COVID-19

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    MMJRecs Vaccinations And MMJ: All You Need To Know

    Now that the COVID-19 vaccine has arrived, it’s starting to feel like we just might make it to the other side of this pandemic. But because we’re still in the early stages of getting people vaccinated, there are still a lot of questions surrounding the vaccine. Medical marijuana (MMJ) users may have even more questions, including “Does marijuana affect the…

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    Terpene Technologists Report Anti-Covid Breakthrough

    CANNABIS CULTURE – Israeli-based Technologies firm Eybna says a recently discovered combination of terpenes and CBD has the potential to manage the symptoms of COVID-19, and may even prevent infection altogether.  Nadav Eyal, CEO and co-founder of Eybna “We used our database and advanced data-mining and formulation design methodologies to research and isolate terpenes with elevated anti-inflammatory properties and optimize…

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    MMJRecs Would Dosing With MMJ Affect The COVID Vaccine?

    The COVID-19 pandemic is still in force after kicking off at the beginning of last year. The numbers rose steadily, and at the time of writing, over 107 million people have contracted the virus, with 2.3 million having lost their lives. In recent months, a light at the end of a long and scary COVID tunnel has finally come with…

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    MMJRecs Is Coronavirus Mainly Spread By Coughing? How MMJ Smokers Can Reduce Their Risk

    Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in the early months of 2020, many people have been affected by the disease. Roughly 103 million people have contracted the virus at the time of writing, with over two million of those people losing their lives to the disease. With the pandemic still in full effect across the globe, the worry of…

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    32% Cannabis Job Growth In 2020, Despite COVID-19

    In four years, the cannabis industry’s job growth has increased 161%, quickly beating predictions from other industries 10 years from now. Leafly’s fifth annual cannabis jobs report showed the cannabis industry to support 321,000 full-time equivalent jobs in 2021! An incredible number for an amazing and highly-deserving industry. Cannabis jobs aren’t accurately reported to the Department of Labor because it’s…

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    Web Series Explores the World of Psychedelic Medicine

    CANNABIS CULTURE – A Medicine Hunter and a non-profit organization promoting psychedelic healing will be providing free education on psychoactive plants to the global community. According to a press release by the Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies Canada (MAPS Canada), the “The Ethnobotany of Psychoactive Plants with Chris Kilham” is a four-episode mini-series, focusing on the relationship of humans with Ayahuasca,…

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    Medicinal Cannabis Mouthwash Could Help Combat COVID-19

    Igor and Olga Kovalchuk have spent roughly four years working with cannabis strains from around the world to create new hybrids that demonstrate certain therapeutic properties. With the on-set of the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Lethbridge biology professors have been exploring how some cannabis extracts can help to combat the virus. They investigated how specific cannabis extracts could be…

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    How Criminal Organizations Are Dealing with Corona

    One of the major issues with the reaction to the coronavirus pandemic is the effect it has on job security, general income, and the sheer ability to work. Many people are feeling the burn of lost income, and the frustration of not having options. So true is the case with criminal organizations dealing with corona. And just like everyone else,…

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    Dispensaries Struggle with Inconsistent Lockdown Rules

    CANNABIS CULTURE  – Cannabis Retailers at the mercy of ever-changing provincial health rules.  Many dispensaries have switched to a Call-and-Collect or Click-and-Collect model where customers can call the store to pre-order a product or select their purchase on the store website to minimize exposure. However, according to legal cannabis sales rules, every cannabis purchase must be paid in-store and delivery…

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    New Study Shows Cannabis Reduces Inflammatory ‘Storms’ Caused By COVID-19

    A promising new study out of Canada offers data that some cannabis strains help reduce a specific type of inflammatory distress—called a “cytokine storm”—that proceeds severe cases of acute respiratory distress due to COVID-19. In a study conducted by researchers at Pathway Research Inc., the University of Calgary, and the University of Lethbridge, scientists used artificial human skin, technically a…

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