Cannabis and Memory-What’s the Connection?

Cannabis and Memory-What’s the Connection?

Cannabis and Memory: What’s the Connection?

Cannabis has been around for a very long time. There is documented evidence of cannabis being used as a medicinal herb across different cultures. It’s interesting to note that cannabis has found a special place in ‘The Ebers Papyrus’, one of the oldest finished medical textbook dating back around 1550 BC.

What makes it so special?

Cannabis contains over 400 different chemical compounds out of which around 85 are potent bio-active compounds called cannabinoids. Out of these THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol) are the two most well-known cannabinoids. These compounds together give the cannabis its magical medicinal properties and the famous ‘high’.

THC is a psychoactive cannabinoid that is responsible for the ‘high’, whereas CBD is non-psychoactive cannabinoid, which is also known to counter the effects of THC thereby reducing the high. THC and CBD are found to engage with the receptors CB1 and CB2 found in the body’s Endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS in our body is a large complex network of cell receptors and influence many of our bodily functions such as mood, appetite, sleep, immune system, and pain. The ECS contains cannabis-like compounds, such as- Anandamide and 2-AG which helps in regulating the body’s functions and pain naturally. So when the cannabinoids in the cannabis engage with the receptors of our body it enhances the body’s ability to regulate the pain and inflammation. CBD is a versatile plant-based health compound which is proven to alleviate pain and inflammation and helps in relieving symptoms of many diseases.

It’s getting popular

This has made many patients fighting depression or suffering from ailments like arthritis, cancer, anxiety and many other chronic conditions to shift to cannabis as an alternative treatment or in combination with other prescribed medications. Many modern doctors have also started to prescribe cannabis along with other medications.

According to UNODC an estimated 183 million people worldwide used cannabis in 2015 with a number of medical users rising steadily in the U.S.Cannabis can be taken orally, smoked, vaped or used as CBD oil.

CBD oil benefits tremendously in arthritis and relieving joint pains. Moreover, raw cannabis seeds are a great source of protein and considered a superfood for various reasons.

Cannabis and memory

With so many benefits of cannabis we know how it affects our body, now let’s find out its effect on our memory as well. Looking at the forgetful stoners it seems that cannabis and poor memory are somehow connected.

Let us explore this further!

Short-term effects of Cannabis on memory:

THC- the psychoactive cannabinoid in cannabis is responsible for mind-altering effects on the brain giving the user a euphoric effect seems to affect memory in two ways:

  1. Cannabis makes it difficult to encode the memories: Encoding is the crucial first step to create a new memory. Encoding is a biological event beginning with perception through our senses. This perception gets converted into a construct and is stored within the brain which can be recalled later as a short-term or long-term memory. Thus, this event gets hampered under the influence of THC and the user is unable to form new memories.
  2. Makes it difficult to recall short-term memory: Short-term memory also known as working memory is like a ‘post-it-notes’ for the brain. It is basically the ability to remember and process information at the same time. Cannabis is known to affect this working memory while the user is under its influence, and possibly even little after the high wears off.

Fortunately, some studies suggest that many frequent cannabis users might become less sensitive to these effects over a period of time and the memory impairment in most of the users is temporary.

Long-Term Effects of cannabis on memory:

Long-term memory, also known as Verbal memory can be adversely affected by higher doses of cannabis in frequent users. An interesting long-term study conducted by UCSF researchers for over 25 years shows that long time (five years or more) users of cannabis develop a poor verbal memory recall. Researchers found that with every five years of marijuana use the person’s ability to remember words from a list of 15 words decreased by one. Although it did not seem to have any effect on other cognitive functions involving planning and focusing.

 According to Reto Auer, the main author of the study, people who consumed cannabis for longer periods were at a greater risk of verbal memory loss by the time they reached their middle age. A study shows that cannabis with high THC and low CBD adversely affected memory, while cannabis with high CBD has no adverse effects on the memory.

Interestingly, some studies suggest that higher level of CBD, due to its therapeutic properties and non-psychoactive behavior, may prevent or even reverse memory impairments caused by THC. So CBD might even help protect our memory.

Written by Kathy Cooley

Kathy Cooley has been closely studying the cannabis industry trends for quite some time. Intrigued by the booming growth of this sector, she loves to pen down her views providing quality insight on current marijuana trends, particularly medical cannabis. She is currently associated with https://dutchseedsshop.com/.
Professional athletes can now say yes to CBD

Professional athletes can now say yes to CBD

MMA fighter Nate Diaz vapes CBD oil

                          MMA fighter Nate Diaz

Professional athletes can now say yes to CBD

Good news for professional athletes, they can now say yes to CBD. The Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has officially removed cannabidiol (CBD) from their list of prohibited substances for 2018. The WADA, which was created by the International Olympic Committee, sets the anti-drug regulations for Olympic and other international athletes participating in a wide number of global sports competitions. It’s amazing that it has taken this long but we’re not going to complain.

Cannabidiol (CBD) has many well-documented medical benefits for professional athletes, including the reduction of chronic pain symptoms and inflammation. However, usage of the supplement has been prohibited, not because anyone doubts it works but because it comes from cannabis. CBD and the other cannabinoids found in cannabis have no psychoactive effects, so its usage has little effect on an athlete’s performance other than helping them recover from injuries.

CBD was brought to the attention of many sports fans when MMA fighter Nate Diaz used a vape pen during a post-fight conference in 2016. “It’s CBD,” Diaz told the press. “It helps with the healing process and inflammation, stuff like that. So you want to get these for before and after the fights, training. It’ll make your life a better place.”

“Cannabidiol is no longer prohibited,” the WADA wrote. “Synthetic cannabidiol is not a cannabimimetic; however, cannabidiol extracted from cannabis plants may also contain varying concentrations of THC, which remains a prohibited substance.”

That is a confusing statement so let me explain by first explaining cannabis. Cannabis is the plant species and there are sub species including marijuana and hemp. Marijuana is cannabis high in Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and low in CBD and other cannabinoids for that matter. THC is the molecule that can make users “high”. Hemp is cannabis that is high in CBD and very low in THC. CBD can legally be extracted from hemp as long as it contains .3% or less of THC to be legal in all 50 states. CBD extracted from marijuana is not legal in most states whether you are a professional athlete or average Joe.

At CBD BioCare we believe this is just the beginning of a transformation that will spread nationwide. There is so much evidence to suggest the health benefits of cannabis and it can no longer be ignored. It is changing lives and helping people cope with many conditions ranging from pain, stress, anxiety, to autoimmune diseases and so much more.

CBD Dispensary Ripoff?

CBD Dispensary Ripoff?

I want to tell you about a common story regarding a CBD dispensary ripoff but first let me give you some back information. In Florida, medical marijuana dispensaries are popping up in every city, at least in Tampa Bay. You cannot just walk in off the streets and become a customer. You have to go to a certified physician that has paid the state one thousand dollars and completed a course. These physicians, once certified can accept patients and recommend products with and without THC. Currently there are only a small list of patients that even qualify medically according to the state. Before a doctor’s recommendation for medical marijuana can be made the hopeful patient must be a patient for at least three months and pay hundreds of dollars before being entered into the states registry. Sometimes they must also pay monthly fees because there is a tremendous amount of paperwork and data entry for the physician and staff. Once the patient is entered they qualify to buy products from a dispensary. These dispensaries concentrate on products with THC, because they can, but there are some products with very low levels and even zero levels of THC. These products are labeled as CBD oils, etc. This provides an option for patients who do not want to get high or who don’t need the THC to receive the relief they are seeking. In addition, patients can also take low THC high CBD products to help calm or even mitigate the negative effects of THC.

Buyer Beware

I have spoken to many dispensary patients and what I have found is there are both good and bad reviews. Sometimes the dispensaries are so busy customer’s are just looking for someone who is knowledgeable to speak with. This has been the case more out of state than what I have found in Florida. I have found the dispensary folks here are well versed, but the customer often doesn’t know what to ask. Or they do not understand how to evaluate the information. It is a very confusing marketplace.

For example, I met with a man yesterday who paid $70 for a 1oz bottle of what he thought was CBD oil. Turns out it’s coconut oil referred to as MCT oil and 1.4% CBD per bottle. Yikes! That’s some expensive coconut oil! Plus the CBD is not full spectrum, it is CBD only. Full spectrum means there are also more than 80 other cannabinoids present in the oil which has proven to offer medicinal benefits. CBD alone, often called CBD isolate, can also be effective but normally in higher doses and again it’s just more effective when it’s fellow cannabinoids are present. So not only is there virtually no chance in hell that this product will help this poor patient find any relief but it’s expensive! Here’s the sad part, the patient assumes because “they” are the experts that 1.4% is okay. The bottle also stated it had 0% THC. Online that product states it comes with up to 15mg of THC, but his bottle had zero. I even called using his patient number to verify what I read was correct. The bottle says it’s 500mg CBD. This could not be any further from the truth. It is not 500 mg of CBD. The bottle says one serving equals one drop and each drop equals 1 mg, so yes it has 500 drops or 500 mg in the bottle but of those 500 drops only 1.4% is CBD.  That hurts my head to do the math but that is virtually NO CBD!!!! So why buy this “CBD oil” from the dispensary? Why pay hundreds of dollars to see a doctor and get on a registry to buy coconut oil with trace amounts of CBD isolate? If I sound a little bothered you are correct. Patients are getting ripped off at some, not all of the dispensaries and they don’t even know it.

Do you need a dispensary?

The dispensary is currently the only legal outlet to buy products with THC, so if you have done your research and you believe you need a product with THC to help you then by all means follow the process. However, I challenge you to first try a full spectrum CBD oil. Yes, I sell this product, but I sell it is because I am passionate about it and because I hear the life changing stories on a daily basis. In MANY cases patients can find medicinal benefits by taking a high quality, full spectrum CBD oil. Try that first, then if you feel you need something more go through the steps to get into the database and experiment with THC. However, I highly recommend first experimenting with full spectrum CBD.

First experiment with full spectrum CBD.

Full Spectrum Hemp OilOur bodies interact with cannabinoids differently. It is not based on weight, so I challenge you to try a high quality full spectrum CBD oil first and experiment with dosing. Some people take two drops and others take a full dropper full to achieve the same result. Here’s the beauty of this product, you can not overdose, there are no side effects, no drug interactions and no deaths ever reported from CBD or THC for that matter. So our physicians recommend experimenting to find the right dose for you, you can increase the dose as needed to achieve desired results.

THC and CBD a winning combination?

Here’s the irony, we have some patients who are very happy with their dispensary products, but again called us because they needed someone to help them. We offer suggestions based on our research and patient testimonies primarily. Although we consult with physicians, we are not doctors and we always make sure our customers know that. We have found that our product often compliments a THC/CBD product. For example, one customer was taking a product with 13 mg of THC and 13 mg of CBD. This is by memory but I believe that was the amount. She was a sweet elderly woman from Georgia and she said it just wasn’t working and she did not want to take more because she did not want to get high. So, I recommended she try increasing the CBD and other cannabinoids by buying our 750mg full spectrum oil. This way she was increasing only the “good” cannabinoids. To both of our delight she called back after just three days of use and said she is not only pain free but she is sleeping better than she had in 13 years. So, I would say THC and CBD can be a winning combination. It’s all about finding what works for you. But please, know what you are taking and don’t pay $70 for coconut oil.

 

 

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What to look for when you buy CBD oil

CBD oil from a reliable sourceWhat to look for when you buy CBD oil

It can be very confusing, so this article is designed to help you know what to look for when you buy CBD oil. First of all, when you are shopping for CBD oil you want to know the difference between the cannabis oils available online. Next, we will also explain why there is confusion and how to make the best choice for the results you are seeking.

Difference between cannabis oils

In order to understand the different oils you must first understand the different types of cannabis they are extracted from. First of all, cannabis with high levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is called marijuana. THC is the molecule that will make you “high”. Oil from this plant is often called cannabis or marijuana oil and it is illegal in most states. Some states have legalized its use but users need to follow the states laws in order to obtain it. Secondly, the cannabis plant that is grown to have high levels of cannabidiol (CBD) and low levels of THC, below .3% is called hemp. Oils extracted from hemp are often called hemp oil or CBD oil. Oil extracted from the hemp seeds, normally called hemp seed oil, does not contain CBD or THC but it does contain Omega Fatty Acids and other nutritious ingredients. But you have to be careful because some retailers are selling the seed oil as hemp oil which can be confusing. Is it hemp seed oil or hemp oil? This is why you have to not only read the label but understand what the label is telling you.

Buying the right CBD oil

CBD Oil 750mg

For our purposes we are going to explain how to buy CBD oil because consumers are being misled or they do not understand the difference before they buy and then they are often unhappy with the results. Why are they unhappy? Were they looking for CBD and they bought a product that was labeled hemp oil and it was really hemp seed oil? If they were hoping for pain relief it is simply not going to happen with hemp seed oil. But the retailer can call it whatever they want, so this is why it is so important to know what you are buying. What the retailer can not mess with are the ingredients. But as you may be finding out, reading the ingredient list can be tricky. By law it has to state what is in the bottle. But this too is somewhat of a grey area.

Understanding what it states on the bottle

This is our 750mg CBD oil ingredient list. You may think it would read, CBD or cannabidiol, but that is not the whole story. It has 30 mg of phytocannabinoid rich hemp oil, (PCR). This means it has 30 mg of high CBD hemp oil per serving that is extracted from the whole plant and it contains all cannabinoids within that plant. Of that 30 mg of full spectrum oil, 25% is pure CBD. This is the best case scenario because you have all of the cannabinoids working together. If you have an oil with 99% CBD isolate it would be less effective.  In addition, we mix our full spectrum CBD oils with hemp seed oil because we believe it is important to have 100% of our oil come from the hemp plant. In addition, the omega fatty acids in the hemp seed help with the absorption of cannabinoids in your system.

Here is another example from another company, on its label you can see it contains 23 mg of hemp extract but they do not tell you how much of that is CBD. We will discuss what the CO2 means later. Secondly, make sure you know where your  hemp oil is extracted. Here this states aerial parts. We are assuming this is full spectrum because it is being extracted from the aerial or “all” parts of the plant. The richest extraction comes from the leaves and the flowers and only to a very minor extent the stalk. As for the seeds, there is no CBD, unless there is residual residue present. This is a common misconception, many people make claims that they are extracting CBD from the seeds and this is simply false.

Most hemp oils are mixed with another product such as hemp seed oil, coconut oil or even olive oil as seen here on the competitor’s label. All are safe to consume. You want to have a healthy fat as a mixer because it helps with the absorption of the cannabinoids.

Understand how the oil is extracted

There are several methods used to extract CBD rich oil. Some methods are better than others and may leave unsafe residues behind. Here are a few of the most common.

Ethanol: To perform this method of extraction, the plant must be soaked in a high grade grain alcohol, such as ethanol. In short, it is then heated and the alcohol evaporates. This method is used to create oil appropriate for vape pen cartridges and other products. But this extraction method destroys the plant waxes, which may have health benefits.

Olive oil. Extra virgin or otherwise, olive oil can also be used to extract cannabis oil. This method is considered both safe and inexpensive, however it is perishable and should be stored in a cool, dark place. The negative with this method is that it can not be concentrated. So although it does contain CBD you would have to consume large quantities to receive the medicinal benefits.

CO2 extraction: The supercritical (or subcritical) CO2 method is more advanced and requires more skill and more expensive equipment than most methods. It uses carbon dioxide under high pressure and extremely low temperatures to isolate, preserve, and maintain the purity of the oil.  The temperature and pressure in the chambers used causes the COcannabinoid solution to react and separate. As the cannabinoids separate, they are collected in different chambers. This method allows an extractor to separate the cannabinoids and ultimately introduce only those desired. This is how THC is removed. It is considered safe, potent, and free of chlorophyll. This is the extraction method used by CBD BioCare.

Is CBD by itself a good choice?

There is also a product called CBD isolate and this is CBD that is isolated from the plant and it does not contain any other cannabinoid from the hemp plant. It looks like a fine white powder. It is not synthetic or lab made, it is an all natural product. It normally has a purity level of 99% and is the most potent CBD product available if you are just looking for CBD. It can be added to an oil and sold as a CBD oil. However, many experts suggest CBD on its own does not provide the same medicinal properties many are seeking unless the other cannabinoids from the plant are also present. To consume, users can add it to food, beverages or even a full spectrum hemp CBD oil to increase the CBD concentration. Some people also bake with it or infuse it into other oils such as coconut or olive oil. It can also be consumed through vaping.

Now that you have a better idea about how CBD oils are made you can now make a more educated decision before purchasing. For best practices and the most potent CBD oil available discover our products at https://www.cbdbiocare.com/cbd-products/

 

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Would you choose Froot Loops or CBD?

 Would you choose Froot Loops or CBD?

It may sound like a silly question but would you choose Froot Loops or CBD? If you were purely going by availability you would have to choose the cereal because it is on every major grocery store shelf in the country. CBD on the other hand is still unknown by many. In fact, you may be reading this blog and wondering what is CBD? How about FDA approval? Once again you would have to go with Froot Loops, they have been approved by the FDA to be suitable for consumption. So perhaps the simple answer is Froot Loops, but let’s take a closer look.

The Irony

Although it seems like a ridiculous question to even put Froot Loops and CBD in the same category I hope you see after reading this blog the irony of it all. There is a cereal that is being marketed to children, sold by Kellogg’s Cereal company by the millions. It is packed full of ingredients that are toxic, deadly and known to be harmful, yet this cereal is FDA approved and accepted by most Americans. It will most definitely cause a sugar high. On the flip side, you have the cannabis hemp plant that is not a drug, cannot cause a high, not even a sugar high and the government is fighting its existence. It is legal in all 50 states according to the 2014 Farm Bill, but it is still not widely accepted and easily sold in the USA. In fact, this plant is proving to have amazing medicinal properties. Yet, the government is not supporting many clinical trials to test and further prove its benefits.

Taking a closer look at the ingredients

Froot Loops

Yes, it’s true Fruit Loops are available in most grocery stores and kids love the fun colors and sweet flavor. But when you take a closer look, the ingredients are a bit frightening. First of all, the number one ingredient is sugar, that means it has more sugar than anything else. It has 12 grams in just 1/2 cup and an average bowl of cereal is a cup and a half of cereal so that’s 9 teaspoons of sugar! Secondly, it’s packed with artificial food dye’s. These dyes can be found in practically everything we eat from cereal to sports drinks. But these dyes, although approved by the FDA are toxic. They are made from chemicals that come from petroleum, which is the same chemicals that make up gasoline and even tar. If that’s not scary enough these dyes have been linked to brain cancer, nerve-deterioration and hyperactivity to name a few. Food dyes are considered bad enough to be banned in more than five countries including France and the United Kingdom. It also has BHT or butyl hydroxytoluene which is a synthetic compound which basically prevents fats in food from becoming rancid. According to the European Food Safety Authority, BHT has been shown to cause lung and liver tumors, developmental effects, and negatively impact the thyroid in animal studies. It is banned in most European countries and Japan. There are many other ingredients that should cause us to ask questions, but yet these are all FDA approved ingredients and legal in the United States. So are you still voting for the Froot Loops?

CBD Hemp Plant

CBD Hemp Plant

Cannabidiol (CBD)

Now let’s take a closer look at CBD, which is not FDA approved. Of course it might not be as colorful and you certainly don’t want to eat it with a spoon and milk first thing in the morning. But let’s break it down anyways. CBD is an extract from cannabis, a plant that has grown on this planet naturally for thousands of years. It is even referenced in the bible. The cannabis plant contains more than 80 cannabinoids or plant molecules in which experts agree have medicinal properties. The two most dominant cannabinoids are THC or tetrahydrocannbinol and cannabidiol or CBD. Due to the wants   and desires of man, the cannabis plant has been modified to create the perfect plant. For those who wanted to get “high” they wanted strains that were high in THC. Although cannabis had been used as a medicine and natural remedy for centuries, mans desires for the perfect “high” changed the marketplace. This plant now became known as a drug and was made illegal in every state in the nation. Massive campaigns and millions of dollars had law abiding citizens convinced it could be nothing more than a drug and it needed to be treated as such. CBD on the other hand is not a drug and has no intoxicating effects, but yet in the eyes of most, cannabis was cannabis.

A little girl named Charlotte gave a face to CBD

Then there was a little girl named Charlotte Figi who had a disease that caused her to have approximately 300 seizures a week. It was killing her! Her body was suffering and her parents were desperate. They heard about medicinal marijuana but they lived in a state where it was not legal. Plus they did not want their daughter to be drugged by THC. That is when they heard of cannabis that has very low levels of THC and high levels of CBD. They tried oil from this high CBD cannabis and it helped little Charlotte when nothing else could. To their surprise, not only did it not cause her to get high but it has given her a life. Her story attracted the attention of thousands seeking similar relief. This high quality strain of cannabis that had little THC and high CBD is called hemp. When CBD is extracted from hemp it is legal in all 50 states. Just like Charlotte it is helping thousands of people around the world with a multitude of conditions.

The Choice is Clear

When you compare the facts, the choice is clear. I would much rather give my family CBD supplements rather than a bowl of Froot Loops. Without a shadow of a doubt one is natural, proven to have health benefits and helpful to our bodies. On the contrary, the cereal is packed full of toxic ingredients masked by FDA approval and societies acceptance. Know the facts and see CBD for what it is, a plant that can help people, not a toxic ingredient or drug. So what would you choose Froot Loops or CBD?

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