November 23, 2019by Lucky Leaf shop


Weedis the dried leaves and flowers of the Cannabis sativa or Cannabis indica plant. Stronger forms of the drug include high potency strains – known as sinsemilla (sin-seh-me-yah), hashish (hash for short), and extracts including hash oil, shatter, wax, and budder you can BUY WEED ONLINE AUSTRALIA with Harmony pharm pure bread cannabis.Dispensary for Cannabis AUSTRALIA Order marijuana in Geraldton where to buy 420 pots in Maitland, New South Wales Buy weed in Bunbury, Western Australia

Also known as:
Blunt, Boom, Bud, Gangster, Ganja, Grass, Green, Hash, Herb, Joint, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Skunk, and Weed.



Weed Strength and Potency:

The amount of THC in weed has increased over the past few decades. In the early 1990s, the average THC content in marijuana was less than 4 percent. It is now more than 12 percent and much higher in some products such as oils and other extracts.

Weed Extracts in AUSTRALIA:

Smoking extracts and resins from the marijuana plant with high levels of THC is on the rise. There are several forms of these extracts, such as hash oil, budder, wax, and shatter.
These resins have 3 to 5 times more THC than the plant itself. Smoking or vaping it (also called dabbing) can deliver dangerous amounts of THC and has led some people to seek treatment in the emergency room. There have also been reports of people injured in fires and explosions caused by attempts to extract hash oil from marijuana leaves using butane (lighter fluid).

What about medical weed Melbourne?

The weed plant itself has not been approved as a medicine by the federal government. However, the plant contains chemicals—called cannabinoids—that may be useful for treating a range of illnesses or symptoms. Here are some samples of cannabinoids that have been approved or are being tested as medicines. We harmonyPharm ship weed and marijuana worldwide and especially we have a phicsal office Mosman NSW Australia.
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The cannabinoid that can make you “high”—THC—has some medicinal properties. Two laboratory-made versions of THC, nabilone and dronabinol, have been approved by the federal government to treat nausea, prevent sickness and vomiting from chemotherapy in cancer patients, and increase appetite in some patients with AIDS.


Another chemical in marijuana with potential therapeutic effects is called cannabidiol, or CBD. CBD doesn’t have mind-altering effects and is being studied for its possible uses as medicine. For example, CBD oil has been approved as a possible treatment for seizures in children with some severe forms of epilepsy.

THC and CBD:

A medication with a combination of THC and CBD is available in several countries outside the United States as a mouth spray for treating pain or the symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
Weed as Medicine:

What is a medical weed?

The term medical weed refers to using the whole, unprocessed marijuana plant or its basic extracts to treat symptoms of illness and other conditions.
Medical weed uses the weed plant or chemicals in it to treat diseases or conditions. It’s basically the same product as recreational marijuana, but it’s taken for medical purposes.
The weed plant contains more than 100 different chemicals called cannabinoids. Each one has a different effect on the body. Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) are the main chemicals used in medicine. THC also produces the “high” people feel when they smoke marijuana or eat foods containing it.
Medical weed is used to treat a number of different conditions, including:

1 Alzheimer’s disease.
2 Appetite loss.
3 Cancer.
4 Crohn’s disease.
5 Eating disorders such as anorexia.
6 Epilepsy.
7 Glaucoma.
8 Mental health conditions like schizophrenia and posttraumatic stress disorder.


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It seemed Australia was poised to follow the increasing number of countries which have legalized marijuana when medicinal marijuana became legal in Australia in 2016.
This was a promising sign for Australians, known for being the largest consumers of Marijuana on the planet, that soon they too may be able to witness the end of the ‘War on Drugs.’
Since then, however, little progress has been made by way of legalization.
This is despite Canada’s recent legalization of marijuana, along with Uruguay and now, over half the states in the US.
However, despite the evidence to the contrary, it looks as though the Australian government will for the moment clutch to the status quo.
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Though many expect the tide will turn in the years to come and are preparing for what they believe is a burgeoning cannabis market in Australia.
Several businesses have emerged with aims to import or produce cannabis such as AusCann, Cann Group, GD Pharma, LeafCann, Little Green Pharma and more who all eagerly await the thumbs up on marijuana legalization.
And according to Rhys Cohan from Cannabis Consulting Australia, even if one were to exclude recreational marijuana use, there are still many opportunities surrounding medicinal marijuana.


1: Cannabis is the most widely used illicit drug in Australia.
2: Cannabis was the second most common drug type identified at toxicology for accidental deaths in 2016.
3: Cannabis use among the Australian general population remained stable between 2001 (12.9%) and 2016 (10.4%).
4: People who use cannabis are older than they were previously – the average age increasing from 29 in 2001 to 34 in 2016.
5: Cannabis is used more frequently than other illicit drugs, such as ecstasy (2%) and cocaine (3%), with 36% of recent users reporting weekly use.
6: There has been an increasing tolerance for regular adult cannabis use among the Australian general population – rising from 9.8% in 2013 to 14.5% in 2016.
7: In 2016, 85% of Australians favored the use of cannabis for medicinal purposes, rising from 69% in 2013.


Short-term effects:
1: Mild euphoria, relaxation, and reduced inhibitions.
2: Perceptual alterations, including time distortion and intensification of ordinary experiences.
3: Feelings of hunger.
4: Panic reactions, confusion, and feelings of paranoia – mainly reported by naïve users.
5: Nausea, headache, and reddened eyes.
6: Increased heart rate for up to three hours after smoking.
7: Dizziness, with impaired balance and coordination.

Long-term effects:

1: Physical dependence.
2: Upper respiratory tract cancers, chronic bronchitis and permanent damage to the airways when smoked.
3: Cardiovascular system damage.
4: Mental health problems including depression
5: Poor adolescent psychosocial development.


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