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Understanding Sublingual Cannabis Consumption

A variety of methods for consuming cannabis are available to patients and adult consumers, including smoking, vaporization, edibles, tinctures, topicals, and sublingual oils and tinctures. Possibly the safest and most efficacious of these consumption routes—yet ironically the least understood—is sublinguals (which are applied under the tongue, a region known as the oral mucosa or mucosa membrane). This route […]

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Cannabis Efficacy: Inhalation vs. Ingestion

Many patients and consumers are aware that cannabis can be both inhaled, via smoke or vapor, and also eaten, such as when infused into baked goods or beverages. Both routes deliver medicinal benefits and psychoactivity for users. That’s where the similarities between these two methods ends, however. The biggest differences between the two most popular […]

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Understanding Terpenes: Pinene

Welcome to the Strainprint Community Understanding Terpenes Series. This collection of text articles focuses on providing patients with a better understanding of the medical benefits of terpenes, the group of 200 molecules produced by the cannabis herb that have been shown to provide a wide range of efficacies, including analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties of value in […]

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Understanding Terpenes: Myrcene

Welcome to the Strainprint Community Understanding Terpenes Series. This collection of text articles focuses on providing patients with a better understanding of the medical benefits of terpenes, the group of 200 molecules produced by the cannabis herb that have been proven to provide a wide range of efficacies, including analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties of value in […]

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Decarbing your Cannabis: A simple guide

What is decarb? If there is one thing you need to know about cannabis when venturing into the world of DIY cannabis products, it’s decarboxylation. The word decarb is a slang term/abbreviation of the word decarboxylation. Decarboxylation is the scientific name for the process of turning the THCa and CBDa in your dried cannabis into the active […]

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How Cannabis Can Ease Symptoms of Perimenopause

Research into using cannabis to aid the easing of symptoms in a wide array of ailments is advancing in leaps and bounds. This is particularly true with the symptoms associated with perimenopause, such as mood swings, hot flashes, insomnia, pain, fatigue, anxiety, and more. The drastic change in a woman’s hormonal balance is unpleasant and very […]

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Looking for an LP? We have all the info you need!

Selecting a Licensed Producer can be one of the most confusing and overwhelming decisions a patient can make. As Data Nerds ourselves, we’ve got you covered! The charts below highlight everything from contact information to product selection and compassionate pricing.

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What is Cannabis Sativa? Understanding Its Background and Benefits

For thousands of years, people have used cannabis plants for therapeutic, nutritional, and even practical everyday purposes. In fact, one of the major findings from the ancient world happened in 1997, when a 26,900 year-old hemp rope dating from the Upper Paleolithic Age was discovered in Czechoslovakia. The plant is theorized to have first developed on the steppes of Central Asia, […]

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Why Can Using Cannabis Make Your Eyes Red? A Surprising Explanation

A lot of people associate smoking cannabis with overly red eyes, and you may be surprised to learn that the main reason for this effect has little to do with the smoke itself. In fact, red eyes from cannabis use can actually be a strong indicator of increased health and vitality. Here’s why. Reasons for the […]