HISTORY OF MEDICINAL CANNABIS

HISTORY OF MEDICINAL CANNABIS

Cannabis was discovered around 12,000 years ago in Central Asia. There are records of its use for medicinal purposes before the Common Era in China, Egypt, and Greece, and later in the Roman Empire. The use of medicinal cannabis in Europe was introduced during the...
ANANDAMIDE IN THE HUMAN BODY

ANANDAMIDE IN THE HUMAN BODY

What is anandamide? Anandamide, known as the molecule of happiness, is a component of the endocannabinoid system, which is present in both the human and animal body and is aimed at maintaining the organism’s homeostasis, meaning a physiological balance. To...
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THC AND CBD ENTER OUR BODIES?

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THC AND CBD ENTER OUR BODIES?

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD), the main active compounds in cannabis, are substances with significant therapeutic potential. Their effects (scope, intensity, location and duration) primarily depend on their pharmacology. What happen when these...
ALTERNATIVE USE OF MEDICAL CANNABIS

ALTERNATIVE USE OF MEDICAL CANNABIS

Medicinal cannabis can be easily consumed through inhalation or via food and drink. The alternative effects of medical cannabis are becoming increasingly known, and the need for alternative methods of use is also growing. Medicinal cannabis can be used to treat many...
JOBS IN THE CANNABIS SECTOR

JOBS IN THE CANNABIS SECTOR

The growth of the European medical cannabis industry is creating jobs in almost every country. The best way we have to classify the jobs in this sector is based on daily contact with the plant. Those who have daily contact, who handle the plants are mainly involved in...
GACP AND GMP REGULATION

GACP AND GMP REGULATION

Cannabis is considered both a pharmaceutical and agricultural product. To ensure its quality, safety, and efficacy, these industries have high levels of regulation. There are two key regulatory frameworks that govern these industries: Good Manufacturing Practices...