World Class Organic Marijuana Products for Medicinal and Recreational Use.
Organic Marijuana is a specialized resource and marketplace for world class organic marijuana products and features organically grown medical and recreational marijuana products. Here you will find a wide selection of cannabis edibles, beverages, concentrates, and pharmaceutical products as well as an extensive range of organic alternatives.
The huge change in government and corporate attitudes towards marijuana and cannabis in the past decade has accelerated the demand for premium products that are free from pesticides and synthetic fertilizers.
One may ask, why has there been such a massive interest in marijuana products? And of course specifically in organic marijuana and related forms of consuming it. Well the short and simple answer is that people all over the world have been consuming marijuana for thousands of years. In recent decades, supply has come from black market sources and underground suppliers, however, more on that later.
In recent decades, some pretty astounding discoveries in research internationally have caught the attention of people worldwide. Primarily when the news first came to light that humans have a beautiful endocannabinoid system in our bodies that responds to marijuana, and that the role of this system is to regulate homeostasis. In other words, its function is to help keep us healthy.
So there is a pretty massive interest in marijuana now because of the reports that the cannabinoid receptors in our system play an important role in many body processes, including metabolic regulation, cravings, pain, anxiety, bone growth, and immune function.
Research is still in early stages, however marijuana and its cannabinoids are being organised for being able to help people with many illnesses that have not been able to effectively be treated by conventional medicine. The list of conditions includes cancer. So its easy to understand the worldwide demand for marijuana.
Of course if you are looking to treat an illness, then it makes sense to find products that are free from harmful pesticides and chemical fertilizers. Why would you take marijuana as a treatment if it may contain the very products that made you ill in the first place? That's why we have put all of our focus on organic marijuana and in creating products that are truly free of all harmful nasties.
Marijuana’s incredible healing properties come from its high cannabidiol (CBD) content, critical levels of medical terpenes, flavonoids, and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
Growing organic marijuana lovingly for a discerning clientele
OrganicMarijuana.com Our Vision For the Future
We see marijuana as the flower of life, one that is continuously revealing its healing and therapeutic properties.
Our Vision is a world where wellness abounds and marijuana is used as a means to alleviate pain and suffering to boost health and promote well-being.
Medical Conditions and symptoms that can be treated with cannabinoids?
Researchers still have a lot to learn about the benefits of using non-psychoactive cannabinoids such as CBD. So far, preliminary studies have indicated that these substances may:
- Inhibit tumor growth, making chemotherapy more effective without harming healthy cells and tissues
- Simulate the appetite and reduce weight loss
- Relieve pain and inflammation, including specifically chronic pain and cancer pain
- Reduce nausea and vomiting
- Lessen anxiety
- Improve quality of sleep
- Fight viruses and viral infections
- Relieve the muscle spasms of multiple sclerosis.
Cannabidiol (CBD) the Future of health and well being
More and more often we hear about CBD, a molecule present in the Cannabis plant that day after day generates a growing interest from the scientific community and consumers, characterizing itself as the 'next big thing' in the world of therapeutic cannabis.
CBD, or cannabidiol, is one of the more than 100 phytocannabinoids identified so far in the plant, of which the best known and most used for recreational and medical purposes are THC and CBD itself. Its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-metabolic and muscle-relaxing properties continuously feed medical-scientific research and the development of new products and new formulations.
Cannabidiol is also widely known by its acronym (CBD is a remarkable compounds which is found in the natural world and is one of the most interesting and important compounds of the cannabis/marijuana plant. Marijuana produces many different compounds, and they are called cannabinoids. there are more than 60 cannabinoids that are totally specific to the cannabis plant.
Of special interest in the marijuana plant, cannabidiol holds the key to the wide variety of medicinal and therapeutic benefits and continues to excite the medical world as it is poised to revolutionize medicine as we know it.
Crucially important in understanding cannabidiol from the marijuana plant, is that is are not psycho-active and that means that people who take cannabidiol do not experience the effect of being 'high'.
Another key point is that cannabidiol is legal almost everywhere as products that contain only this cannabinoid can skirt the legal ban on marijuana. Thirdly, cannabidiol can come from hemp or marijuana plants.
Cannabidiol can be consumed in multiple different ways, including by inhalation of cannabis smoke or vapor, capsules as an aerosol spray into the cheek, and by mouth including edibles and also as a topical. Read more on Cannabidiol
There are two main endocannabinoid molecules, named anandamide and 2-Ag. The discovery was first made when Israeli scientist Raphael Mechoulam isolated the THC compound back in the 1960's.
His ground breaking finding inspired further research to better understand how THC worked, and if humans produced a similar compound.
Fast forward 20 years and anandamide was discovered. In order to find a suitable name for the compound, they turned to Sanskrit. Anandamide comes from the Sanskrit word Ananda, which means bliss. So merging the molecule word with Ananda they came to anandamide which literally means bliss molecule.
All of the over 60 cannabinoids which are found and unique to the marijuana plant interact with the human body. Via a network of neurons called the endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system runs throughout the human body and contains many receptors that bind to the cannabinoids you introduce to your bloodstream when you consume marijuana.
In this educational video medical cannabis expert Dr. Dustin Sulak explains your endocannabinoid system and the role it plays in maintaining harmony and balance within your body.
A summary of the different types of CBD products. CBD oil is resonating with millions of people across the world as it has great benefits no side effects and is a natural form of treatment for many conditions. CBD concentrates are the most raw form of supplements and are extracted directly from the hemp plant and contain no additives. This creates a thick, paste-like consistency. These products are consumed sublingual (under the tongue) or alternatively are vaporized with a dabbing pen. Products include CBD shatter, CBD wax (also known as CBD dab and CBD concentrate) and CBD crystal which are renowned for their extremely powerful effects.
Anti-inflammatory Properties of Organic Marijuana
Cannabinoids are a group of compounds that work through cannabinoid receptors in the human body, they are the active components of Cannabis sativa. Endogenous cannabinoids work through activation of specific cannabinoid receptors known as cannabinoid receptor 1 and 2 (CB1 and CB2). Cannabinoids have been tested in several experimental models of autoimmune disorders such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, colitis and hepatitis and have been shown to protect anti-inflammatory pathways.
The Entourage Effect – Where the Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts.
The Entourage effect of cannabinoids was originally described by neurologist Ethan Russo and was so named because of the similarities in nature of the effect in comparison to an entourage of people that surround and provide support another person. Read More