Cannabis Canada

Cannabis Suppository Wordsearch – How to make your own

For some medical patients, the key to a better quality of life might be cannabis… just not ingested through the mouth. Cannabis suppositories can be used both rectally and vaginally. Make no mistake, cannabis suppositories save lives and if you have never heard about them, you might be missing out. Don’t worry because it’s not your fault! Cannabis suppositories are unregulated, thus, they are only available from illegal sources. Thankfully, there is another option… make your own! In this video, Rej Houle and his mom, Louise Houle show you how to make cannabis suppositories at home, while explaining how and […]

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How long will weed stay in the system? Ask An Expert with Dr. Markus Roggen

Have you ever wondered how long weed stays in the system? Ask An Expert! Dr. Markus Roggen will tell you all about it and more! This week is all about plant genetics and making sure you are getting the good stuff… into your system and out of it.  Welcome to Season 2, Episode 5 of Ask an Expert!  Season 2, Ask an Expert Episode 5 – You asked and he answered! How is cannabis grown with no THC (CBD)? Doesn’t every flower produce pollen (at least cannabis flowers)? These are two questions; how do you grow a cannabis plant without […]

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Drugs work, is a natural remedy like cannabis an antiviral for Covid-19?

A year into Covid-19 and no governing health organization has established a task force to study pre-existing medications in the prevention of Covid-19, according to Dr. Pierre Kory‘s testimony at a US Senate meeting. An anti-parasitic drug, Ivermectin, has shown unproven but ‘miraculous‘ results in large doses that are now accepted by many physicians. Despite positive clinical trials, a lack of negative studies, and its forty years of use, Ivermectin still cannot be suggested for coronaviruses. So, do any drugs work, is a natural remedy like cannabis an antiviral for Covid-19? The popularity of Ivermectin and Azithromycin as a Google […]

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Can masks cause DNA damage prevented by cannabis?

The use of face masks has been controversial during the pandemic considering a lack of adequate scientific study, even though they have been used in hospitals for decades without noticeable issues. However, scientific evidence does suggest masks can restrict a user’s ability to breathe. Respiratory inhibition led us to a link between masks and decreased immunity, genetic modification, and DNA damage via oxidative stress. How can cannabis affect these symptoms as a major agent of redox homeostasis? CO2, masks, and you If we ignore statements that disclose a lack of scientific evidence due to limitations, masks help more than they […]

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Cooking With Cannabis 101- Cannabis-Infused Chicken Wings With Ranch

This recipe is a staple in any sports fan’s repertoire. For this week’s Cooking with Cannabis 101, we’ll be making cannabis-infused chicken wings with ranch. For this recipe, you’ll need to know how to make cannabis butter. If you don’t know how to make it, no worries! Click here to find out. Video and recipe courtesy of The Wellness Soldier. It goes without question that you’ll need a healthy amount of chicken wings for this recipe. Here’s what you’ll need for the ranch dressing: 1/2 Cup of Mayonnaise 1/2 Cup of Sour Cream 1/2 Cup of Buttermilk or Regular Milk 3/4 […]

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The Cannabis College Alberta

Alberta, Canada If you want to work in the hottest cannabis market in Canada, there’s no better place to get started than enrolling in the Cannabis College Alberta. Alberta’s high dispensary count makes it a great place to work in the retail segment. Find jobs in cultivation, extraction, retail, tourism, and so much more, all with the right industry certification. Alberta Cannabis College: Higher Education Cannabis Training University’s industry certification is open to students of all skill levels across the world. Whether you’re in Calgary, Edmonton, or Sherwood Park, Alberta Cannabis University provides industry-leading education at a reasonable price, all […]

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Cannabis Wordsearch – Play A Game and Eat Your Greens!

Eating edibles can be great for your health but it’s important to mix it up.  If you need to consume cannabis for a medical reason, you can’t just eat infused baked goods and candies; especially when consuming it daily. Have no fear because you can have your cake and eat it too… just not every day. You need to eat your greens! In fact, we all do. The New Year is upon us and it’s not too late to set your intention for 2021. Rather than trying to eliminate the bad, focus on adding the good. Chef Cody and Jenn […]

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Boveda packs and the best part of the bud? Ask An Expert

Dr. Markus Roggen, PhD. has a doctorate in Chemistry. He is the founder and CEO of Complex Biotech Discovery Ventures LTD, a licensed cannabis research laboratory. He answers our questions about weed… or really, your questions about weed.  From fascinating to funny, we ask stoner questions from our viewers and get real answers. Have you ever had a deep thought after a big toke and ended up wondering something about weed? You aren’t alone! Thanks to the viewers posting questions on our social media, we have had a lot to work with. For the sake of science and improving our […]

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Cannabis Wine -Everything You Need To Know

You either hate it, have never heard of it, or can’t wait to try it, but by now you might have heard of weed wine. While the cannabis craze isn’t necessarily new, thanks to new technology, cannabis-infused wine has had some upgrades recently. In other words, thankfully the cannabis wine doesn’t taste like bong water anymore. Weed wine is most prominent in the US and producers are still facing a lot of red tape in terms of regulation. A common misconception is that cannabis wine has alcohol in it, but due to complicated legal reasons, you won’t find any alcohol […]

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THC and Total THC explained, Compliance labelling

We previously explored how cannabinoid content is displayed on cannabis labels in some Canadian provinces, such as BC. Whether those quantities are given as a percentage or in milligrams per gram, two different values of THC and CBD can be strangely advertised. We will explain the differences between THC and the THC total based on Health Canada’s compliances and beyond. Dr. Roggen demands precision in his cannabis-approved research lab. D9 versus Total THC As detailed in our previous installment, we spoke with CLN’s contributing scientist, Dr. Markus Roggen, to gain a more precise understanding of cannabis labelling. We were surprised […]

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