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Answer of the Day for Sep 17, 2021

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CB1 receptors are involved with the modulation of pain in the CNS. Do CB1 receptors modulate pain via another mechanism?

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Answer of the Day for Sep 16, 2021

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CB1 receptors are found throughout the central nervous system and some peripheral tissues. CB2 receptors are mainly found in peripheral tissues and immune cells. Are cannabinoid receptors found in organs involved with the production of sex hormones, too?

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Answer of the Day for Sep 15, 2021

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Some people consume cannabinoids via “dabbing.” Describe this method of consumption.

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Answer of the Day for Sep 14, 2021

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Other than butane, what are some of the chemical solvents used to create cannabis concentrates? Other than using solvents to create cannabis concentrates, what other methods to produce cannabis concentrates can be used?

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Answer of the Day for Sep 13, 2021

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Do all medical marijuana legal states allow the sale of products manufactured through butane extraction and supercritical CO2 extraction?

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Answer of the Day for Sep 12, 2021

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In addition to butane extraction, supercritical CO2 extraction is another process used to manufacture cannabis extracts. What is the major difference in the end products of the two processes?

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Answer of the Day for Sep 11, 2021

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Some patients may use shatter, budder, crumble, pull-and-snap, and/or wax. Are all of these products exactly the same?

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Answer of the Day for Sep 10, 2021

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Does short term treatment with THC rich cannabis induce clinical remission and improve quality of life in patients with mild to moderately active ulcerative colitis?

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Answer of the Day for Sep 9, 2021

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In some legal states, edibles, such as candies, baked goods, beverages and condiments (butter and oils) containing THC may be sold. Is 2.5mg of THC in an edible a low dose or high dose of THC to be consumed orally?

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Answer of the Day for Sep 8, 2021

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When speaking with their clinicians, patients may use the terms “dabs”, “wax”, or “butane honey oil” – what do these terms mean?

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