KO Kush (AA)

KO Kush (AA)

KO Kush Effects and Attributes Effects: Relaxing, Sleepiness, Hunger  Flavours: Earthy, Pungent, Pine KO Kush   THC: 18% – 22% KO Kush from Heavyweight Seeds is a cross of Afghani, Hash Plant, and Northern Lights. The smoke is thick and potent with a spicy fuel and pine flavour, making it a tasty must-try for any kush lovers. The high can be very heavy and may drop you into a deep state of relaxation. Give KO Kush a try if it’s bedtime and you need help winding down. [et_pb_woopro_reviews _builder_version=”3.0.106″...
Pink Kush (AAA)

Pink Kush (AAA)

Pink Kush Effects and Attributes Effects: Relaxed, Happy, Sleepy, Euphoric, Uplifted Flavours: Gassy, Sweet, Floral, Earthy Pink Kush 90% Indica / 10% Sativa THC: 19% – 23% Pink Kush, as coveted as its OG Kush relative, is an indica-dominant hybrid with powerful body-focused effects. In its exceptional variations, pink hairs burst from bright green buds barely visible under a blanket of sugar-like trichomes, with traces of a sweet vanilla and candy perfume. The potency of this strain could be considered overpowering, and even small doses are known to eliminate pain, insomnia, and appetite loss. [et_pb_woopro_reviews _builder_version=”3.0.106″...
What Are the Health Benefits and Risks of Cannabis?

What Are the Health Benefits and Risks of Cannabis?

The National Institute of Health (NIH) reports that people have been using cannabis to treat various conditions and symptoms for at least 3,000 years — with first records of medical cannabis use dating back to ancient China and Emperor Shen Nung (2,700 B.C.). However, due to the chain of unfortunate events from the past 70 years, cannabis has gained a reputation of a dangerous substance with high potential for abuse and no approved medical applications, having been placed somewhere between ecstasy and heroin. Now we witness a true turnaround of these events, as weed is slowly but surely retaking its good name thanks to continuous research and efforts from cannabis advocates across the world. In this article, we’ll cover the most remarkable health benefits of cannabis — and shed some light on the potential risks of using the herb. What Are the Medical Benefits of Cannabis? As mentioned, people have been using cannabis for medical purposes for thousands of years. Over the last few decades, research has yielded results indicating that cannabis may be an effective treatment for a range of severe conditions — without the dangerous side effects caused by some prescription medications. Below we give you a list of conditions most commonly treated with medical cannabis. 1. Chronic Pain In 2018, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released a comprehensive review evaluating more than 10,000 scientific studies on the health benefits of cannabis. One of the most thoroughly examined areas of this report was the use of medical cannabis for chronic pain, a leading cause of disability that affects over 25 million people in the...