Israel & Cannabis

Israel & Cannabis

Why Does this tiny Country Dominate the Cannabis World?

In the following article, find out the 5 main reasons why Israel is in the forefront for cannabis research in these areas: hybridization, hydroponics, decriminalization, accessibility, & accurate dosage delivery. The main secret weapon IMHO has got to be in the form of one cutting edge dedicated, indefatigable, Dr/Chemist/Researcher, Raphael Mechoulam who has been studying and isolating cannabinoids for 60 years and is highlighted in the article below.

Legal cannabis sales across the world totaled $150 billion last year, and sales in the United States alone are expected to reach $21.8 billion by 2020.

Israel is at the center of this huge growth because of its well-developed ecosystem of cannabis researchers, farmers, entrepreneurs, pharma and government policies.
“You can’t put cannabis into a category. It’s not just pharma and it’s not just agro-tech. It’s not just lifestyle or recreational,” Saul Kaye, a pharmacist and the chief executive of iCAN: Israel-Cannabis venture fund, tells ISRAEL21c.

Kaye says Israel is up to 10 years ahead of other countries in innovation in the cannabis industry.

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem has a multidisciplinary center on cannabinoid research and Ariel University offers a course on the use of medical cannabis. The Volcani Agricultural Research Organization is building a national institute for medical marijuana research.
Startup accelerator Cann10 hosts an annual International Medical Cannabis Conference and iCAN hosts the annual CannaTech cannabis innovation summit. The next summit is set for March 20-22 in Tel Aviv.
The Israeli government announced last year that it will expand the number of doctors trained and authorized to prescribe medical marijuana. In January, the government announced plans to decriminalize personal marijuana use, and in February a government committee approved cannabis export.

“This change will significantly increase entrepreneurship and investment into cannabis in Israel as the old stigma of criminal cannabis disappears,” says Kaye.
Since the government’s mid-2016 reforms to open up licensing for as many marijuana growers as the market will support, over 200 individuals and groups have applied to join Israel’s current eight cannabis farms.
ISRAEL21c presents five reasons Israel is dominating the cannabis industry:

RESEARCH

Hebrew University Prof. Raphael Mechoulam, an Israel Prize winner
CNN medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta called Israel “the medical marijuana research capital” in 2015. This didn’t happen overnight; Israel’s government has encouraged cannabis research since the 1960s.
Hebrew University Prof. Raphael Mechoulam, an Israel Prize winner, is credited with pioneering medical cannabis research 50 years ago. He isolated the active compound from cannabis, THC, and inspired generations of researchers in several countries.
Cannabis has been used in research to treat conditions including diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, myeloma, psoriasis, fibromyalgia, PTSD, cancer, multiple sclerosis (MS), chronic pain, and broken bones.
“Israel is one of the leading cannabinoid centers of research in the world. There are about two dozen groups working on it and people come from all around the world to see what we do,” Mechoulam told ISRAEL21c in 2012.

In January this year, the government announced it is investing $2.13 million in 13 research projects including the effect of cannabis on metabolic syndrome, MS, preventing transplanted organ rejection, and inhibiting the development of harmful bacteria.

GENETIC ENGINEERING
GMO may have a negative implication in food, but when it comes to medical marijuana, genetic engineering is deemed crucial for treating a range of diseases.
Israeli scientists are among the world leaders in modifying marijuana’s molecular structure to tailor cannabinoids to specific receptors for treating symptoms.
Hebrew University researchers synthesized 22 versions of the cannabinoid THC that have great potential for treating neurological and inflammatory diseases.

“The Hebrew University holds a rich IP bank of cannabis patents. It is easier to conduct cannabis research and clinical studies in Israel than in any other country in the world,” says Kaye.

AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGIES
Medical cannabis tablets for sale at the Tikun Olam store in Tel Aviv. Photo by Hadas Parush/FLASH90
Tikun Olam is the first and foremost supplier of medical cannabis in Israel, and one of the leading medical cannabis companies in the world. It has developed a range of proprietary varieties – perhaps up to 230 – used in clinical medical trials.
Existing growing technologies are being adapted to the marijuana crop, while new technologies are geared specifically to this healing plant.
Kaye points to drip irrigation as an example of old technology helping marijuana growers. “Companies like Netafim can adapt their technology to our needs,” he says. “For them, cannabis is just another crop.”
New entrepreneurs with agriculture technologies for the medical marijuana market include the Leaf home cultivation system and Flux’s IoT hydroponic gardening tool.
Using Flux’s smart device, Eddy, “you can dial in your favorite strain and Eddy will become your easy button, making that strain grow to perfection and according to your medical needs,” Flux founder and Marketing VP Karin Kloosterman tells ISRAEL21c.

PHARMA
In addition to decriminalizing personal marijuana use, the Israeli government is on a mission to regulate medical marijuana and make it more accessible and available by prescription at pharmacies.
“Cannabis should be considered, so far as possible, in the same manner as any other medicinal product, requiring supervision and regulation in order to protect public health and welfare, even when taking into account its special characteristics — being a plant rather than a product manufactured in a laboratory or factory,” according to the Health Ministry’s Medical Cannabis Unit.

OWC Pharmaceutical Research, a developer of cannabinoid-based therapies targeting a variety of different indications, and Breath of Life Pharma, which provides cannabis-based medical products and cannabinoid APIs (active pharmaceutical ingredients), are working with the Health Ministry, universities, medical institutions and researchers to develop cannabis-based pharmaceuticals and treatments.
International companies regularly join forces with Israeli academic and medical institutions to create new medications.
For example, Kalytera Therapeutics, a US company developing a new class of proprietary cannabidiol (CBD) therapeutics, recently licensed two synthetic cannabis derivatives from the Hebrew University’s technology transfer company Yissum, for eventual use in treating osteoporosis, bone fractures and other diseases.

“Medical cannabis is increasingly being used for a variety of indications, such as reducing nausea during chemotherapy and relieving pain and muscle spasticity in multiple sclerosis patients. Development of state-of-the art delivery systems for the active ingredients will undoubtedly pave the way for a wider variety of clinical indications for these types of drugs,” Yaacov Michlin, CEO of Yissum, told ISRAEL21c in 2015.
Kalytera also inked a multimillion-dollar deal to purchase Talent Biotech of Bnei Brak, a startup that won the pitch event at CannaTech 2016.
MEDICAL DEVICES

Syqe Medical Device
Once the cannabis has been grown, extracted and formulated, it needs a delivery system for proper dosage — a tablet, a patch, a nasal spray or a cigarette, for example. And that’s where Israeli ingenuity comes in.
Late last year, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries agreed to market medical cannabis for pain management in Israel with a revolutionary selective-dose pharmaceutical-grade medicinal plants inhaler from Tel Aviv-based Syqe Medical.

Israeli-American company Cannabics Pharmaceuticals is working to put the medicinal compounds of cannabis into a sustained-release capsule in standardized doses.
And Australia-based PhytoTech Medical is developing an adhesive patch with medical cannabis, based on Hebrew University technologies.
“Israel is way ahead in adaptable technologies for the industry in an industry that hasn’t yet created its own technologies,” says Kaye.

Attribution: Viva Sarah Press, 5 reasons Israel is Dominating the cannabis industry

What is CBD & How to use it?

What is CBD & How to use it?

Its seems like of all the questions people ask, “What is CBD and how is it used?,”  is the most often asked. I found this great article in the Street that really nails it and wanted to share it with you all. In it the author breaks down the mechanics and beauty of how CBD cannabidiol works in human biology. We primarily have 2 cannabinoid systems that have receptors. CB-1 and CB-2. One is in the brain. The other is literally everywhere else but lets just say it’s in our immune system. All mammals it seems have an endocannabinoid system including humans. This means that our bodies have receptors for and create the chemicals that bind to those receptors- including TCH and CBD. The THC created by the human body is called anandamide. How amazing that the cannabis plant also has over 100 of these same compounds!

Whether you’ve smoked it or been around friends who have, you know cannabis is something that gets you high. Even medical marijuana can get you high, right? And you might know that it’s due to tetrahydrocannabinol, better known as THC. That’s the compound found on cannabis plants with psychoactive effects, but it’s not the most frequent compound found in it.

Come the end of this year, it may not even be the most well-known compound. That is how quickly cannabidiol, aka CBD, is rising through the ranks and establishing itself as a common cultural term.

CBD has had a renaissance in the past few years. As more states make the push to fully legalize marijuana, dispensaries continue to pop up containing a dizzying (not literally, though) array of CBD products for people to take in various forms. It’s proven to be a versatile compound.

It hasn’t been able to prove much else, though. That’s because notoriously anti-weed Attorney General Jeff Sessions, in addition to insisting authorities pursue marijuana cases, classified cannabis as a schedule 1 drug, a classification the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) uses for drugs they say have “no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse.” There’s minimal actual proof of the abuse potential, but this classification has made it much harder to research the benefits of CBD.

Still, with some studies out there suggesting medical benefits, and others trying to get off the ground, CBD is here to stay for now. So… what is it?

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol is found on both marijuana plants and hemp plants, one of over 100 cannabinoids that have been found on cannabis plants to date. Unlike what THC does due to its psychoactive nature, CBD doesn’t get you high.

What it does have in common with THC, though, is that because they are both cannabinoids they impact our bodies and minds using cannabinoid receptors. These are a part of the endocannabinoid system inside the human body, which affects a number of different physiological processes. These receptors, to date found primarily in the nervous and immune systems, are what the CBD interacts with to give you the effects.

Not only does CBD not give users the high THC does, some studies suggest it may work to counteract some of the more negative THC effects, like paranoia and heightened anxiety. For this reason, often people that are looking for legal weed with THC will look for a strain with a solid THC to CBD ratio, chasing an ideal, centered high.

CBD Effects

CBD has a lot of effects you wouldn’t necessarily associate with marijuana at first glance, but there’s actually medical basis for it. For example, studies have shown that cannabidiol can actually have anti-inflammatory effects, which can have impacts on several different conditions. Other studies have focused on CBD having antipsychotic effects on the brain. CBD is said to have neuroprotective properties as well, beneficial to the nervous system and the brain.

Encouragingly, the World Health Organization (WHO) published a report in November 2017 that said that despite the classification as a Schedule 1 drug, so far “there is no evidence of recreational use of CBD or any public health related problems associated with the use of pure CBD.” The report suggested certain side effects like vomiting and fatigue, but determined it was likely due to other drugs it interacted with during medical studies.

Ultimately, the report suggested that although there are not a large number of studies that could provide more definitive results, what tests have been done found a lot of medical benefits with little harm.

What Are CBD’s Medical Benefits?

CBD’s rapid ascension in popularity is predominately due to the fact that it has the potential to provide a variety of medical benefits for a surprisingly diverse array of problems. Many of these deal with pain relief, but there are plenty of other uses.

Remember the anti-inflammatory properties CBD has? That may be able to help people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. Studies that have posited this have similarly suggested that the anti-inflammatory nature can help in the treatment of multiple sclerosis, as well as inflammation that flares up as a result of hepatitis and bowel disorders like Crohn’s disease and colitis.

 

WHO’s report also suggests that CBD’s neuroprotective effects could potentially provide therapeutic treatment not just to multiple sclerosis, but perhaps Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease as well. It’s certainly possible and what little studies have been done on it suggests beneficial components, but unfortunately there has not been much official research done.

As some foundations and universities attempt to put more effort and money into what studies can be done considering federal laws, other disorders are getting studied as well – a number of clinical trials were recently announced to try to determine whether CBD is safe and effective for treating symptoms for children with severe autism.

The most prominent diseases and disorders CBD has been said to help, though, are epilepsy, anxiety disorders, and cancer.

CBD and Epilepsy

Cannabidiol’s medical benefits for epilepsy are likely the most notably studied ones – probably cause it has shown itself to be so effective for rare and severe epileptic disorders.

In 2017, the New England Journal of Medicine published the findings of a study focusing on CBD’s effects on Dravet syndrome, a rare and particularly dangerous epilepsy disorder found in children. Scientists found CBD to be exceptionally effective at lowering the frequency of seizures in patients – remarkable considering the genetic mutation of Dravet syndrome makes the seizures difficult to treat with medication.

CBD and Anxiety

Not content to be physically therapeutic, CBD has shown itself to have many mentally therapeutic benefits, none more so than it’s relief for those suffering from anxiety. Anti-anxiety drugs are known as anxiolytics, and studies done regarding CBD and a number of anxiety-related disorder have found that it has some anxiolytic capabilities as well.

The anti-anxiety benefits aren’t just relegated to general anxiety disorders – though if you’re searching for studies relating to them, there are plenty. Other studies have examined its effects on those suffering from depression. Others focused on anxiety relief for children suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). One study, published in 2015, found positive effects not only for the aforementioned disorder, but panic disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder as well.

 

CBD and Cancer

There have been many studies suggesting that marijuana and cannabidiol can be helpful in relieving problems arising from cancer treatment, such as nausea, vomiting, and pain caused by chemotherapy. But the potential CBD has for cancer treatment may be far greater than that. Some studies examined CBD use in breast cancer patients and found that it was actually inhibiting breast cancer cells from proliferating.

Should CBD ever get taken off the list of Schedule 1 drugs, further examining its role in helping cancer treatment may be what scientists will be most interested in studying.

How is CBD Used?

CBD offers quite a few benefits, so it’s only fitting that there are as many, if not more ways to get it into your system. Here are just a few of the ways you can take CBD.

Vape. It’s not 2014 anymore, you’re not gonna get made fun of for having a vape. CBD oils or wax concentrates can be used to vape CBD.

Tinctures. You can also use CBD oil by itself, often with tinctures taken by putting two droplets under your tongue.

Food. Chocolates, cookies, gummies, brownies – CBD enthusiasts are always looking for a new edible to try.

Drinks. A few coffee shops in states where cannabis is legal or decriminalized have been known to offer CBD coffee and tea. Some breweries on the west coast have CBD beer available, with cocktails available in select bars.

Dog treats. Well, you shouldn’t be eating them. But some dispensaries sell dog treats made from CBD-rich hemp meant to help pets with anxiety and/or pain.

Skin care products. These can be surprisingly practical. Skin care products that have CBD can be used for pain relief, acne treatment, wrinkles, or just relaxing therapeutic purposes.

Beauty products. Similarly, there is CBD shampoo, makeup, deodorant, and bath bombs designed to keep you clean and keep you relaxed.

These are, of course, available in states with some form of legal CBD. The only states where CBD is entirely illegal Idaho, South Dakota, Kansas, and Nebraska. If you live in any of the other states, research state-specific CBD laws first. It can vary.

Attribution:

https://www.thestreet.com/lifestyle/health/what-is-cbd-14578964 article by Steve Fiorillo

More CBD Health Benefits

Can You Expect to Get Joint-Pain Free with CBD?

Will CBD oil relieve your arthritis joint pain and stiffness within 7 days time without the need for Drugs?

Why are so many people claiming they are joint pain free now after starting to use CBD oil on a regular basis? Can you too, live joint-pain free without the use of over the counter or prescription drugs?


This transformation is truly amazing in Leslea Kent’s story in the above video.

A Smattering of Case Studies

Back in 2011, a study found that CBD helped to reduce inflammatory pain in rats by affecting the way pain receptors respond to stimuli. A 2014 testimonial noted that in animal studies to date, CBD had revealed assurance as an efficient therapy for OA (osteoarthritis). A 2016 research study discovered that the topical application of CBD had the prospect to eliminate discomfort and swelling related to joint inflammation. A 2017 study found that CBD might be a safe and useful treatment for OA joint pain.

Many people out there would like some relief from their arthritis and I should point out that in the summer of 2015 the Canadian arthritis society funded a three-year research grant to a Dalhousie University researcher to determine if marijuana can relieve pain or repair arthritic joint pain.  Pain detecting nerves are covered with cannabinoid receptors and according to researcher Jason MacDougall, cannabinoids control the firing of pain signals from the joint to the brain by sticking themselves to nerve receptors. In another controlled study conducted by the Royal National Hospital for rheumatic diseases in the UK, it was revealed that cannabinoids provide statistically significant improvements in pain, on movement pain, stiffness related pain, and at rest and the quality of sleep.

How to Use CBD for Arthritis and Joint Pain

Use CBD oil sublingually for 10 seconds. With head back and mouth open, just lift up your tongue and squeeze the dropper to release the oil under there. Close your mouth and lean forward. You will get the hang of it. If you are not super impatient, you will do this for 30 seconds. Digestion begins in the mouth.  Honestly, the oil takes a bit of time for most people. We now know of 50+ people that have reported consistent use of CBD oil took them 1-3 weeks to see a difference. It is more subtle than taking an over the counter or prescription drug. That is why some also recommend the addition of applying an external CBD cream that can work more immediately. By using the oil, the Inflammation slowly diminishes over time until one day you realize, “holy ____ I don’t feel as stiff.” This is really the opposite of the “just take a pill” approach. If you just try it for a month and you will really have a better understanding of what CBD can offer you. The CBD on offer here and  in the link below can be tried completely risk free for 90 days and is returnable for a purchase price refund if you don’t think it works for you.

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Cannabis as Food

Does Cannabis Have a Legitimate Food Value?

What is the true food value of Cannabis? Did you know that Hemp seeds contain all 20 essential amino acids including the 9 our bodies cannot produce on their own?

Hemp seed oil consists of approximately 10 percent saturated fatty acids. The bulk of hemp seed oil, around 60 percent, consists of the polyunsaturated omega-6 fatty acid called linoleic acid. One more omega-6 fat that hemp seed oil includes is of gamma-linolenic acid, although only 5 percent of the oil contains this type of omega-6. Lastly, hemp seed oil includes approximately 15 percent of the polyunsaturated omega-3 fatty acid understood as alpha-linolenic acid. Within hemp seed oil, the ratio between omega-6 to omega-3 equals 3:1, or perhaps somewhat less, depending upon the plant strain. This positive ratio helps to compensate, somewhat, for the general overuse of omega-6 fats in most American’s diets.

An excellent way to enjoy the nutritional worth of the hemp plant are through hemp seeds! Hemp seeds are tasty raw just by themselves. They can be ground into flour or sprouted or pressed to make hemp milk. You can use them to make tea, or in baking. Hemp seeds are just one of the planet’s best resources of conveniently digestible, high-quality protein. This hemp healthy protein is outstanding due to the fact that, as most of us understand, proteins are amongst the body’s most needed crucial nutrients. They can support the development of lean muscle mass and repair tissue. The main percentage of protein, 65% is of the high-quality Edistin variety, making hemp one of the highest possible vegan source of this essential protein that’s needed for immune system wellness. The final 35% consists of albumin protein. Hemp’s digestible healthy proteins are quickly assimilated into the gut. Hemp protein is likewise an excellent choice if you’re allergic to the more common sources of vegetable protein like soy or conventional non-vegan dairy products.

Nutrition Facts about Hemp Seeds

 

 

Hemp Seeds

 

Hemp seeds are technically nuts and are also called hemp hearts. They come from the hemp plant and belong to the same species as cannabis or marijuana. However, hemp seeds do not have the same effects as cannabis as they have only traces of THC, the active compound in marijuana.  Hemp seeds are one of the most nutritious seeds on the planet. Hemp seeds have been grown for several years as a source of edible seeds, oil, fiber, lubricant and fuel.

 

How Many Grams of Protein Do Hemp Seeds Have in a Serving?

Hemp seeds are considered to be a complete protein. They are one of the best vegetarian sources of protein and are quite easy for the body to digest and absorb. 100 grams of shelled hemp seeds contain 37 grams of protein, 45 grams of fat and 580 calories.

 

How to Consume Hemp Seeds?

Hemp seeds have a mild nutty flavor and you can eat the shelled seeds or the hemp hearts by themselves as a snack or sprinkle them on any dish to enhance the nutrition. You can sprinkle them onto your cereals, smoothies, salads or yogurt. You can blend hemp seeds with water to make hemp milk that you can use instead of dairy milk in beverages and other recipes. The hemp oil can be used to drizzle over grilled vegetables, popcorn, whole wheat pasta or used to make salad dressings.

 

Health Benefits of Hemp Seeds

Hemp seeds are extremely nutritious and a great source of protein and essential fatty acids. They contain all 20 essential amino acids and the 9 essential amino acids that our body cannot manufacture, which makes hemp seeds a complete protein. Hemp seeds are a great source of vitamin E and minerals such as calcium, iron, phosphorus, sodium, magnesium, potassium and sulfur. This “superfood” helps to improve cardiovascular health, metabolism, digestion and balance hormones.33 34 35 36 37 38.

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Israel & Cannabis

Israel & Cannabis

Why Does this tiny Country Dominate the Cannabis World? In the following article, find out the 5 main reasons why Israel is in the forefront for cannabis research in these areas: hybridization, hydroponics, decriminalization, accessibility, & accurate dosage delivery....

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What is CBD & How to use it?

What is CBD & How to use it?

Its seems like of all the questions people ask, "What is CBD and how is it used?,"  is the most often asked. I found this great article in the Street that really nails it and wanted to share it with you all. In it the author breaks down the mechanics and beauty of how...

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A Twist to the NIH Strategy Combating Opioid Crisis

Wouldn’t it be interesting if they simply put addicts on CBD and found that it enabled them to quit their Opioids? What a wonderful world it would be…

On the same day that the opioid crisis was declared a public health emergency, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Francis Collins, MD, PhD, announced an approach to the opioid crisis that addresses the twin epidemics of addiction and chronic pain.

Source: NIH Strategy to Combat Opioid Crisis

Israel & Cannabis

Israel & Cannabis

Why Does this tiny Country Dominate the Cannabis World? In the following article, find out the 5 main reasons why Israel is in the forefront for cannabis research in these areas: hybridization, hydroponics, decriminalization, accessibility, & accurate dosage delivery....

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What is CBD & How to use it?

What is CBD & How to use it?

Its seems like of all the questions people ask, "What is CBD and how is it used?,"  is the most often asked. I found this great article in the Street that really nails it and wanted to share it with you all. In it the author breaks down the mechanics and beauty of how...

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CBD and Pets

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Israel & Cannabis

Israel & Cannabis

Why Does this tiny Country Dominate the Cannabis World? In the following article, find out the 5 main reasons why Israel is in the forefront for cannabis research in these areas: hybridization, hydroponics, decriminalization, accessibility, & accurate dosage delivery....

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What is CBD & How to use it?

What is CBD & How to use it?

Its seems like of all the questions people ask, "What is CBD and how is it used?,"  is the most often asked. I found this great article in the Street that really nails it and wanted to share it with you all. In it the author breaks down the mechanics and beauty of how...

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