Superbug outbreaks should push cannabis research forward, Wuhan Virus

Editor’s Note: With the understanding that the current Wuhan coronavirus outbreak is related to a virus, and is therefore not treatable with antibiotics or anti-bacterials. The increase in superbug and life-threatening virus outbreaks over the last couple of decades do raise a good question towards the progression of our treatment options, and preventative measures – […]

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How Wheat Sensitivity relates to a broken endocannabinoid system

Our guts and brains are connected in a profound way. We previously began to explore how the endocannabinoid system (ECS) entwines with these connections. Neurological signals sent between the gut’s vagus nerve and the brain’s chemoreceptor trigger zone (CTZ) are regulated by the ECS. Characteristics of malfunctioning cannabinoid ligands exist with each bringing their own […]

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ICYMI: Top Stories of the Week, January 19

So much news, and so little time. In case you missed them, here is a recap of what was trending on CLN this past week! A Wise Approach – A Conversation with Abi Roach A pioneer in this industry, Hotbox CEO Abi Roach first opened her Toronto consumption lounge all the way back in 2003! Even with […]

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The lesser-known cannabis compounds

When most of us think about Cannabis, the two active substances that come to mind are THC and CBD. THC (short for tetrahydrocannabinol) is the prominent mind-altering component that gives cannabis most of its psychological changes. CBD (short for cannabidiol) is the non-psychoactive component that can give its users a calm and relaxing feeling.  The […]

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