Debate: Indica or Sativa

So when it comes to health benefits which is better, indica or sativa? Well let’s consider what the ailments are, shall we? When we think of health we can go many different directions it just depends on what is wrong at that moment and what is needing to be healed and for that matter what can be healed and since each strain can be beneficial let’s break it down:

Let’s start with Sativa, what is it good for? For medical benefits, it can help with vomiting, nausea, pain, mood disorders, depression, ADD/ADHD, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, migraines, and fatigue. Sativa is known for its ability to relieve symptoms, while still allowing you to go about your day.

Okay, so let’s discuss Indica what is it good for? Insomnia, seizures, anxiety, stress, muscle spasms, headaches, and appetite stimulate, increases dopamine or diseases like arthritis, fibromyalgia, and cancer, multiple sclerosis, chronic pain or diseases that are caused by inflammation.

So really, it’s your choice but I hope it cleared it up a bit.

#painreleif #weedisourhero #indica #sativa #cannabismakesadifference

 

Prohibition vs. Regulation

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There is a cycle. A perpetual misconception on the success of a prohibition. With the right restrictions, we leave the demand to be filled by a black market; Instead of researching, understanding, and regulating many substances people choose to put in their bodies. An underground market keeps these substances unreliable and dangerous while exacerbating the problem culture that contributes to unsafe chemicals and risky utilization.

(s1) Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is ready to change the strategy in a big way. In an effort to regulate and provide effective addiction recovery treatments, part of the plan is to prescribe doses to wean off specific chemicals. This has already proven to be a more effective treatment plan than locking offenders in a cell.
This theme is resonating with many regions opting to regulate in lieu of restrictions that embolden a black market. (s2) North Dakota has agreed to stop arrests for cannabis offenses and Denver is taking a hard look at the benefits of Psilocybin (s3).
Research Companies are popping up all over like Denver’s Discovery Center who is just getting started on possible addiction treatments utilizing natural methods not excluding Cannabidiol (CBD) which is already legal across the states from the right sources.

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<strong>Sources:</strong>

<strong>S1 </strong>Leafly – Mexican President Reveals Plan to…<em>
https://www.leafly.com/news/politics/mexican-president-reveals-plan-to-decriminalize-all-drugs</em>

<strong>S2 </strong>Leafly – North Dakota Stops Arresting Folks for…
<em>https://www.leafly.com/news/politics/north-dakota-stops-arresting-folks-for-cannabis-finally</em>

<strong>S3</strong> Ganjapreneur – Denver Votes to Decriminalize Mushrooms