Myrtle Magic LLC is the South Carolina Company we formed to lobby for the decriminalization of Cannabis in the state. The Business is poised to take advantage of the Legalization of Medical Cannabis, whenever that occurs. Myrtle Magic LLC also consults on related subjects including indoor farming, indoor farm engineering and design.
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This company was founded during a conversation between hospice nurses trying to brainstorm a strategy to address the widespread, indiscriminate use of opioids in hospice care.
The conversation centered around the growing body of anecdotal evidence that medical marijuana was showing tremendous promise as an alternative to narcotics.
The goal became to lobby for the legalization of medical marijuana in South Carolina and to try to position the company to participate in this endeavor when prohibition ends. This is a given, medical Marijuana will be legalized. The politicians fighting this will be on the wrong side of history and this may well be the topic that ends their careers.
The only thing left to consider is whether or not the changes will result in total legalization. There are a variety of reasons this issue will become critically important. First it is undoubtedly the will of the voters. Prohibition has been proven to be based on false science and is racist by design. Then, consider the fiscal impact of ignoring this issue. Millions of dollars are being collected in states that elected to regulate and tax cannabis. Every day of delay is financially damaging to the states that resist. In this day of politicians continuously proving they are fiscally inept and incapable of controlling government spending, every dollar lost is a tragedy.
We have been plugged in to the MMJ debate for a while and began to see a lot of information being produced regarding the medicinal qualities of hemp oil. With the passage of the farm bill allowing cultivation of hemp and the production, distribution and use of hemp oil, we entered into this area in a personal way. We, each of us, have health issues that seemed to be mentioned regularly in the literature being produced as to hemp oil's use and efficacy. We tried it. Our experience is personal, based on personal experience. It worked for a variety of complaints. As we began talking about our experiences people began to ask us where they could obtain samples or product. We decided to research suppliers and to make deals to obtain products at wholesale prices.
Myrtle Magic LLC shifted from lobbyist to retailer.
That's where we are today. If we can help you with information, advice or products reachout to us. We want to be an honest, inexpensive source you can feel comfortable with. Call us.
It doesn’t get you high, but it’s causing quite a buzz among medical scientists and patients. The past year has seen a surge of interest in cannabidiol (CBD), a non-intoxicating cannabis compound with significant therapeutic properties. Numerous commercial start-ups and internet retailers have jumped on the CBD bandwagon, touting CBD derived from hemp as the next big thing, a miracle oil that can shrink tumors, quell seizures, and ease chronic pain—without making people feel “stoned.” But along with a growing awareness of cannabidiol as a potential health aid there has been a proliferation of misconceptions about CBD.
Project CBD receives many inquiries from around the world and oftentimes people say they are seeking “CBD, the medical part” of the plant, “not THC, the recreational part” that gets you high. Actually, THC, “The High Causer,” has awesome therapeutic properties. Scientists at the Scripps Research Center in San Diego reported that THC inhibits an enzyme implicated in the formation of amyloid beta plaque, the hallmark of Alzheimer’s-related dementia. The federal government recognizes single-molecule THC(Marinol) as an anti-nausea compound and appetite booster, deeming it a Schedule III pharmaceutical, a category reserved for drugs with little abuse potential. But whole plant cannabis, which is the only natural source of THC, continues to be classified as a dangerous Schedule I drug with no medical value.
The drug warrior’s strategic retreat: Give ground on CBD while continuing to demonize THC. Diehard marijuana prohibitionists are exploiting the good news about CBD to further stigmatize high-THC cannabis, casting tetrahydrocannabinol as the bad cannabinoid, whereas CBD is framed as the good cannabinoid. Why? Because CBD doesn’t make you feel high like THC does. Project CBD categorically rejects this moralistic, reefer madness dichotomy in favor of whole plant cannabis therapeutics. (Read the foundational science paper: A Tale of Two Cannabinoids.)
THC and CBD are the power couple of cannabis compounds—they work best together. Scientific studies have established that CBD and THC interact synergistically to enhance each other’s therapeutic effects. British researchers have shown that CBD potentiates THC’s anti-inflammatory properties in an animal model of colitis. Scientists at the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco determined that a combination of CBD and THC has a more potent anti-tumoral effect than either compound alone when tested on brain cancer and breast cancer cell lines. And extensive clinical research has demonstrated that CBD combined with THC is more beneficial for neuropathic pain than either compound as a single molecule.
According to the federal government, specific components of the marijuana plant (THC, CBD) have medical value, but the plant itself does not have medical value. Uncle Sam’s single-molecule blinders reflect a cultural and political bias that privileges Big Pharma products. Single-molecule medicine is the predominant corporate way, the FDA-approved way, but it’s not the only way, and it’s not necessarily the optimal way to benefit from cannabis therapeutics. Cannabis contains several hundred compounds, including various flavonoids, aromatic terpenes, and many minor cannabinoids in addition to THC and CBD. Each of these compounds has specific healing attributes, but when combined they create what scientists refer to as a holistic “entourage effect” or “ensemble effect,” so that the therapeutic impact of the whole plant is greater than the sum of its single-molecule parts. The Food and Drug Administration, however, isn’t in the business of approving plants as medicine. (See the scientific evidence.)
CBD is not an intoxicant, but it’s misleading to describe CBD as non-psychoactive. When a clinically depressed patient takes a low dose of a CBD-rich sublingual spray or tincture and has a great day for the first time in a long time, it’s apparent that CBD is a powerful mood-altering compound. Better to say, “CBD is not psychoactive like THC,” than to simply assert that CBD is not psychoactive. CBD won’t make a person feel stoned, but it can impact a person’s psyche in positive ways.
According to politically correct drug war catechism, the marijuana high is an unwanted side effect. Big Pharma is keen on synthesizing medically active marijuana-like molecules that don’t make people high—although it’s not obvious why mild euphoric feelings are intrinsically negative for a sick person or a healthy person, for that matter. In ancient Greece, the word euphoria meant “having health,” a state of well-being. The euphoric qualities of cannabis, far from being an unwholesome side effect, are deeply implicated in the therapeutic value of the plant. “We should be thinking of cannabis as a medicine first,” said Dr. Tod Mikuriya, “that happens to have some psychoactive properties, as many medicines do, rather than as an intoxicant that happens to have a few therapeutic properties on the side.”
Moderate doses of CBD are mildly energizing (“alerting”). But very high doses of CBD may trigger a biphasic effect and can be sleep-promoting. If CBD-rich cannabis flower confers a sedating effect, it’s likely because of a myrcene-rich terpene profile. Myrcene is a terpene with sedative and painkilling properties. CBD is not intrinsically sedating, but it may help to restore better sleeping patterns by reducing anxiety.
CBD isolates require higher doses to be effective than whole plant CBD-rich oil extracts. But that doesn’t mean single-molecule CBD is a better therapeutic option than CBD-rich cannabis, which has a wider therapeutic window than a CBD isolate. Reports from clinicians and patients suggest that a synergistic combination of CBD, THC, and other cannabis components can be effective at low doses – as little as 2.5 mg CBD and/or 2.5 mg THC. Some patients may require significantly higher doses of CBD oil to obtain satisfactory results. Keep in mind that CBD and THC and cannabis in general have biphasic properties, meaning that low and high doses can produce opposite effects. An excessive amount of CBD could be less effective therapeutically than a moderate dose.
Not quite. The 2018 Farm Bill legalized the cultivation of industrial hemp (defined as cannabis with less than 0.3 percent THC) in the United States and removed various derivatives of hemp, including CBD, from the purview of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the Controlled Substances Act. But the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) views CBD as a pharmaceutical drug. And because it has already approved CBD as a pharmaceutical (Epidiolex) for treating two forms of pediatric epilepsy, the FDAmaintains that it is illegal to sell hemp-derived CBD as a dietary supplement. The DEA, meanwhile, retains jurisdiction over CBD derived from marijuana (cannabis with more than 0.3 percent THC), which is still prohibited under federal law. Rooted in reefer madness racism and enforced disproportionately against people of color, marijuana prohibition is akin to the Confederate statue still standing – a testament to enduring bigotry and social injustice.
Seventeen U.S. states have enacted “CBD only” (or, better said, “low THC” or “no THC”) laws. And 30 states have legalized medical marijuana (not just CBD) in one form or another. Some states restrict the sources of CBD-rich products and specify the diseases for which CBD can be accessed; others do not. But a CBD-rich remedy with little THC doesn’t work for everyone. Parents of epileptic children have found that adding some THC (or THCA, the raw, unheated version of THC) helps with seizure control. For some epileptics (and many other people), THC-dominant products are more effective than CBD-rich products. Most patients are not well served by CBD-only laws. They should have access to a broad spectrum of whole plant cannabis remedies, not just low THC medicine. Anything less is a national scandal. One size doesn’t fit all with respect to cannabis therapeutics, and neither does one compound or one product or one strain. (Read more: Prohibition’s Last Gasp: “CBD Only”.)
It may be possible to extract CBD oil from some low-resin industrial hemp cultivars, but fiber hemp is by no means an optimal source of CBD. Industrial hemp typically contains far less cannabidiol than high-resin CBD-rich cannabis flower tops. Huge amounts of industrial hemp are required to extract a small amount of CBD, thereby raising the risk of contaminants because hemp is a “bio-accumulator” that draws toxins from the soil. But the debate over sourcing CBD is quickly becoming moot, as plant breeders focus on developing high-resin cannabis varietals (marijuana) that satisfy the legal criteria for industrial hemp – with THC measuring less than 0.3 percent and CBD levels exceeding 10 percent by dry weight. “Pure” CBD extracted and refined from industrial hemp or synthesized in a lab lacks critical medicinal terpenes and other plant compounds that interact with CBD and THC to enhance their therapeutic benefits. (See also: Sourcing CBD: Marijuana, Industrial Hemp & the Vagaries of Federal Law.)
(CBD), one of the cannabinoids found naturally in cannabis, should not to be confused with its psychoactive “head high” counterpoint TCH. People, who have a propensity to use CBD products, usually look to avoid the high feeling and are instead looking for a body relaxant.
While cannabis is still widely illegal worldwide due to THC’s psychoactive effects, CBD can be found in an extract from industrial hemp. It is fairly accessible and usually legal due to its extremely low THC levels. People should check to make sure CBD is legal in their country. But, a number of countries are beginning to use cannabis for medicinal purposes, and this has opened the market for a number of CBD products to choose from for targeted relief.
More and more small studies support CBD for its effectiveness. CBD should not be considered as an alternative to traditional medicine and should be discussed with a physician as a potential supplement. But people have expressed, that CBD provides relief from a variety of different ailments, including seizures, muscle spasms, anxiety, nausea, chronic pain, inflammation, insomnia, and more.
CBD oil is a safe way to consume CBD into the body. People should look for high standards and quality when comparing products. Look for natural products which use the following techniques:
The most common side effect of large amounts of CBD being ingested is drowsiness. So, if using CBD products for the first time, a person should not operate heavy machinery or drive a vehicle.
There are multiple different ways to experience relief.
CBD oil allows for quick relief via sublingual application. Considered one of the quickest ways to feel the effects of CBD (around 5-20 minutes), as it is absorbed into the bloodstream under the tongue. Another reason oils are so popular is due to their measurability, which leads to consistent dosing.
Some use capsules for direct oil use because it’s a tasteless way to ingest CBD oil. It does take longer for capsules to take effect compared to sublingually, but this is a preferred method of dosing if one is sensitive to taste.
Edibles take awhile for full effect, usually between half an hour to two hours. But edibles are also known for their long duration due to the slow way nutrients/supplements are digested and absorbed into the bloodstream.
DOSING CBD OIL
Everybody’s endocannabinoid system is different, so dosage can vary. That is to say, that some will find relief with 3mg twice a day, while others are closer to 200mg four times a day or higher!
The best way to find a proper dosage is to start low and slow and keep adjusting. For those new to cannabis, maybe try dosing at 5mg as needed to maintain relief. If multiple doses were taken during the first day, adjust the dose to 10mg and take note to any changes in effect. Keep adjusting as needed until relief is consistent. For those more experienced with cannabis, they may want to start at a higher dose, like 25mg, and adjust from there.
Some people require very small doses, while some still will feel nothing after a large dose. People also have different reactions to the various methods of use. It may take time to find the proper dosage and delivery method of CBD products to find the needed relief, so be patient. Some effects may be felt immediately, while others take a while to “build up” (particularly when looking for relief from epilepsy).
Doses can also vary wildly, depending on the type of relief sought after. For example, people have experienced the following:
CBD is quickly becoming a popular supplement for individuals looking for relief of various ailments and can be a great resource for people wanting natural, non-psychoactive relief. It just takes time to learn the best form of ingestion of the product and the proper dosage to maximize the effects.
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