Heisenberg Horticulture – Medical cannabis (marijuana) has been in the forefront for more than two decades. California legalized cannabis over 20 years ago and more than 32 states have created some type of related legislation. From coast to coast and boarder to boarder, cannabis is quickly becoming one of the top US crops.
Licensed Maine Medical Marijuana Caregivers, Heisenberg Horticulture cares about their patients.
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The owners have more than 40 combined years of growing experience including soil and hydroponics. Whether you’re having seizures, need pain control, or have another qualifying illness, Heisenberg Horticulture can help. We have extremely potent high THC-level strains and grow Indica and Sativa plants. We are also growing several excellent CBD plants.
Our patient spaces are limited, but we have a large network of reliable growers that also produce excellent medicine. Heisenberg Horticulture can help you find a reliable caregiver.
Modern research suggests that cannabis is a valuable aid for the treatment of a wide range illnesses; pain relief, nausea, and glaucoma are top of the list in most states. Some research suggests that cannabis may protect the body against some types of tumors and cancers. Cannabis can also treat the symptoms of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Crohn’s disease, HIV and AIDS, Multiple Sclerosis, Epilepsy, and Glaucoma.
Medical cannabis or its extracts are legal in more than 35 states, the District of Columbia and Guam, and recreational use of the drug is legal in Washington State and Colorado. It has further been decriminalized in several states, meaning possession of smalls amounts is no longer a crime.
Cannabis’s medicinal uses can be traced back as early as 2737 B.C., when the emperor of China, Shen Neng, touted cannabis tea as a treatmentfor gout, rheumatism, malaria and even poor memory, writes Mitch Earleywine, a professor of psychology at the State University of New York at Albany.
But by the late 1800s, with morphine addiction rampant in the United States, attitudes towards drugs such as cannabis had shifted. As a result, the Food and Drug Administration was formed in 1906. While cannabis wasn’t specifically mentioned in the original FDA guidelines, the move to control chemical substances was under way and marijuana was soon to become a target.
By 1937, the Marihuana Tax Act imposed such high taxes on physicians prescribing cannabis, retail pharmacists selling cannabis, and those cultivating medical cannabis that it essentially fell out of favor as a treatment.
In the 1970s mainstream research from Harvard University began to show the medical benefits of cannabis; however, after more than 40 years the US Government still refuses to recognize the benefits. Heisenberg Horticulture recognizes the benefits and helps patients receive a high quality and reliable product.