Seeking new Medical Marijuana Patients in the Northern Sacramento Area. Patients must be 21 and over with valid ID and a Medical Marijuana Card.
916Naturalmeds are dedicated to the Marijuana Culture, we provide top-shelf cannabis to Medical Marijuana Patients in the Northern Sacramento California area.
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Top-Shelf Cannabis flowers for maximum medical benefits. 916Naturalmeds will provide only the best Cannabis , also producing in house Organic CBD Oil.
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At this time we only provide our service to Medical Marijuana Patients, we are unable to legally provide service on the recreation scale. Our hours are 9:00am to 6:00pm Mon-Fri, starting Early September of 2019.
916Naturalmeds will offer 1 gram to a quater of a ounce prescription sizes. That is for a patient who is not tolerant of heavy doses of Marijuana, Our Products are geared to Connoisseurs of Marijuana.
Cannabis is a drug that comes from Indian hemp plants such as Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica. The main active chemical in cannabis is THC (delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol). Cannabis is a depressant drug. Depressant drugs do not necessarily make you feel depressed. Rather, they slow down the activity of the central nervous system and the messages going between the brain and the body. When large doses of cannabis are taken it may also produce hallucinogenic effects.
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Flavie Dokken plans to run marathons that last up to 62 miles with the help of cannabis edibles.
CLEO MIRZA | MAY 28, 2019 | 5:35AM
Are stoners lazy? Not according to a recent University of Colorado Boulder study that questions the “lazy stoner” stereotype. Overseen by Angela Bryan, a professor in CU Boulder’s Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, as well as the Institute for Cognitive Science, the study looked at a possible link between cannabis use and exercise behaviors. “If we think about the typical ways you think of cannabis, it’s making you more relaxed and maybe not as motivated to get out of the house, and as an exercise researcher, that’s concerning," says Bryan. "On the other hand, there’s some really good longitudinal data that shows that long-term cannabis users have lower weight, lower risk of diabetes, better waist-to-hip ratio, and better insulin function. It’s kind of a scientific quandary, so we thought we should do investigations to see whether there really is a problem that might be happening, or if cannabis could even be a benefit to physical activity.” Of the 600 adult marijuana users surveyed in California, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon and Washington, 82 percent reported using cannabis within one hour before or up to four hours after exercising; 67 percent used cannabis both before and after exercise. Of that 82 percent, 70 percent said cannabis made exercise more enjoyable, 78 percent said it helped with recovery after exercising, and 52 percent said it increased their motivation to exercise.
And not only were the cannabis users consuming cannabis in conjunction with healthy exercise behaviors, but they were exceeding the recommended amount of physical activity in comparison to those counterparts who did not consume.
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