February 2017

Small amounts of marijuana can increase the libido, magnify thoughts and boost imagination. Because cannabis affects dopamine levels in the brain it can make you feel euphoric or high, relaxed or provide pain relief. But long-term abuse is likely to cause sexual problems like erectile dysfunction and not being able to orgasm. A study of […]

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Favorite activity and favorite plant – sex and cannabis – can perhaps blend into one and epitomize fulfillment. What doesn’t add up? It is indeed a perpetual argument on the perks and pitfalls of cannabis. However, a latest study renders some degree of clarity in the matter. Question is not if sex and cannabis can […]

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An estimated 400,000 Americans are currently living with multiple sclerosis, an autoimmune disease where the body’s immune cells attack a fatty substance called myelin in the nerves.  Common symptoms are gait and balance disorders, cognitive dysfunction, fatigue, pain and muscle spasticity. Colorado has the highest proportion of people living with MS in the United States. […]

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If you’re reading this, odds are you’re curious about using cannabis to enhance your lovemaking and make it more sensual. I have ideas. I have techniques. All that aside, the most important thing for you is the answer to the question, “What’s getting in the way of you incorporating sensuality into your lovemaking right now?” […]

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Legal marijuana has given rise to a bizarre syndrome that makes heavy cannabis users violently ill, US doctors warn. Cannabinoid hypermesis syndrome triggers stomach pain and nausea. For unknown reasons, the debilitating symptoms can only be alleviated by hot baths. Last year, a study found rates of CHS rocketed across the US between 2009 and […]

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