1. The Analgesic Potential of Cannabis

    While some cultures have used cannabis for centuries to relieve pain, it’s only recently, with the legalization of medical marijuana in so many U.S. states, that its potential analgesic (pain relief) properties have become widely known.  Studies on the human endocannabinoid system in 1992 identif…Read More

  2. Cannabis and Holistic Health

    In the rush to embrace the healing power of cannabis—to use it to fight inflammation, mitigate the effects of chemotherapy—we run the risk of repeating the mistakes of pharma-based medicine, which treats problems in isolation. Instead, many believe we should consider a holistic approach, where a…Read More

  3. Cannabis and Nutrition

    During cannabis prohibition, hardly anyone thought of the nutritional value of weed. More likely, if the issue came up, cannabis was seen as an agent of indulgence—if you ever ate it, it was in something fattening like a fudge brownie, and when you smoked it, it gave you the munchies, leading to b…Read More

  4. It’s Time for a Sensible Approach to CBD

    Google pretty much any combination of words that include “CBD” and you’ll get thousands of sites, many of them cannabis and hemp marketers extolling the virtues of CBD: its ability to treat chronic pain, anxiety, sleep disorders, depression, cancer, and epilepsy, to name just a few. Some of th…Read More

  5. Responsible Cannabis Use

    At Home Grow Community, we believe cannabis has positive impact on human health and well-being—it increases creativity, opens minds to new ideas, elevates mood, enhances sensory experiences, relaxes and energizes, relieves chronic pain, and helps treat a myriad of physical and mental health condit…Read More

  6. Can CBD Really Do All That?

    Read the feature article in the May 19th issue of The New York Times Magazine, and you’re likely to come away thinking, as we did, “Yes…!” At Home Grow Community, we’ve been pro-CBD for quite a while because we’ve seen, personally, it’s power to provide relief from anxiety, chronic pai…Read More

  7. Cannabis and Sleep: What You Need to Know

    One of the most popular uses of cannabis is as a sleep aid. Whether you enjoy a bedtime bowl at the end of a long day or you use a CBD tincture nightly, if you are among the many people who use cannabis for sleep, you probably swear by it. While the link between cannabis and better sleep has been es…Read More