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Benefits of Saponins

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Saponins--wetting agent, help nutrient uptake, help sprays to spread/stick better to leaf surfaces, anti-microbe, anti-fungal, surfactant, promote beneficial microorganisms, bio-enhancer, manage excess salts in soil, improve water penetration, move spray solution into the soil solution, kill mildew, miticide, boosts potency of other products (adjuvant), biochemical inhibitor. (read more...)

Microorganisms-The Benefits of...

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Bacteria process waste into plant food. Even good organic soil benefits from microorganism inoculants. Create a "living soil". Diversity is the key to healthy life forces! Two easy ways to add microbes: directly added to growing medium or/and add as composted tea. Most microbes are beneficial to all life on earth. Microbes are Life! (read more...)

Medical Marijuana--Why We Need Standards In This New Field

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Patients need safe, effective medicine. Better distribution, detailed information about product. Advance medical marijuana therapeutics. Standards set up for the industry. Testing helps legitimize medical marijuana. Third party quality control. Cannabinoid profile and potency-- fundamental information necessary for establishing dosage. Standardization/Quality Control is a necessity just like all other food and drug products. Patients need quality assurance. Safe packaging is a must have. Testing and Certification whose time is NOW! (read more...)

Rick Simpson's Hemp Oil-

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Solvents are Highly Flammable (read more...)

Simpleton's Key

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Most common symptoms with their most common causes. (read more...)

"Top Ten" List of Common Disease and Pest Problems

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Seed and seedling problems,, Stem and branch problems, Flower and leaf problems, Root problems, Whole-plant problems, Indoor problems (read more...)

Marijuana--World Traveler

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Cannabis has been from one side of the world and back again. (read more...)

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Acclimatization

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Variate, Isolate, Intermate, Evaluate, Multiplicate and Disseminate--Key Words in Plant Improvement (read more...)

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Cannabis Liniment

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Counterirritation preparation applied with friction. Anti-inflammation treatment. Thinner than ointment. (read more...)

Making Ointments and Salves and Lip Balm---But First, The Infused Herbal Oil!

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Medicinal properties infused into suitable carriers (bases). Use the best possible ingredients. For the best possible product--cook low and long. It is all about the infused herbal oils. (read more...)

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Tinctures--all about

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Use forty proof or better to make tinctures (that is 80% alcohol by volume). Use only pure grain alcohol. Capturing the spiritual and physical essence of the plant--Tincturing. Use only ethyl alcohol (ethanol) to make your tinctures. Ethanol is the least toxic of all the alcohols. (read more...)

Medical Marijuana and Aging

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Aging baby boomers need medical marijuana. The baby boomers will change the laws! Medical Marijuana relieves the aches and pains of growing old. MMj slows the dimished learning and memory capacity in older patients. Endocannabinoid system protects against age related changes in human brains. Cannabis (cannabinoids) reduce arthritic pain and inflammation and maintain bone growth. Hemp seed is one of the world's most perfect foods. (read more...)

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Nerve Damage/Nerve Pain

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more than 100 different types of nerve damage. more than 20 million Americans are afflicted with peripheral nerve damage. becoming increasingly more common with age. in one out of three people, peripheral nerve damage comes from diabetes. in another third, the cause of the nerve damage is unknown. in some instances, people with nerve damage will have damage to two, three different types of nerves. nerve injury is injury to nervous tissue. (read more...)

Insects and Mites

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Over 250 insects and mites associated with cannabis. Spidermites have the most harmful economic impact on cannabis. Aphids and Whiteflies come in second and third. These pests vector fungi, and viruses. (read more...)

Requirements for Growth-Cannabis

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Plants have 17 requirements for growth--moisture, light, warmth, air, and 13 nutrients that can be found in the soil. (read more...)

Integrated Pest Management

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Five IPM Steps: 1. i. d. and monitor diseases and pests 2. monitoring the environment 3. deciding the proper IPM intervention 4. implementing the intervention 5. post-intervention reassessment (read more...)

Recent Research on Medical Marijuana

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Clinical investigations are more prevalent now than at any other time in history. Around the world, similar controlled trials are taking place. Increased attention is due (partly) to the growing body of testimonials from cannabis patients! They cannot be ignored any longer! To get more funding, the U.S. must change MMj's "status" As more states approve legislation, more patients, with more and varied illnesses (conditions) are being studied. (read more...)

 
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