A New Start For Nana: Introducing A Family Member to Harvest

Posted by Jack MacDonald on Aug 19, 2018 11:44:12 PM

My Nana still says “marijuana” with proper Spanish pronunciation: “Mah-di-HUA-nah.” She never once experimented with cannabis in her younger days, and into her sixties and early seventies, was a prime example of a healthy senior. She was never a smoker, enjoyed daily physical activity and social engagement, and always watched her nutrition and avoided excess.

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5 Things You Might Not Yet Know About Cannabis

Posted by Jack MacDonald on Jul 9, 2018 2:02:55 PM

Learning as you go is one of the great joys of life, and we're certainly excited to discover new things about the science and history of cannabis!

We did a little reading and found a few fun tidbits that might come as a surprise to you!

1) Spice Up Your Experience
Let’s say that you’re trying a new strain that leaves you feeling a little too much psychoactivity, and you begin to feel anxious: Your fridge or spice cabinet at home might hold the solution!

Beta-caryophyllene is a terpene found in essential oils extracted from certain plants, herbs and spices like rosemary, black pepper, oregano, and cloves. Research into this terpene has shown sharp evidence of a significant anxiolytic effect that may prove useful in managing the psychoactivity of THC. Perhaps a good dash of pepper is what can keep you relaxed and happy while you medicate!

Conversely, it’s also generally believed that foods rich in the terpene myrcene, such as mango, can amplify the effects of THC if consumed a while before medicating.

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Harvest Response to Concentrate Ruling

Posted by Harvest Headquarters on Jun 28, 2018 12:30:00 PM

On Tuesday, June 26th, the Arizona Court of Appeals handed down a ruling in the case of State of Arizona v. Rodney Christopher Jones, which declared the manufacture, sale, and possession of certain medical marijuana concentrates illegal in Arizona. 

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Topics: News, Cannabis

Cannabinoids and Terpenes: Life’s Essential Oils

Posted by Laric Lehman on Apr 13, 2018 12:10:35 PM

We live in a wide world full of smells; Your nose can detect upwards of ONE TRILLION different scents, and Mother Nature provides a vast canvas of aromas to experience!

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Topics: Education

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