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Medical merijuana vs. non-medical merijuana

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Usage and Applications' started by Spacemansam, Aug 19, 2017.

  1. Which strains are considered medical and why?

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  2. All recreational cannabis is also medical cannabis.
    Some people mean "high cbd" when they say "medical," and "recreational" otherwise.
    The only other difference is price, with less tax often for medical patients.
  3. It's all one plant= called cannabis plant... the medical plant parts( active molecules) are called cannabinoids- phyto-cannabinoids to be exact... the human cellular make up consists of layers of endocannabinoids on cellular surfaces to recognize cannabinoid structures that signal through the cell surface, it is the human endocannabinoid system ( ECS) ... it is called homeostasis and any effects you recognize with cannabis consumption happens in your ECS... cannabis is the only plant so far identified to create phyto-cannabinoids in such quantity to allow medical viability for humans

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