About NaturaLeaf, a Colorado Springs Medical Cannabis Dispensary Family, Powered by American Cannabis Company, Inc. (OTCQB: AMMJ)
At Naturaleaf, patient care and advocacy are the number one priority. Our team strives to offer exceptionally high-quality medicine and provide excellent one-on-one service and support for our patients. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will take time to walk you through the variety of product options we offer and help you find the most effective treatment plan for your specific needs!
In April of 2021, Naturaleaf was acquired by American Cannabis Company, Inc. (OTCQB: AMMJ) (“ACC”). Established as a premiere consulting firm offering end-to-end solutions for those wishing to commence or improve operations within regulated markets, the ACC brand is constantly working to stay on the cutting edge of cannabis. Having added Naturaleaf to its portfolio, ACC aims to continue serving to meet the needs of the rapidly developing cannabis industry.
Naturaleaf is very active in community events that promote positive ongoing government changes affecting patient rights and health. We are a full-service patient resource center for all our members and we carry a wide range of high-quality cannabis products for any budget.
We strive to give our patients a choice in finding the right product(s) for their conditions and our patient specialists can answer many cannabis related questions.
Our patient specialists are trained to answer any concerns you or a loved one may have when it comes to cannabis, and we always put our patient’s interests first. Opiate narcotics and other pharmacy medications cannot compare to the NATURAL RELIEF found at Naturaleaf.
If you or someone you know could benefit from medical cannabis, please call us for more information on how to become a qualified patient today.
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Pharmacology of Cannabis
The herbal cannabinoids found in cannabis include:
- THC-tetrahydrocannabinol: stimulant, muscle-relaxer, appetite stimulant, antidepressant, euphoric, bronchiodialting, hypotensive and has analgesic effects
- CBD-cannabidiol: sedative and analgesic effect
- CBN-cannabinol:anti-epileptic effect and mildly psychoactive
- CBG-cannabigerol: antibiotic, sedative effect, lowers interocular pressure
- CBC-cannabicyclol: sedative and analgesic effect
- THCV-tetrahydrocannabivarin: found primarily in African and Asian strains increased the speed and intensity of THC effect
Side effects from medical cannabis include:
- Dizziness from lowered blood pressure. Be sure to tell your caregiver if you have blood pressure issues and closely monitor the effects of the cannabis you consum
- A decrease in coordination and cognition. Short term memory loss may occur while medicated with certain varieties
- Heart rate and/ or blood pressure may initially increase which may effect patients with severe anxiety or heart conditions
- Effects will vary between individuals and with various varieties
Your caregiver should always be informed of any conditions that may impact the use of medical cannabis.
Species of Cannabis
Cannabis Sativais thought to have originated in Asia or Europe. The larger of the strains, sativa has been known to grow to heights of 20 to 25 feet outdoors. Due to the size of the plant, sativa is commonly used for the fiber content. This tall strain provides long strands of fiber. Generally, sativa is higher in THC and lower in CBD than the indica species of the plant. Sativa species have a more energetic type of effect when compared to indica species.
Cannabis Indicais believed to have originated in Asia close to the Himalayas. Currently cultivated throughout the world, indica species are generally higher in CBD and lower in THC than sativa species. Indica species generally will produce a more relaxing and calm effect on patients.
Cannabis ruderalis was first found in Eastern Europe where it can still be found growing wild. Referred to as “ditch weed” this species does not grow tall but can tolerate harsh climates that would most certainly kill sativa or indica plants. Cannabis ruderalis has a lower THC content and not in demand for medicinal purposes. Visit our medical marijuana strain guideto learn more about the different medical marijuana strains.