Medical Marijuana Edibles

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Medical Marijuana Edibles has been well-liked ever since the 60s, when people would bake it in the oven in brownie and cake mixes to activate the THC in the cannabis.
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Medical Marijuana Edibles

  1. 1. MEDICAL MARIJUANA EDIBLESSan Francisco Medical Marijuana Dispensary www.herbalmission.org
  2. 2. INDEX• Preface• Medical Marijuana Edibles• Marijuana Chocolates• Marijuana Cooking Oil• Marijuana Butter• Marijuana Cookies• Marijuana Teas• Finale
  3. 3. PREFACE• Medical marijuana is gaining energy globally as a natural drug that provides safe alternatives to cure any chronic diseases.• A pharmaceutical drug, also referred to as medicine, medication or medicament.• It is effective for treating several medical conditions such as chemotherapy induced nausea, HIV cachexia, glaucoma, analgesia, and neurological disorders.
  4. 4. MEDICAL MARIJUANA EDIBLES• Medical Marijuana Edibles has been well-liked ever since the 60s, when people would bake it in the oven in brownie and cake mixes to activate the THC in the cannabis.• During the present day, edible marijuana knows many different forms, as medical marijuana dispensaries have perfected the art of baking it into many edible goods.• Now patients have numerous options in which they can take their cannabis medicine, as opposed to only being able to smoke or vaporize it.
  5. 5. MARIJUANA CHOCOLATES• Medical Marijuana Chocolate contains a small amount of the marijuana-like chemical called anandamide that can easily cross the blood-brain barrier.• Anandamide, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and many of the ingredients of the marijuana plant, such as cannabidiol, cannabidiol and cannabigerol, have relatively potent pain-reducing and anti-inflammatory actions within the body.
  6. 6. MARIJUANA Cooking Oil• Being able to make cooking oil infused with the active ingredients of marijuana is one of the most important techniques of cooking with cannabis.• Marijuana cooking oil can be used as a substituted for regular oil in any recipe.• After you learn this recipe youll be able to make a large variety of cannabis dishes.
  7. 7. MARIJUANA Butter• Medical Marijuana Butter is a butter-based solution which has been infused with cannabinoids. This is achieved by heating the raw cannabis along with butter and allowing the cannabinoids to be extracted by the fat.• This is also known as "Cannabutter", "butterjuana", or "marijuana butter“.
  8. 8. MARIJUANA Cookies• Hash cookies, also known as space cookies, are bakery products made using one of the forms of cannabis, including hashish.• Medical Marijuana Hash cookies are essentially the same as marijuana cookies but are more potent. They can be seen in cake, ball, and brownie form as well.• "Space cakes" is a common name for muffins, brownies, and cookies baked with marijuana. Theyre very popular in the Netherlands, specifically Amsterdam.
  9. 9. MARIJUANA TEAS• Medical Marijuana Tea is an infusion of cannabis— usually the leaves of the plant, in hot water. This method of ingesting cannabis yields low psychoactive effects, as tetrahydrocannabinol.• The main reason why patients take cannabis is for its ability to reduce chronic pain. For those suffering from conditions such as cancer, multiple sclerosis or AIDS, cannabis relieves pain and the mental anxiety that comes with constant body pain.
  10. 10. FINALE• Herbalmission.org provides a holistic approach to treating the mind and body for a wide variety of ailments.• To emphasize alternative modalities such as chiropractic, physical, occupational, meditative and social therapies to heal itself without the need of pharmaceutical prescription drugs by medical cannabis as an alternate form of treatment to help patients.
  11. 11. HERBAL MISSION For More Infowww.herbalmission.org

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