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In the study area, the most common form of cannabis used was high-THC with negligible CBD content. Statistical bet-hedging aside, the results of the study clearly show that " skunk use alone was responsible for 24% of those adults presenting with first-episode psychosis to the psychiatric services in south London." Previous [anecdotal] claims of being able to smoke cannabis on a daily basis without psychotic events are due to the forms of cannabis available in the 1960s-1970s were relatively low in THC, with approximately-equal quantities quantities of CBD; "experimental studies show that THC induces psychotic symptoms, while cannabidiol ameliorates them and reduces anxiety." "Our findings show the importance of raising public awareness of the risk associated with use of high-potency cannabis (panel), especially when such varieties of cannabis are becoming more available. The worldwide trend of liberalisation of the legal constraints on the use of cannabis further emphasises the urgent need to develop public education to inform young people about the risks of high-potency cannabis." THC is bad, it makes you psychotic. Precisely: that's why I talked about them like they were one and the same. It's not fair to say all THC is "bad" just from this one study - especially considering there have been many studies done and they're wildly conflicting.

Here's a good article ( ) on Alternet discussing this most recent study and also linking to similar ones with different results. I'm a little dubious of this study - they seem quite willing to link cannabis use and psychosis and be done with it, but I think there are some very important mental health considerations and socioeconomic issues that have not been fully examined. It's early days yet, and until we have much larger studies (or even just more of them) to look at I believe it's unfair to draw conclusions. I realize I'm biased, but I've seen the huge difference cannabis can make for a patient and THC is part of that in many cases. So far one of the most promising uses of THC is linked to helping treat PTSD. There's a current push to get medical cannabis opened up for veterans here in the US via a bill called the "Veterans Equal Access Act." I'm really hoping the bill will go through and pave the way for more research! Our Cannabis Oil is Pure and potent.Never watered down or diluted,just 100% pure cannabis oil extracted from top quality marijuana grown by us and other professional cultivators in California,laboratory tested,then offered for sale here.Our cannabis oil is packaged in 1gram and 3.5 gram disposable syringes for easy dispensing.If you aren’t sure how to get the cannabis oil out of the syringe,For orders and more information,Kindly contact us on our Email: [email protected]

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It all started in the 1970s when Rick Berry opened The Farmacy, a health food store in Youngstown, OH. After being forced to change the name by the state board he ironically decided to become a pharmacist. Fast forward to 1994 when Rick began working at a pharmacy in Austintown, OH.

He later opened up a second location in Boardman, OH.


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