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Slo Cal Roots Live Resin

What is live resin? Learn everything you need to know.

Rising in popularity as new methods of cannabis consumption become more widespread, live resin is a fresh and flavorful option for both newcomers and seasoned tokers looking for a quality concentrate. Below, learn everything you need to know about live resin. What is live resin? Live resin is a form of cannabis concentrate produced using fresh frozen …

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Slo Cal Roots THC Boiling Point

What is THC’s boiling point?

The boiling point of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the main psychoactive compound in cannabis, has been debated for decades. Here you’ll learn why cannabinoid boiling points matter and how to consume THC at the right temperature.  Why are cannabinoid boiling points important? Heating cannabinoids like THC activates their possible therapeutic and psychoactive properties. The heating process (called decarboxylation) causes …

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Slo Cal Roots Cannabis Instead of Opioids

Can cannabis replace opioids?

In 1995, the president of the American Pain Society called for pain to be added as a fifth vital sign evaluated and managed by physicians—body temperature, heart rate, respiration, and blood pressure are the original four. Measuring pain subsequently became a widely accepted practice among clinicians. With 20% of adults experiencing chronic pain, prescription opioids soon doubled and Americans began consuming 80% of …

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Slo Cal Roots Strain Types

Strain Types: Understanding the Differences

When browsing cannabis strains or purchasing cannabis at a dispensary, you’ll notice that strains are commonly broken up into three groups: indica, sativa, and hybrid. Most consumers and budtenders use these weed types to predict effects, but are they accurate? Science is pointing to a better way of determining the effects a cannabis strain will have on you: cannabinoids and terpenes, …

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