Tinctures, concentrates and raw juice

According to a recent international survey among almost 1000 patients, the most common problems associated with cannabis medicine are bad taste, drowsiness, uncontrollable appetite (often referred to as the ‘munchies’), and mental effects (getting high). The study also suggested that different administration forms may be preferred in the privacy of ones’ home and in public. In order to address such issues, self-medicating patients frequently experiment with new administration forms, some of which may then gather significant popularity through web forums, magazines and social media. Not surprisingly, most of these new and unconventional administration forms have never been tested for any form of quality or safety. 
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