Cannabis Cuisine Health In The Kitchen
The on going history for cooking with cannabis cuisine includes, medicinal, healing effects and also as an enabler for accessing higher levels of consciousness. Medicinal meal choices are available and many people find the typical pharmaceuticals (pills) for: nausea, voimiting, pain or inflammation are not suitable and “medibles meals” or cannabis cusine is a significant improvment to their care. Cancer patients; in chemotherapy and all other antii-tumor programs … testing is currently being targeted, with breaktrough science in apoptosis and terpene testing. At True Healing Collective we support LabTested strains that allows you to be more prescriptive by understanding the components (canabiniods & terpenes) that make up a specific strain. You can build your cuisine with the best strain of medication to suit your individual needs and limit the amount of pharmaceutical side effects experienced from western medicines.
Cannabis Cuisine Recipe Searches
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Delicious, nutritious, healthy, cannabis recipes … plenty of easy ways to find recipes on the internet. Cannabis cusine is easy … Cannabutter, Cannaoil, are products available and can be ordered locally. Or in some cases using your strain of cannibas medication (a bud ; ) and a grinder is all you need to help prepare your meal or dessert … wooo-hooo, start with pasta, potato salad … manage your chemothrapy or health matters better with medicinal cannabis cuisine sauces, seasonings and dressings.
2013 cancer patient panel of 200 patients study
lists 10 ways marijuana helped the patients:
1. Nausea And Vomiting – Marijuana reduces nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy. There is even a pill for of THC (Marinol since 1985) has been approved by the FDA for treating chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
2. Weight Loss – Marijuana has been shown to stimulate appetite as well. For patients with cancer, marijuana prevents unhealthy loss of weight.
3. Mood – Chemicals in marijuana have anti-anxiety and antidepressant effects.
4. Pain – Effect of marijuana is pain relief.
5. Sleep – THC has aimprove sleep in patients undergoing chemotherapy.
6. Fatigue – Different marijuana strains offer daytime fatigue, while at the same time helping patients get to sleep at night.
7. Sexual Function – Marijuana aphrodisiac, dating back at least 3,000 years to ancient India.
8. Constipation – Chemicals in marijuana help regulate the digestive system.
9. Itching – Marijuana helps some patients deal with this irritating symptom.
10. Cancer – Science supports the ability of marijuana to kill cancer cells and stop the disease from spreading.
JoinTheMovement … consult with your family doctor as to the best opportunities cannabinoid medicine could be offering you and your family.