Ten Reasons To Embrace Low THC

Over the past decade, we’ve heard all about how much stronger cannabis strains are today than they were in the 70’s and 80’s. And while we have seen growers produce strains in the 20-30% ranges, the fact remains that on average THC in most plants will range from 12-18%. As dispensary operators, we see people . . .

Boomers and Cannabis

A growing number of people over 50 are discovering or thinking about exploring medicinal cannabis as a viable option for pain, sleep, arthritis, stress, neuropathy, fibromyalgia, cancer or any other number of medical issues. Many have either never used cannabis, or are coming back to it for the first time in 20 or more years. . . .

Maximizing CBD

Firefly recently did a nice roundup of experts in the field, including Jessica Peters, the founder of Moxie Meds–one of our favorite CBD rich tinctures– as well as Mary Lynn Mathre, founder of Patients Out Of Time, a personal hero of mine. This article is a nice review of how CBD works in our body and . . .

A New Kind of RX-C Success: Cannabis and Pets

All vertebrates, from ascidians to humans, have an endocannabinoid system. This system is made up of receptors spread throughout the body. CB1 receptors are responsible for metabolizing THC and allowing the psychoactive effects of THC to be received. CB2 receptors are responsible for anti-inflammatory relief. They are found in immune cells and work to reduce . . .

Backdoor Medicine: How Cannabis Suppositories Can Save Lives

You want me to put that where?! This is a common reaction to the suggestion that cannabis can be used as a suppository. Rectal administrations (suppositories) have an unfairly bad reputation in North America, despite the diverse benefits they offer. And we have personally seen countless successes over the years including relief from simple hemorrhoid inflammation to . . .

One Minute Cannabist

We’re proud to announce the launch of the first in a series of simple to read books for regular people wanting to explore cannabis as a medicinal therapy. The first in the series, “The One Minute Cannabist: A Primer for Medicinal Cannabis Newbies”, is written by seniors for seniors, as a quick and easy to . . .

All Natural Skincare using Medicated Topicals

Typical over the counter drugs and skincare products tend to agitate both my insides and skin. Since educating myself about why my body is affected so drastically by chemical laden body products and foods, I have become an advocate for chemical free health and skincare. I worked in the beauty industry for several years and am . . .

Cortney’s Corner: How Cannabis Helped Me Quit Cigarettes

When I decided it was time to quit smoking cigarettes, I wasn’t sure how to navigate my new goal. I wondered if Cannabis would make quitting harder or easier and whether I should keep smoking one if I’m quitting the other. The choice is personal and one each person has to make for themselves. I . . .

Flowers & Concentrates Workshop

RX-C is pleased to announce the next Wellness with Cannabis Workshop in our on-going members-only education series. Flowers & Concentrates: A Guide to the New World of Medical Cannabis will be held on Sunday, June 12 from 11:30am-1:30pm. In this workshop you will have an opportunity to explore everything flowers, wax, rosin, hash and honey oil concentrates. This will . . .

Sex & Cannabis Workshop

RX-C is pleased to announce our next Wellness with Cannabis Workshop in our on-going members-only education series. Sex & Cannabis will be held on Sunday, April 24 from 12-1:30pm. In this workshop we’ll explore a question we hear frequently, “What strain is best for sex?” Together, we’ll discuss all the benefits cannabis can bring to your . . .

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