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Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Marijuana Delivery in Coachella Valley

There are numerous marijuana dispensaries in California but only a handful of them are offering delivery services. Some of them are only delivering in posh areas like Palm Springs and Montano but DoobieDelievers is the only one of them that is offering marijuana delivery in Coachella Valley.

DoobieDelievers is a delivery service that offers premium quality cannabis products on their website and all of these products that can be delivered to your doorstep if you’re living in California.

Especially, if you’re living in Coachella valley then you’re in for a treat because DoobieDelievers make sure to provide the fastest delivery service in all the valley. 

Which Cannabis Products Can you Get Delivered?

DoobieDelievers has partnered up with local Marijuana dispensaries around the state and they have access to hundreds of marijuana products. You could easily get your hands on some of the best marijuana extracts and vapes.

There’s a very large variety of marijuana-related products that you could easily order online. Some of their best-selling products are ERA Vaporizer, Forbidden Fruit Extract, CBD Oil (270mg of CBD), and Relief balm. Don’t worry, we haven’t forgot about those delicious edibles. DoobieDelievers also offers some of the best CBD-infused chocolates and capsules. All the products that DoobieDelivers are offering are truly special and if you’re looking for some flavored THC edibles then DoobieDelievers also got you covered.

We’re already familiar with the medical benefits of marijuana and we also know that marijuana topicals are really effective as well. These topicals aren’t just for pain relief, you could also use some types of marijuana topicals for your skin to make to smoother and wrinkle-free.

DoobieDelievers Dispensary delivery is getting quite famous in the states because all the products that are available on the store are thoroughly proceeded and made sure that the quality of the products is above-the-par.

How to Order from DoobieDelievers?

Ordering any product from DooblieDelievers will surely not give a headache by constantly asking you to fill out crapy forms. DoobieDelievers feature one-click check-out where you will only need to add the product in your cart and put in your address. The products will be delivered to you on the same day with very minimum delivery charges.

Gone are the days when you had to wait for days before getting your hands on your favorite marijuana products.DoobieDelievers Dispensary is offering its services in Coachella, Banning, La Quinta, Indio, Cabazon, Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Yucca Valley, and many more places around the state. Find out if DoobieDelievers are offering their services in your city here.

If you’re living in Massachusetts then you’re also in for a treat because DoobieDelievers is also planning to launch their services in the state. We’re not sure about the exact city where they will be setting up but one thing that we know for sure is that they are launching their services very soon. 

Lastly, we’d like to remind you that DoobieDelievers offer very quick services especially in Coachella valley and if you’re looking for some quality CBD-infused products then DoobieDelievers will not disappoint.

Sunday, August 2, 2020

Marijuana Use Linked To Heart Disease Risk, Disruptions In Other Medications

BOSTON — Measures legalizing marijuana are becoming more common in the United States. As recreational and medicinal usage rises, cardiologists warn there are potential risks to this growing trend. According to a new study, as many as two million heart disease patients are current or former marijuana users.

Researchers behind the study also draw concerning parallels between tobacco and pot use.

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Medical marijuana often replaces other headache medications, small study shows

Most patients in a small cohort used medical marijuana in lieu of other abortive prescriptions to alleviate migraine pain, according to recent findings.

The researchers found that of the 25 patients who were still using medical marijuana at the time of the follow-up interview, 25% said they used it daily and 71.4% used it at least twice weekly.

 Before using medical marijuana, 46.4% of patients were using abortive medications 10 or more days monthly; only 25% did so after starting medical marijuana treatment, according to the researchers. Half of the patients used a THC-dominant strain of the substance and 71.4% used an inhaled form. The most common adverse events reported were dry mouth/throat (46.4%), dry/red eyes and fatigue/lethargy (35.7% each) and increased appetite (35.7%).

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Study finds that  CBD may help ease the disorder and Addiction to the high of weed

(CNN)Smoking weed has become a popular pastime, boosted by a more permissive social attitude and a relaxation of laws and regulations.

Marijuana use disorder encompasses both addiction and dependency, and is characterized by impairments in psychological, physical or social functioning. In the United States, research shows some 2.5% of adults, or about 6 million people, had suffered from marijuana use disorder in the past year, while 6.3% had the disorder at some point in their lives.

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How much do we know about marijuana’s medical capabilities

Colorado, California and a few other states are leading the way, steering tax dollars from marijuana legalization toward controlled, peer-approved studies assessing the medical effectiveness of cannabis compounds.

Question for Medical Marijuana Users

When it comes to marijuana and two of its key components, THC and CBD, “there are a lot of claims, and like anything people are using or consuming there needs to be the research behind it to validate those claims,” said Chad Kinney, director of the state-funded Institute of Cannabis Research and professor of chemistry at Colorado State University Pueblo. 

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CBD may help avert lung destruction in COVID-19

Cannabidiol, or CBD, may help reduce the cytokine storm and excessive lung inflammation that is killing many patients with COVID-19, researchers say.

"ARDS is a major killer in severe cases of some respiratory viral infections, including severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and we have an urgent need for better intervention and treatment strategies," says Dr. Babak Baban, immunologist and interim associate dean for research at DCG and corresponding author of the study in the journal Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research.

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A New Bill is Filed to Federally Legalize Marijuana

Yet another day and another senator files a new bill to legalize marijuana with a twist. The bill says that marijuana must be federally legalized and regulated like tobacco. This piece of legislation would remove cannabis from several different acts including the Controlled Substances Act (CSA).

The proposed bill ‘’Substance Regulation and Safety Act’’ would remove marijuana from the microscope and focus more on evaluating the risks and medical uses of marijuana. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) would be responsible for coming up with proper regulation to test and regulate marijuana just like tobacco. They will also impose quality control standards and also responsible for detecting THC-impaired driving.

The proposed bill states ‘’The descheduling provisions are retroactive and shall apply to any offense committed, case pending, or conviction entered, and, in the case of a juvenile, any offense committed, case pending, or adjudication of juvenile delinquency entered, before, on, or after the date of the enactment of this Act.

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HHS would have to come up with a national strategy to prevent youth use and abuse of cannabis, with specific attention to youth vaping of cannabis products. Further, the text of the legislation states that the department would be required to “regulate cannabis products in the same manner, and to the same extent,” as it does with tobacco.’’ (Source - Marijuana Moment)

This also includes all the policies regarding the advertisement and marketing of tobacco will also be applied in the case of marijuana products as well.

The bill proposed by Senator Tina Smith was greatly appreciated by the marijuana community and her efforts to cannabis reforms will be remembered. However, with the recent rejection of the Marijuana Legalization Amendment 2020 by the democratic party, chances for federal legalization are quite slim.