Cannabis and HIV/AIDS

Cannabis and HIV/AIDS

A Guide To Cannabis and CBD for HIV/AIDS. Cannabis and HIV/AIDS have been connected since the 1980s. People have been treating HIV with cannabis since the beginning and medicinal cannabis was first championed by activists to alleviate the symptoms of AIDS. In fact, Dennis Peron, whose partner died of AIDS in 1990, co-authored California Proposition 215. This is the law that permits the use of medical marijuana in the state, the first of its kind nationwide. This law is still in place in California today.
How the endocannabinoid system works

The Endocannabinoid System: How does it work?

Endocannabinoid System (ECS): How does it work? And how does it relate to cannabis? Knowledge is power. Being educated about what we put in our bodies is a good thing and that should extend to cannabis. Many of us research how something works and how it is going to affect us before we give it a try. This is why Miss Envy has started an education portal on our website. The goal is to educate potential users on the effects of cannabis and CBD.
Treating asthma with CBD

Cannabis and Asthma: Treating Asthma with CBD

A Guide for Treating Asthmas with Cannabis and CBD. You may think that cannabis and asthma don't go together, but that's not entirely true. Learn how to treat asthma with CBD as well as what the research has to say about cannabis and asthma.
CBD isolate vs Full Spectrum

Full-spectrum CBD vs Isolate: What's the Difference?

CBD, one of the cannabinoids in the cannabis and hemp plants, has become popular over the last few years, and for good reason. CBD has shown great promise for treating many illnesses that were previously considered unmanageable. In many cases,…
Treating Autism with Cannabis

Treating Autism with Cannabis

A Guide to Cannabis and CBD for Treating Autism Spectrum Disorder Learn the research and use of Cannabis and CBD for Treating Autism Spectrum disorder in both adults and children. What is Autism? Autism treatment is challenging to discuss…
Cannabis and Depression

Cannabis and Depression: Treating Depression with CBD

A Guide to Cannabis and CBD for Treating Depression Learn the research and use of Cannabis and CBD for treating Depression. What is depression? Depression is defined by the DSM-5 as a mood disorder that affects how we feel, how we act and…
Treating arthritis with cannabis

Treating Arthritis with Cannabis

A Guide to Cannabis and CBD for Treating Arthritis Learn the research and use of Cannabis and CBD for treating arthritis and arthritic pain. What is Arthritis? Arthritis is a word that is commonly used to describe inflammation of the joints.…
cannabis suppositories to treat pms

Cannabis Suppositories for PMS

Cannabis Suppositories to Treat PMS Symptoms The symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) include painful cramps that can be unbearable for some. The long list of other physical and emotional symptoms people experience make them consider all…
Treating PMS with Cannabis

Treating PMS with Cannabis

A Guide to Cannabis and CBD for PMS Symptoms Learn the research and use of cannabis and CBD for treating PMS symptoms.
Cannabis and opiate addiction

Cannabis and Opiate Addiction: Cannabis as Treatment

Cannabis and Opiate AddictionResearch has begun on cannabis as a treatment for addictions. The research on cannabis and opiate addiction is promising and suggests that cannabis and CBD have a positive effect on managing cravings as well as withdrawal symptoms.
cannabis and alcohol addiction

Cannabis and Alcohol Addiction - A Safer Treatment

Cannabis and Alcohol Addiction - A Safer Treatment  Alcohol is the most commonly used addictive drug in Canada the United States. The Center for Disease Control estimate that 88,000 Americans die as a result of excessive alcohol use each…
cannabis and addiction

Cannabis and Addiction: Cannabis as Treatment

A Guide to Cannabis and CBD for Treating AddictionsWhen we talk about cannabis and addiction many people in the cannabis industry talk about cannabis being non-addictive. Or they state that cannabis may only be psychologically addictive (mental/situational) in comparison with physically addictive (physical need/dependence).