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Forget The Munchies: How Marijuana Can Be An Appetite Suppressant

THCV and THC share psychoactive elements and molecular structure, but their differences have caused intrigue in the scientific community when it comes to appetite.

CBD Might Not Cause You To Fail a Drug Test, But CBN Might

A recent study found that CBN was more likely to cause a false positive for marijuana than other cannabinoids, such as CBD or cannabichromene (CBC) and cannabigerol (CBG). 

The Discovery Of A Cannabinoid 30 Times Stronger Than THC Isn’t All Good

Marijuana proponents are ecstatic because this super THC discovery means there is higher quality medicine from this plant.

Anandamide: How This Natural Cannabinoid Makes Us Happy

Anandamide is a natural cannabinoid produced in the human body. The compound gets its name from the Sanskrit word ananda, which when translated to English simply means bliss.

‘Brides Magazine’: Marijuana Is The Ultimate Aphrodisiac

As Brides reported, intimacy is improved with your partner or even in a small group when cannabis is imbibed.

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