Many adults have directly experienced the medicinal benefits of cannabis for treating a spectrum of illnesses, including more complicated conditions like Parkinson’s and Multiple Sclerosis. However, little research has been conducted to treat these same diagnosis in children.
In the early 1900s, the Nobel-prize winning Dr. Otto Warburg, suggested that cancer cells “live in hypoxic, very low oxygen, and acidic conditions” and derive energy from sugars, by fermenting them in the way yeast does. From this, he theorized that these low-oxygen and highly-acidic conditions cause cancer.
Patients who utilize and benefit from cannabis for medical reasons and do not wish to smoke can often find themselves in a bind. The best known solutions are to turn either to vapour or edibles. Often overlooked yet highly respected, tinctures are not new; in fact, until cannabis was banned in Canada in the late 1920’s, tinctures were the primary method of administration for cannabis medicine.
The ability to forget is a crucial aspect of psychological evolution and adaptation. Forgetting filters out the information we are flooded with every day, and allows our brain to edit in order to focus on memories that are beneficial to our daily functioning and survival.