How would social consumption of cannabis work in different countries with different cultures? What would happen if we replaced the most commonly abused substance with a substance that has genuine health benefits?Read More
If you have been reading our blogs for any length of time, you know that we are big supporters of a new taxonomy for cannabis. It’s long overdue. Cannabis has been a cultivated plant for thousands of years, but thanks to a great deal of human intervention, it has evolved and changed and can no longer be shoved into two boxes: Indica or Sativa.Read More
With over a decade of research backed by millions of dollars in federal funding, award-winning neuroscientist Adie Poe, Ph.D. explains how cannabis can help with opioid detox and replacement, wellness tools to stay sober, and how we can all help with this growing epidemic.Read More
THC and CBD are the most well-known molecules produced by cannabis. This is largely because they are the most abundantly expressed by the plant….but there are many other cannabinoids and elements that make up each unique variety. Discover why this plant is even more amazing than you thought!Read More
Over the last few years, there have been quite a few changes to cannabis laws all over the country and major breakthroughs in cannabis research. Thankfully, this has opened a much-needed discussion of this amazing plant and has generated new and revived interest from all walks of life.
People are now much more open to using cannabis for anxiety, chronic pain, cancer and many other ailments. Unfortunately, there is still a stigma and there is not a lot of information readily available on how cannabis affects individuals or resources on how to get started with cannabis.
As it slowly acknowledges the depths of the opioid epidemic, Congress is failing to recognize that medical marijuana may be a simple and effective solution, Rep. Earl Blumenauer said Wednesday.
The Oregon Democrat and longtime champion of medical marijuana made the remarks in testimony before a U.S. House Subcommittee on Health hearing on proposals for ending the opioid crisis.Read More
From prehistoric hunters to ancient Chinese rulers to rambunctious Vikings, cannabis has been used across the globe for thousands of years. So, how can one of humanity’s oldest and most celebrated cultivated crops be grouped in the Schedule 1 (think heroin, ecstasy, LSD) class of drugs in our country? Let’s take a deep look into the history of cannabis, it’s benefits and how we can help change the future of this healing herb.Read More
With cannabis legalization comes the opportunity for cannabis education. We are currently living in a society (in the U.S. anyway) where we have been fed decades of propaganda and conjecture by the federal government, and actual studies and research about cannabis (much less factual public education) have been virtually impossible. Now, though, we are able to push forward in this realm, and Habu Health is doing just that.Read More