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The Herbivore: Ubiquitous Cannabis Legalization Across the U.S.

Ubiquitous Cannabis Legalization across the U.S. By Zachariah Finning   December is Universal Human Rights Month. With respect to this, we are celebrating our right to choose cannabis as a holistic form of medicine. For decades America’s major health-related medications have been largely overseen and produced by big pharma, while American society on a whole…

The Herbivore: Uplifting Strains

Uplifting Strains By Zachariah Finning   Cannabis in and of its own can be associated with the relief of over 25 common and impacting ailments. People use it for everything from a substitute to having a drink, to daily pain relief, from appetite stimulation to sleep remedy. The wide variety of conditions that seemed to…

The Herbivore: The Differences Between THC and THC-A

The Differences Between THC and THC-A By Zachariah Finning   August is National Wellness Month and part of the wellness obtained by medical marijuana is in knowing the differences between major cannabinoids. Mostly everyone involved in the medical cannabis industry, either as a patient or a dispensary agent, knows about the two main cannabinoids CBD…

The Herbivore: A History of Hemp in America

A History of Hemp in America By Zachariah Finning Hemp’s history in America is rich and fertile. The Hemp plant has been on American soil since before the nation was founded. Throughout US history Hemp has been used to make almost anything ranging from paper, fuel, to even medicines in this modern day. Although Hemp…

National Alzheimer’s & Brain Health Awareness Month

#hmhhighereducation – June 2021 Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a neurological disease characterized by a progressive loss of memory and learned behavior. Patients with AD are also likely to experience depression, agitation, appetite loss, among other symptoms. As many as 5.8 million Americans are estimated to be afflicted with Alzheimer’s Disease. No approved treatments or medications…