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New Cannabis Strain Designed Specifically To Make Women Orgasm

One night, pot enthusiast Karyn Wagner smoked up with her partner before having what she later described as the best sex she’d ever had.

“After I smoked this one, I said, ‘you know, honey, that was perfect. Save it for next time,’” she said in an article published by The Cut.

That night proved to be life-changing for Wagner, not only in terms of her sex life, but also in terms of her entrepreneurial life.

Already a presence in the cannabis industry, Wagner began working to create a strain that would allow her—and any other woman—to experience the same mind-blowing sexual experience she’d had that fateful night more than a year ago.

New Cannabis Strain Designed Specifically to Enhance Women's Orgasm - GREEN RUSH DAILY

Photo: Karyn Wagner

 

And now it seems she’s succeeded.

Her company is now selling a special strain it calls “Sexxpot,” which Wagner says is specially designed to help women attain incredibly pleasurable orgasms.

According to The Cut, the new strain is derived from a low-THC strain called “Mr. Nice” and contains somewhere around 14 percent THC, relatively low compared to other popular strains, which are typically around 18 to 20 percent THC.

“She says that’s a benefit, because the product will put you in a ‘sensual’ headspace and affect the body’s sensations without getting the smoker too high to actually do the deed,” The Cut explained.

 

 

Read the full article: greenrushdaily.com

Posted by: Chuck Ludley

Vireo Health of New York’s Medical Cannabis Products Now Certified by OU Kosher

Vireo Health of New York (“Vireo”), one of only five companies licensed by the New York State Department of Health to produce and sell medical cannabis, announced today that all of the company’s products produced in New York have been certified as kosher by the Orthodox Union (OU), the world’s largest and most widely recognized kosher certification agency.

The trademarked OU symbol  will appear for the first time ever on medical cannabis products, including the Company’s vaporization cartridges, oils and capsules. These products will be made available for purchase to qualifying patients in Vireo’s four New York State retail dispensaries. The dispensaries are located in White Plains, Queens, Binghamton and Albany and are scheduled to begin opening during the first week of January.

“Being certified kosher by the OU will not only help us serve the dietary needs of the largest Jewish community in the United States, but also combat unfortunate stigmas associated with medical cannabis,” said Ari Hoffnung, Chief Executive Officer of Vireo Health of New York. “Today’s announcement sends an important message to New Yorkers of all faiths and backgrounds that using medical cannabis to alleviate pain and suffering does not in any way represent an embrace of ‘pot’ culture. Patients should never feel guilty or ashamed for using a product recommended by their physicians.”

“We are pleased to grant kosher certification to Vireo Health of New York’s medical cannabis products which were developed to alleviate pain and suffering in accordance with the New York State Compassionate Care Act,” said Rabbi Menachem Genack, Chief Executive Officer of OU Kosher. “Judaism prioritizes health and encourages the use of medicine designed to improve one’s health or reduce pain. Using medical cannabis products recommended by a physician should not be regarded as a chet, a sinful act, but rather as a mitzvah, an imperative, a commandment.”

“We are thrilled to be the first medical cannabis company in the world to join companies like Novartis and Pfizer that choose the OU for their kosher certification,” said Dr. Kyle Kingsley, Chief Executive Officer of Vireo Health, the parent company of Vireo Health of New York and Minnesota Medical Solutions. “Vireo and the OU both share a deep commitment to rigorous quality standards, and we look forward to broadening our relationship as we expand our operations into other states.”

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Registered organizations may only manufacture medical cannabis products in forms approved by the Commissioner. Approved forms currently include liquid or oil preparations for metered oromucosal or sublingual administration or administration per tube, metered liquid or oil preparations for vaporization, and capsules for oral administration. The Compassionate Care Act expressly provides that a certified medical use of cannabis does not include smoking. For more information, visit https://www.health.ny.gov/regulations/medical_marijuana/.

 

Read more: ou.org

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Here’s how cannabis can help your bones!

It’s true – the natural cannabis-like compounds produced by the body, which are known as endocannabinoids, are fundamentally involved with maintaining the health of the skeleton. So if something goes wrong with your naturally-produced cannabinoids, using cannabis-based medicine could actually help a great deal.

The current understanding is that, basically, cannabinoids and cannabinoid receptors are produced by certain key types of bone cells – cells known as osteoclasts and osteoblasts.

The osteoblasts produce new bone, while the osteoclasts break down and absorb old bone. (An easy way to remember the difference is to think of osteoblasts as blasting out new bone material.)

 

Read the entire article at Green Flower Media.