Adie Rae (Wilson-Poe), Ph.D. is a neuroscientist at Legacy Research Institute in Portland, OR. With consistent funding from the NIH, she has studied chronic pain, addiction, and the pharmacology of opioids and cannabinoids for 15 years. She is also the co-founder of Smart Cannabis, which produces the most scientifically rigorous cannabis cup in the world, the Cultivation Classic.
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How to recover from a weed hangover
You may associate a hangover with alcohol, but it is possible for marijuana to have similar effects the next day. The difference between an alcohol hangover and a weed hangover lies in the symptoms. While nausea, dehydration, and insomnia are commonly experienced among those with...Read More
Is vaping MCT oil dangerous?
Vaping illness has been a frequent topic in the news since August of 2019 when the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) began tracking cases. Formally called EVALI — e-cigarette, or vaping, product use–associated lung injury — the condition has affected thousands of vape product consumers,...Read More
First time smoking weed? Start here
Any varsity stoner will tell you that now is a great time to get into cannabis. With recreational legalization sweeping the States, an introduction to cannabis no longer necessitates a clandestine search for a reliable dealer. Instead, novice users are faced with an abundance of...Read More
How to make a cannabis tincture
From CBD balms to cannabutter, the weed world is filled with DIY projects that you can create in your kitchen. In this step-by-step guide, you'll learn all about cannabis tinctures, including how tinctures work, the benefits of cannabis tinctures, and how to make a tincture...Read More
How much CBD should I vape? What the experts say
Vaping is a popular way of consuming cannabidiol (CBD) for two obvious reasons: it offers a healthier option than smoking while still providing a quick onset of effects. If you just bought your first CBD vape or are looking to try vaping for the first...Read More
How many milligrams of THC are in a joint?
If you're smoking a joint to enjoy the psychoactive effects of THC, then you might want to know how much of the potent cannabinoid is in a typical smoke. Here you'll learn how to calculate the amount of THC in a joint and understand what...Read More
Identifying the symptoms of THC withdrawal
Cannabis is not widely regarded as an addictive drug, but withdrawal can still occur for frequent consumers. In particular, regular consumption of strains high in tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive compound in cannabis, can increase the likelihood of withdrawal symptoms. Here you'll learn how to...Read More
Are synthetic weed and synthetic cannabinoids the same?
As cannabis legalization began taking root across the United States, a number of impostor products commonly referred to as K2 or Spice started popping up. So, what's the deal with all the synthetic weed? Synthetic marijuana is usually made of a mixture of herbs, spices,...Read More
The side effects of THC
THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis. Simply stated, it is the part of the plant that gets you high. THC-rich cannabis strains can produce enjoyable sensations from mild relaxation to total euphoria. But does THC have any negative side effects? Here you'll...Read More
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