Your Guide To Medical Marijuana

Your Guide To Medical Marijuana

Written by Erika Rhein

Cannabis offers various medical benefits. Marijuana products help to treat different types of medical conditions such as chronic pain, nausea, epilepsy, stress disorders, etc. Marijuana has been used as herbal remedy for years now. Today, this medicine is available in many forms. Read to explore more details before you search for the best dispensary for cannabis Oakville.

Marijuana is popular for its medicinal benefits. Medical marijuana has been used as a herbal remedy for centuries. Its products help to relief symptoms with respect to various diseases. Before you look for the best Kingston cannabis dispensary,Guest Posting here is what you should know.

Cannabinoids is a key component in marijuana. Two major components include CBD and THC. THC makes users feel high. CBD, on the other hand, does not have mind-altering effects. Today, there are many forms of medical marijuana available. There are a variety of ways one can use it. Users can inhale a vaporized spray, take a pill, smoke the leaves, bake edible into the foods. Medical marijuana works in one’s body in a certain way. The chemicals presiding in marijuana affect one’s body when they connect with certain parts of cells, known as receptors. Medical cannabis helps to treat a few medical conditions which could be epilepsy, stress disorder, chronic pain, nausea, etc. It works as a painkiller according to a research. It also helps people to stop vomiting during chemotherapy. Medicinal benefits of cannabis products are simply amazing. They can make people experience a great level of comfort, happiness and sometimes, euphoria. These effects reduce the pain that users experience from various types of ailments. Thus, medical cannabis Oakville products are very popular. To shop for the best cannabis product that works for the effects which you prefer, all you need to do is to go online and choose a trusted and licensed dispensary.

BudsAndBeyond is a well-known, reliable and best weed man Kingston Ontario dispensary. Here is why:

  1. It offers the diverse collection of cannabis products. You can find a product of your taste with ease.
  2. It is a licensed dispensary.
  3. All its products are tested for quality and purity.
  4. Its products carry detailed descriptions. So, buyers know what they get very well.
  5. It has a team of experienced and knowledgeable cannabis professionals to assist its valued buyers throughout the process.
  6. Online delivery is very convenient. It is a hassle-free process.

Visit BudsAndBeyond and shop for the best cannabis products.

Boston Hemp Inc.: What is the difference between Delta-8 and Delta-9?

Boston Hemp Inc.: What is the difference between Delta-8 and Delta-9?


BOSTONJune 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — THC is a naturally occurring chemical compound found in both hemp and cannabis plants. People who use these cannabinoids either through smoking, vaping or ingesting them find that they feel an increased sense of euphoria, an increase in appetite and an increased sense of awareness.

While there may be many similarities between Delta-8 and Delta-9 THC, the major differences are how they are derived and classified. Sativa cannabis plants that have Delta-9 THC levels that are below .3% are classified as hemp and are legal under the 2018 Farm Bill. From these hemp plants, both low grade Delta-8 and Delta-9 THC cannabinoids are derived and processed into a variety of products.

The only chemical difference between Delta 8 and Delta 9 THC is where a particular double bond is located on the chain of carbon atoms. Delta 8 has a double bond on the eighth carbon atom in its molecular structure; Delta 9 has a double bond on the ninth carbon atom.

While some people might say there are no significant differences to be found when comparing these two compounds side by side, this slight chemical distinction can lead to cognitive changes and physical effects. Users considering whether to choose Delta 8 vs. Delta 9 are choosing between two decidedly different products.

Delta 9 THC is the cannabinoid that most marijuana users are looking for when they want to get a euphoric high and is what most people refer to when they say “THC.” Delta 9 binds with CB-1 receptors in the brain and can produce strong psychoactive effects like elation, relaxation, talkativeness, and laughter.

Delta 8 THC may produce mild psychoactive effects, though they are much less impactful than Delta 9 THC. Delta 8 users may be looking for the medicinal effect of this form of THC, like pain relief, anxiety reduction, reduced inflammation, and relief from insomnia.

Delta 8 is found in hemp plant material in minimal amounts and harvesting enough raw plant material to profit off the low levels of Delta 8 would take too much time, effort, and money. Instead, growers look to processors to extract and effectively concentrate Delta 8 from the raw plant material, and fortunately for hemp producers who want to extract this compound, CBD can be converted into pure Delta 8.

Boston Hemp Inc. continues to expand their product offerings that include both Delta-8 and Delta-9 THC. New products include flower, vapes, tinctures and gummies. Products are available for sale at their Hanover location and online at Products purchased online can be shipped anywhere in the United States.

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History’s Largest Cannabinoid Trial on Pain Finds Significant Improvement

History’s Largest Cannabinoid Trial on Pain Finds Significant Improvement

NEWS PROVIDED BY Radicle Science

Radicle Science and Open Book Extracts release results of the largest ever blinded, randomized clinical trial on cannabinoids and pain—and the first study of its kind to examine the impact of rare cannabinoids

SAN DIEGO, June 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Radicle Science, an AI-driven healthtech B-corp pioneering large scale clinical trials on health and wellness products, today announced the results of history’s largest cannabinoid clinical trial on pain, in partnership with Open Book Extracts (OBX). All formulations in the pain study on Cannabidiol (CBD) and Rare Cannabinoids were supplied by OBX, a NSF-certified manufacturer and distributor of the industry’s most innovative and highest quality cannabinoid ingredients and finished products.

The OBX Pain Study on CBD and Rare Cannabinoids is the largest ever randomized, controlled clinical trial of cannabinoids for pain, involving more than 1600 participants from across the U.S. and the first of its kind to examine the synergistic impact of rare cannabinoids like Cannabichromene (CBC) and Cannabigerol (CBG) on pain.

Results demonstrated clinically meaningful improvements in pain across the different formulations of CBD and rare cannabinoids studied.

The OBX Pain Study on CBD and Rare Cannabinoids was a blinded, randomized, controlled clinical trial to evaluate the effects of various cannabinoid formulations on pain, as well as other health outcomes. The trial was specifically designed to examine if adding other ingredients to a formulation (“enhanced products”) in conjunction with CBD could lead to better outcomes than with CBD alone. The trial included 6 product arms, which all contained CBD at 40 mg per serving. Most arms also contained varying levels of rare cannabinoids, including CBG and CBC.

A diverse sample of 1629 pain-sufferers from across the U.S. were randomized to receive and take one of these product formulations for a month while reporting their pain relative to specific benchmarks that included severity, general activity, sleep quality, anxiety symptoms and overall quality of life.

All of the enhanced product formulations included in this clinical trial led to statistically significant improvements in pain, anxiety, sleep quality and overall quality of life.

On average, nearly half (44.8%) of participants who received any of the enhanced products experienced a clinically meaningful improvement in their pain, meaning they realized a distinct and palpable improvement in their quality of life through improved pain symptoms.

Overall, the different enhanced formulations performed roughly the same for the improvement of pain, anxiety, sleep quality and quality of life. However, for people with moderate pain, there was evidence that the addition of 20mg CBC to a formulation containing 40mg of CBD could significantly improve its pain-relieving effects—particularly when this enhanced product was taken for 2 or more weeks.

All products tested were deemed safe to consume. Only about 1 in 10 participants reported side effects, and none were severe.

All the formulations in this trial led to statistically significant and clinically meaningful improvements in pain after just 4 weeks—all with minimal side effects.

“We at OBX are fundamentally dedicated to supporting all consumers in their endeavor to feel their best from the inside out through a holistic universe of effective, evidence-based cannabinoid products of the highest quality,” said OBX CEO Dave Neundorfer. “While existing studies suggest that cannabidiol and rare cannabinoids, including CBG and CBC, have considerable potential to support wellness, there has been a glaring gap in scientifically valid research dedicated to guiding effective product development. That’s why we collaborated with the renowned medical experts and data scientists at Radicle Science to better understand the potential of rare cannabinoids as an ingredient and, in particular, their ability to support better quality of life outcomes relating to pain.”

“It’s a privilege to make history with OBX,” said Dr. Jeff Chen, MD, Radicle Science’s CEO and UCLA Cannabis Research Initiative’s founder and former Executive Director. “Rare cannabinoids are present in a variety of health and wellness products containing cannabis and hemp, but there has been virtually no clinical data on their effectiveness for any medical condition, including pain. Radicle Science assessed for the first time in history the potential synergistic effects of certain rare cannabinoids on pain and demonstrated that these natural products can make a measurable positive impact.”

The OBX Pain Study on CBD and Rare Cannabinoids is OBX’s first completed clinical trial with Radicle Science. Radicle Science and OBX will continue their partnership with similar large-scale, blinded, randomized, -controlled clinical trials on rare cannabinoids, including THCV, CBN, CBG and CBC, which OBX will supply. Radicle will be studying their effects on other health and lifestyle benchmarks, such as energy, focus, appetite, sleep disturbance, stress and anxiety, across thousands of study participants.

Pelin Thorogood, Radicle Science Co-founder and Executive Chair added, “It was promising to see that the addition of a rare cannabinoid could augment the effects of CBD. We will be further exploring the entourage effect with an upcoming study, Radicle Spectrum, which will be the first head-to-head study comparing full or broad spectrum CBD to isolate and placebo. It is our hope this study will provide data to help the FDA ascertain whether CBD isolate is a drug.”

About Radicle Science
Radicle Science is an AI-driven healthtech B-corp offering the first ever scalable path to validate and predict the effects of health and wellness products, transforming them into democratized precision solutions for ailments or enhancement of human function. Radicle Science leverages a proprietary data analytics platform and a virtual, direct-to-consumer (D2C) healthtech clinical trial model to deliver objective health outcome data across diverse populations and conditions—all at a fraction of the cost and time of traditional methods. The company’s Radicle Vision is a future where affordable and accessible health and wellness products are trusted by patients, recommended by healthcare providers, reimbursed by insurance and used as widely as pharmaceutical drugs. To learn more about Radicle Science, visit

About Open Book Extracts
Headquartered in Roxboro, NC, Open Book Extracts is a cGMP-certified manufacturer of premium plant-based cannabinoid products, aiming to be the industry’s true north by delivering premium products, exceptional service and industry-leading transparency. With control of the entire supply chain, a state-of-the-art extraction campus near North Carolina’s Research Triangle, proprietary refinement and conversion methods backed by a growing IP portfolio and a team of PhD chemists and seasoned business leaders, OBX is the trusted partner for global brands seeking to enter the marketplace. Learn more at

Media Contact: Merilee Kern, Kern Communications, 754-399-8949

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