So have water ready for the pasties, for the coughing effects and your dry mouth.

Snacks: The same goes for the snacks. You will probably get the munchies once the high kicks in.  Have a pizza ready, or your favorite snacks!

Environment: Be in a comfortable and vibe-encouraging environment. Make sure your soul and spirit are in their happy place. Have the people are you who make you laugh and don’t forget your favorite pillow and blanket.

How to Make Moonrocks? Do you need Weed?

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“Moonrocks” start out with fine cannabis buds, they are then dipped in hash oil and sprinkled with kief. via HERB

Though Moon Rocks are commonly made with Girl Scout Cookies flower or concentrate – you can really make your own Moon Rocks with whatever strain you’d like. All you need is the following:

  • Your favorite strain/flower
  • Your favorite concentrate/hash oil
  • A big bowl of kief from the bottom of your grinder
  • Some tongs
  • A liquid dropper

Click here to see a step-by-step guide on how to make Moonrocks!

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The 13 Best Products for Natural Skin Care



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It’s not always about the cannabis plant and what we can do with it. However, it goes to show the power of one plant. But there are also other products that are key to natural skin care and beauty.

The best thing about living close to the earth is that you’ll start to feel more connected. Eating healthy, living healthy and acting healthy are all key. The cannabis plant has been known for its natural skin care benefits on top of getting your medication. The THC and CBD have shown powers over inflammation and pain on top of topically curing rashes, scars, and even acne. But the cannabis plant isn’t the only natural skin product that is beneficial for our us. And remember – everything connects. So if you feel like making any of these oil THC or CBD infused, it will only be more helpful to you.

13 Best Products for Natural Skin Care

Coconut Oil

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Research shows that the antimicrobial properties of extra virgin coconut oil can have a powerful effect against acne. via A Health Blog

Everyone loves coconut oil because it is super versatile and great for literally everything. Its benefits are never-ending from strengthening underlying epidermal tissue by removing dead skin cells and protecting us from sunburns. Coconut oil contains antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and antioxidant properties which help fight against chronic skin diseases and inflammation.

It can be used in your hair and skin to help cleanse, moisturize, remove makeup, heal wounds or scars quicker, and prevent razor burn. Coconut oil used internally is also beneficial for your looks. It’s healthy properties with help clear skin and helps with gut healing. Plus, it makes for a great natural lube option!

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree has been used for hundreds of years to fight breakouts, redness, and inflammation of the skin. Its uses include working as a natural anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antimicrobial and anti-fungal. Tea tree’s volatile essential oils come from approximately 230 different plant species and the primary active ingredients help reduce harmful bacteria. Many chemical compounds found within are capable of traveling through air, pores of the skin and mucous membranes to provide healing benefits. So if you are struggling with acne, this is a great option for healing.

Apple Cider Vinegar

An extremely versatile and inexpensive natural skin care product apple cider vinegar has a huge list of benefits. It aids in helping to kill pathogens (like bacteria), clearing skin problems caused by gut issues, cleansing the skin and helping to stop acne. In addition, apple cider vinegar has antifungal properties. It is not only beneficial to the skin but to your gut as well. It also contains highly beneficial acetic acid and certain vitamins like potassium and magnesium which helps for detoxifying the skin, boosting liver function and balance overall gut health.

Raw Honey

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Eating honey is beneficial for our health as it can boost energy, regulate blood sugar, beat insomnia, aid weight loss and improve digestion. via Top 10 Remedies

Raw honey is one of the best natural sources of nutrients, enzymes, vitamins and skin-boosting acids. Not only is is beneficial in reducing breakouts, providing moisture and wound healing but it helps to fight allergies and is antiseptic. It’s also been included in treatments used to heal bacterial infections, dandruff, diaper dermatitis, psoriasis and more. It is perfect for homemade natural skin care and great or full skin exfoliating.

Sea Salt

Sea salt comes loaded with tons of minerals and nutrients like magnesium, calcium, sodium, and potassium that it absorbs from the sea water where its produced. Many of these minerals are the same ones found in our skin cells and within our bodies. So, real sea salt can help balance, protect and restore the skin. The salt contains anti-inflammatory properties to soothe skin and calm breakouts, remove dead skin cells and irritation. In addition, it will help to balance oil production and help the skin retain moisture levels. Sea Salts are perfect for at home scrubs.

Avocado Oil 

An ultra moisturizing fatty oil what contains vitamins A, D and E. With this heavy fatty oil it helps to absorb into the skin. Avocado oil is beneficial for sunburns, boosting collagen and reducing inflammation of the skin. It can be used topically and used orally like all these natural options. Whip up some fresh avocado combined with essential oils, honey or a carrier oil to replenish hydration and leave skin feeling dewy.

Lemon Essential Oil

Great smelling and powerful – lemon essential oil is a strong antibacterial with many skin benefits. The lemon with help to diminish any ache breakouts caused by bacteria. It is also really beneficial in healing scars or age spots. So add drops in with any of these wax based oils. This super versatile oil can be used as a teeth whitener, laundry freshener, cellulite cream, face wash and household cleaner! And it is pet-friendly!

Argan Oil

Native to Morocco, argan oil is so healing because of its rich vitamin A and vitamin E content. Not to mention, its packed full of various antioxidants, omega-6 fatty acids, and linoleic acid. Argan is not only great for gently moisturizing skin, but it also boosts the shine and health of your hair. Applying a small amount daily with help with irritation, itchiness, eczema and even bug bites.

Aloe Vera

From burns to itches, to overall healing aloe vera has been popular for centuries. Most recognize it as a way to heal a bad sunburn but it also contains bacteria-fighting ingredients. This helps to fight inflammation, itchiness and combats fungal infections. Aloe vera plants produce two substances used for medicine: the gel found in the cells in the center of the leaf, and the latex that’s obtained from the cells just beneath the leaves’ skin. Both these substances aid in skin care and health.

Jojoba Oil

This oil is extremely popular for its moisturizing abilities. In addition,  it can help heal burns, sores, scars, dermatitis, acne psoriasis and wrinkles. It’s also been known to reduce balding and unclogging hair follicles. Jojoba oil is unique because it is a polyunsaturated wax. As a wax, jojoba oil is especially useful for protecting the skin, providing moisture control, and soothing the skin and hair.

Almond Oil

There are so many nutritional benefits of almonds. And if you don’t have a nut allergy then this is a great way to smell great, reduce inflammation and combat bacteria. It has shown beneficial for treating skin rashes, acne or dryness. It is a great base for creating your own homemade lotions with some essential oils for the smell.

Shea Butter

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The benefits of shea butter are enormous. This includes dry skin, blemishes, age spots, wrinkles, and skin conditions. via Healthy but Smart

It smells delicious, goes on smooth and is great for moisturizing dry skin. It has been around for hundreds of years within Africa and is still being used and cultivated for a natural option for skin products. Plus, it is inexpensive yet super effective at reducing flaking, redness or itchiness.

Castor Oil

While it can be a little messy and oily, Castor oil is great for cleaning your face, scaring or any sort of dryness. All you do is mix a little castor oil with another oil such as coconut and massage into your face. Lastly, rinse with warm water to carry away impurities.

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Hemp Seeds: The Benefits, The Evidence and CBD!



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The cannabis plant is extremely powerful. It creates both hemp and marijuana. And naturally, hemp provides added benefits to CBD absorption when used together.

We all want the best results from the supplements and vitamins we take. One of the most important factors come down to if we can properly absorb them. For example, you have probably heard doctors or your mom recommend taking your vitamin C with a glass of orange juice. Why? Because orange juice helps with absorption. So the same idea applies to CBD. Hemp seeds have an added bonus factor in helping this process.

How Does it Work?

CBD absorption is actually quite easy. CBD contain chemical properties too. So, it’s all just a little bit of science. CBD and other cannabinoids are fat soluble. Meaning it needs fatty acids with water or protein.

Hemp seeds have fatty acids, cholesterol and fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K). They are absorbed by dissolving into the membrane of the cells within the intestines. These then form into lipoproteins which contain water-soluble phosphate. Are you following still? These then travel through the lymphatic vessels before hitting the bloodstream.

Seems complicated… but guess what? Your body is doing it on its own. So you really don’t need to think about it like you do about tying your shoes or brushing your teeth.

Health Benefits of Hemp Seeds

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Hemp Seeds or Hemp Hearts are crunchy, nutty, and slightly sweet bites of power-packed nutrition. via Azure Standard

  1. Nutritious: Technically these seeds are a nut that contains high amounts of protein. Hemp seeds are also a great source of vitamin E and minerals such as phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, iron and zinc. Plus, they are exceptionally rich in two essential fatty acids: omega-6 and omega-3.
  2. Reduces Heart Disease: Contain high amounts of the amino acid arginine, which is used to produce nitric oxide in the body. This aids in lowering blood pressure and reducing heart disease. The gamma-linolenic acid helps to decrease the inflammation within the body.
  3. Benefits Skin Disorders: A good source of polyunsaturated and essential fatty acids. Studies have shown this to benefit skin conditions along with the gamma-linolenic acid. Hemp oil can be used to relieve irritation and itch.
  4. Plant Based Protein: By weight, hemp seeds provide protein percentages similar to beef and lamb. In addition, they are a complete protein source, which means that they provide all the essential amino acids. Plus, hemp protein is easy to digest!
  5. Easing Menopause and Menstrual Pain: Gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), found in hemp seeds, produces prostaglandin E1, which reduces the effects of prolactin (milk production). Furthermore, the GLA in hemp seeds may help to regulate hormone imbalances in menstrual pain and inflammation with menopause.
  6. Aids in Digestion: Hemp seeds contain both soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber is a valuable source of nutrients for the beneficial digestive bacteria while insoluble fiber adds bulk to your gut and may help food and waste pass through the gut easier.

Higher Hempality

While some terpenoids that belong to CBD such as myrcene may end up in your hemp seed oil it just had beneficial effects. The power of the hemp seeds anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties show its benefit for you and your body.

Overall, looking at the properties of CBD and then the properties of hemp seeds and hemp seed oil it seems its just beneficial to use all cannabinoid-rich extracts. Little THC, little CBD, little hemp. Hemp seeds are easy to purchase at any store (might be in the organic section). You can add them to just about any recipe or just on top of some yogurt. This cannabinoid-rich product shows many added benefits to your CBD use. So why not try some hemp seeds today!

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Benefits of Marijuana




What are the benefits of marijuana? Despite the fact that this topic is considered controversial. Yet the need to educate ourselves about the health benefits of this herb is paramount.


Nature has a prominent feature that is providing balance to the functionalities of the earth. Man, while trying to alter the course of nature’s works often leads to chaos. One of nature’s wonders is the defence mechanisms plants and organisms exhibit to protect themselves against predators. It might interest you to know that some of these plants’ defence mechanisms can be lethal as well as beneficial to humans, depending on its usage.

One of such plants is the Cannabis sativa popularly known as “Marijuana” or “weed” among other names, and it also has two other variants namely “Cannabis sativa forma indica” and “Cannabis ruderalis”. The cannabis plant has the tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) as its defence mechanism because the effects of the THC on animals include intoxication, sickness, mental alteration, etc., and as such, animals avoid the plant. On the contrary, humans do not.

Brief History of Marijuana

Marijuana is a psychoactive substance gotten from cannabis plant and has medicinal benefits, but it is mostly used socially for recreational purposes. Marijuana is made up of 483 compounds.

However, the most psychoactive part of the plant is known as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), and it also contains 65 types of cannabinoids.

Marijuana is native to both the Central and South Asian parts of the Asian continents and had more uses than just a psychoactive substance because it was discovered that in the Neolithic era, Marijuana was used to make ropes and fabrics. There is no clear indication as to when the plant was first used with regards to its psychoactive properties.

Ancient Assyrians with the help of the Aryans discovered the psychoactive characteristic of Marijuana when they used it in religious ceremonies; it was referred to as “Qunubu” which means “way to produce smoke”. The Assyrians were not the only ones who got introduced to the psychoactive substance by the Aryans, the Dacians, Scythian, and Thracians also got to know about Marijuana, when marijuana flowers were burnt to induce trance.

Consumption and Perceived Notions of Marijuana

Apart from using it for medical and recreational purposes, it is also used for spiritual purposes. In times past, Marijuana was revered and treated as a sacred item in different religions.

There have been several references in historical manuscripts, especially in Greek mythology to Marijuana, and how it killed sorrow and anguish. Herodotus had things to write about Scythian practices, including how they used Marijuana for various rites, cleansing, and passage.

In the modern world, the religious use of Marijuana is prominent among members of the Rastafari movement who are spiritually dependent on the Marijuana, as it aids meditation, thus, has become a sacramental aspect of the religion.


Smoking pipes used by the Qalandars and found in Ethiopia were used for smoking Marijuana as far back as AD 1320. Between 1836 and 1840, while Jacques-Joseph Moreau was travelling in the Middle East and North Africa, he wrote about the effects Marijuana use had on human psychology.

Marijuana was introduced to Britain in 1842 when a physician named William Brooke O’Shaughnessy brought some Cannabis with him from Bengal where he worked as a medical officer.

Eventual Abuse and Ostracization of Marijuana

Soon, people began to abuse Marijuana, and this resulted in it getting banned in different places including the United States, Singapore, Mauritius, South Africa, Jamaica, New Zealand, and Canada, between 1840 and 1923.

However, some states in the US made it only legal to be used exclusively for scientific and medical purposes, and other countries began to follow suit, for example, the Dutch government in 1972 categorised drugs into two: Less dangerous category and More perilous category, hence they classified Marijuana as a less dangerous drug.

In December 2013, the president of Uruguay, Jose Mujica signed into law, the legalisation of recreational cannabis, and this put Uruguay at the number one spot as the first country in the modern age to legalise the use of Marijuana. And in 2014, Uruguay also made it legal for people to grow up to 6 cannabis plants in their homes.

According to the United Nations’ (UN) “World Drug Report”, they were of the opinion that in 2010, Marijuana had become the world’s most consumed, trafficked, and produced drug in the world. There was also a forecast that by 2015, the number of Marijuana users on the global scale would increase from 128 to about 238 million people. Apparently, many countries are now producing Marijuana, including Canada, Afghanistan, Colombia, China, India, Mexico, Lebanon, Jamaica, Netherlands, Morocco, Paraguay, Spain, Pakistan, United States, Turkey, Thailand, among others.

Does Marijuana Affect the Brain?

When staunch parents try to dissuade their children from the use of marijuana, they point fingers at mentally unstable people who roam the streets and claim that the cause of their illness is due to the excessive use (abuse) of drugs. Which brings us to this question: Is there a correlation between smoking marijuana and mental illness? Or is it a mere rumour? If there’s a direct correlation, how can it be managed?


Scientists have initiated various research on animals, and the results are becoming increasingly convincing that exposure to THC before birth, soon after birth, and sometimes, during adolescence, causes long-term changes in the brain. This is seen in problems experienced during learning and some other tasks given to the correspondents.

The research began with rats at first with the results showing that when an adolescent rat is exposed to THC, there’s a high probability of dependence, and has a biphasic effect on locomotor activity. However,  a more careful study of the human brain structure has revealed varying results.


One study shows that there is a change in connectivity and a significant reduction in the capability of the brain. For example, the memory, control of impulsive actions, and learning a new activity, in comparison with those who do not consume marijuana, shows reduced functionality.

Another study, on the other hand, has revealed that there’s no significant structural difference between the structure of those who consume and those who do not. A study of about 4000 young adults- following them closely for about 25 years till they attained adulthood, showed that over time, exposure to marijuana did not affect their cognitive ability.

To ensure there was an accurate and objective study, the effect accounted for demographic factors, psychiatric states, etc. Although, lower performance on verbal tests was recorded.

Scientists and medical experts have initiated similar studies on this subject, and the result does not support a causal relationship between the use of marijuana and reduction in Intelligence Quotient (IQ). At worst, the only significant decline noticed is in the ability to take oral tests. These studies are inconclusive as they did not correctly account for genetics, family, environmental factors, etc.

Benefits of Marijuana to Humans

Marijuana has many use cases, and many times, some of its medical benefits get exaggerated by supporters of Marijuana legalisation. However, there have been medical findings carried out that showed that there are indeed legitimate uses of Marijuana in the pharmaceutical sector, as the plant contains medicinal compounds that are beneficial to the human health. There are two primary chemical compounds of Marijuana that are thought by researchers to have medical applications to humans, and the two chemical compounds are:

Cannabidiol (CBD)

This chemical compound is the part of Marijuana that is responsible for having effects on the brain without causing any form of intoxication.

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)

THC can relieve pains, while also being primarily responsible for intoxication.

While Marijuana has medical values, it does not rule out the fact that it is harmful, as an abuse of Marijuana can be detrimental to human health. According to various findings, it has been discovered that a chronic addiction to Marijuana can cause multiple impairments of human abilities including memory loss, impaired learning, reduced processing speed, etc. To this end, more studies are still being carried out. However, here are some medical benefits of using Marijuana:

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Muscle Spasms

An international medical association that conducts academics, Sciences, Engineering and Medicine researches are of the opinion that Marijuana can help muscle spasms as a result of multiple sclerosis, and other forms of muscle spasms.

In some cases, Marijuana was used to treat cases of diaphragm spasms which could not be handled by different types of prescription drugs and medications.

Chronic Pain

Further researches by the same international medical association, also proved that Marijuana has essential chemical compounds that are effective in the treatment of chronic pain.

Lung Improvement

There is a common misconception that Marijuana smoke inhalation is dangerous for the lungs; this is entirely not true unless of course, you are also a tobacco smoker. According to a publication by a medical association in the US, after much research, it was noted that contrary to public opinion Marijuana had no adverse effect on the lung function, but rather increased the capacity of the lung. In their bid to look for the risk involved in smoking Marijuana as regards the lung, some young adults were tested with tobacco and marijuana, and in no time the tobacco smokers’ lung health began to deteriorate, while the Marijuana smokers’ lungs showed signs of improved lung capacity. Nevertheless, if you smoke marijuana often, you should detox from time to time.

Control Epileptic Seizures

Medical research has shown that the cannabidiol content of Marijuana can be used to treat epileptic people; however, more study is still being carried out to make this more useful.

Treatment of Glaucoma

Glaucoma is an eye disease that is responsible for an increase in the pressure of the eyeball, which can damage the optic nerve, thereby resulting in loss of vision. A study carried out by the National Eye Institute indicates that smoking Marijuana could lower intraocular pressure (IOP). However, it is said that the drop in intraocular pressure only lasts a few hours. Researchers are working to create compounds that are Marijuana-based to lengthen the effects on intraocular pressure.

The decrease of the Symptoms of Dravet’s Syndrome

While some agencies and medical institutions do not approve the use of Marijuana for the treatment of Dravet’s syndrome, there have been tests carried out using a Marijuana strain that had a high concentration of cannabidiol, and a low percentage of tetrahydrocannabinol. In one of the tests, a child who used to have about 300 seizures in a week had one seizure every seven days after using the Marijuana strain. The same analysis was carried out on forty other children and got the same results.

Decrease Anxiety

Anxiety is a medical condition which if not treated, can lead to a deterioration of mental health, and physical health in the long run. Researchers have discovered that low doses of the tetrahydrocannabinol chemical compound found in Marijuana are capable of reducing anxiety, by helping people with anxiety relax.

However, it is essential to know where the balance is, as a high dose of tetrahydrocannabinol can heighten anxiety.

Ease the Pains of Multiple Sclerosis

A study was carried out by Jody Corey-Bloom, on a significant number of multiple sclerosis patients who always experienced painful contractions, after different treatments were carried out on them to no avail, it was a different story after they smoked Marijuana, as they suffered fewer pains.

The tetrahydrocannabinol present in Marijuana can attach itself to receptors found in the muscles and nerves, hence relieving the pain.

Relief from Arthritis

Marijuana can enhance sleep, reduce inflammation, and eliminate pains. In 2011, after conducting thorough research, some researchers concluded that Marijuana could relieve people of the pain and discomfort caused by rheumatoid arthritis.

Treatment of Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is one infection whose treatment comes with harsh side effects, including nausea, fatigue, depression, muscle aches, and loss of appetite. However in 2006, after a study carried out by a group of European researchers indicated that while treating Hepatitis C patients. About 86% of the patients that used Marijuana was reported to have gone through their Hepatitis C therapy entirely, and the rest who did not use Marijuana could not complete the treatment as the side-effects were harsh on them.

Parkinson’s Disease

According to the results of research carried out in Israel, it has been discovered that Marijuana can soothe the tremors, and reduce the pain experienced by people who have Parkinson’s disease. In addition to these, more treatment with Marijuana showed improvement in sleep and slept patterns for the patients, and there was also an improvement in the patients’ motor skills.

The Israeli government is a strong supporter of the use of Marijuana for medical purposes and research, and as such, has legalised the use of Marijuana for multiple conditions.

Reduction of Pain and Nausea as a Result of Chemotherapy

Cancer patients going through chemotherapy usually suffer a loss of appetite, vomiting, and nausea, which if not attended to can result in more health complications. Medical Marijuana has been known to be an active drug for people undergoing chemo. Marijuana can minimise the side effects associated with chemotherapy. In addition to this, various cannabinoid drugs also contain tetrahydrocannabinol that is FDA-approved, and also used for the same purposes.

Marijuana apart from being used for its medicinal values. It is most times used because of the effects it creates mentally and physically; the user can result in a feeling of euphoria, a variance in perception, increased appetite, etc. Marijuana can be taken in different ways, including smoking (pipes, hookah, and paper joints), vaporiser, edibles, applying to the skin via a mixture of Marijuana with a cream, lotion or oil, etc.

How can I Prepare Marijuana

When it comes to cannabis consumption, the “how it’s consumed” is as important as the product, flower or strain itself. The three basic and well-known methods of consuming Marijuana are inhalation, oral and topical.

Marijuana is prepared in different ways, with various applications and potency. Here are some ideas to prepare marijuana.


A powdered form of the pot, which gets sifted from the flowers, and leaves of the cannabis plants. It is either consumed in its powder form or used in producing cakes.

Dried flower Buds (Marijuana)

This is composed of dried leaves, flowers and stem of the cannabis plant; it is from this material that all the other preparations are gotten from.


This is basically compressing kief into a concentrate (hashish) either by a method of pollen press or hand-rolled.

Hash Oil

It is obtained from the cannabis plant using the method of solvent extraction, which then transforms into a viscous substance, and it usually contains a high volume of psychoactive chemical compounds.


Extracted from the cannabis plant using grain alcohol or other high-proof spirits.


Marijuana can be infused in many ways, as it can be introduced into different non-volatile solvents after the mixture, pressure and filtration are applied to soak the oils from the plant into the solution correctly.

Final thoughts

The benefits of marijuana are numerous. Indeed Marijuana has a lot of benefits for both humans and dogs. However, according to research studies, dogs are said to have a higher number of cannabinoid receptors in the brain as opposed to humans and it has been suggested that “dogs” may be more susceptible to the toxic effects compared to humans. Follow this link for more details.

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