Cannabis and Well-Being
Let’s talk about sex, baby. Let’s talk about 2-AG.
Review updated demographics and motivations of cannabis use.
Explore clinical measures of well-being and the relationship between well-being, mindfulness, and health outcomes. Examine data from well-being and mindfulness studies in cannabis users including the impact of stigma on well-being of cannabis users
The Only Thing We Have to Fear is Fear Itself…and Clowns:
This month love is in the air and as such, Plantacea:Innovation Labs will be discussing Cannabis and Human Sexuality. Cannabis has been listed as a tool for sexual health in the oldest pharmacopeias and religious texts, but only recently has scientific research begun to explore the benefits of cannabis for sexual well-being.
Plantacea breaks ground in Seaside, CA
With the New Year starting this Month Plantacea:Innovation Labs has a few new wellness tools to help you crush your 2019 goals!
reLeaf Announces Rebrand
Find out more on Plantacea’s new grand opening location at Sideside, California.
NORML Responds To National Academy of Sciences' Marijuana Report
Today reLeaf announced the completion of their rebranding to Plantacea.
“With all of the changes in our industry we wanted to change with the times. We wanted a fresh look and name to present to our patients,” said Maurice Solis, CEO at Plantacea.
10 biggest pot myths, debunked by science
The National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released a comprehensive report today acknowledging that "conclusive or substantial evidence" exists for cannabis' efficacy in patients suffering from chronic pain, and sharply criticized longstanding federal regulatory barriers to marijuana research – in particular "the classification of cannabis as a Schedule I substance" under federal law.
Some of the Obvious Ways Marijuana Benefits Society
The cannabis plant and its biologically active constituents, known as cannabinoids, possess an impressive safety profile compared to other conventional therapeutic agents. According to the National Academy of Sciences, Institute of Medicine, marijuana possesses an estimated dependence liability of less than ten percent. (Others have acknowledged that pot’s true dependence potential is likely even lower.) This percentage is approximately the same as anxiolytic drugs like Xanax and Valium and far lower than that of many other licit prescription drugs or recreational substances, like alcohol (15 percent) and tobacco (32 percent).
Soroptimist Live Your Dream Awards
Less obesity and greater workforce participation are just two of the many benefits. Access to medicinal cannabis is improving Americans’ quality of life in ways few advocates could have initially predicted. As the number of people utilizing marijuana grows, so too does our understanding of its societal benefits.
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