Welcome to Cannaceutics, Inc. We are your #1 source for information and organically grown medicine in the state of New Mexico. We are here to provide licensed medical cannabis patients with the necessary information and medicine needed to alleviate symptoms caused by debilitating conditions. We offer a wide variety of cannabis products, all of which have been produced with the highest quality ingredients available. We do not use toxic chemicals, pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, or synthetic growth hormones. All of our products have been grown and handled according to strict procedures. We strive to offer the highest quality medication and service available.
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We are often asked, how do I know the strength of my homemade butter and edibles? We want to help you better understand your homemade medicine to ensure you are properly dosing yourself.
There is a simple formula you can follow to calculate the THC milligrams of your homemade butter. If you prefer to skip this step and simplify your life, Cannaceutics also offers CannaButter and we provide the THC milligrams for you.
Fall is here and we have been on the hunt for fun ways we can begin using our new obsession, Cannabis Honey. We found a tasty treat you can easily dose and spread on to muffins, waffles, pancakes, toast, etc. We present to you, Whipped Pumpkin Honey Butter!
As the pages on the calendar turn and we move into fall, I’m reminded of waking up on chilly mornings smelling apples baking. My grandma could cook, ladies and gents, and this treat was like having dessert for breakfast. The only complicated thing about the recipe is coring an apple; how many of you have an actual apple corer in one of your kitchen drawers? I know I don’t. I use a thin paring knife with a 6″ blade, like you would use for filleting fish, and a metal spoon. Cut a cylinder around the core as best you can and dig the core out with the spoon – it’s a bit of work, but there’s really no way to screw it up. If you accidentally cut all the way through and leave a hole, don’t worry about it. Just use a small baking dish that lets the liquid ingredients cover the bottom of the apple, and it will absorb all the tasty goodness.
Our friends over at VICE have an interesting piece about the unusual professions the cannabis industry is spawning, like “cannabis critics”, the people who sample new strains and tell you all about them. Since cannabis is still a Schedule 1 drug and consequently no one can do true, recorded research, dispensaries and producers have long had to rely on feedback from users in order to be able to describe their medicine’s unique qualities. At Cannaceutics, our strain characteristics and reviews come from our patients telling us how the medicine affected them.
“We are the frontline guinea pigs for legalization. We try these various strains to show that there’s a very big difference between them, and different people need them for different reasons,” [critic Jake] Browne continues. “The more that becomes normalized, the better we’ll be able to serve people.”
The normalization of the cannabis industry is important in the sense that cannabis is still seen by many people as a dangerous, addictive drug that will definitely lead to other, harder drugs. It helps to see a cannabis review in a mainstream newspaper, rather than in an alternative weekly publication, or not at all. It’s a positive thing that cannabis users come from all walks of life, from many income levels, and many segments of society. The old “stoner stereotype” doesn’t really fit the majority of patients anymore, either. Sure, you’ll still see plenty of tie-dye and Birkenstocks in dispensary waiting rooms, but you’ll see more and more professionals in business dress, parents bringing their kids with them to pick up medicine, and retired people, just like in a pharmacy.
Check out the column at VICE for a look at cannabis criticism.
“Wednesday’s action was a setback, but it doesn’t mean the measure is dead. A version of the same MMJ protections is included in the Senate appropriations bill that was approved in July. That means the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer language might survive in the final version of the bill hammered out in a joint House-Senate reconciliation committee.
Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR), the amendment’s cosponsor, noted in a tweet that a vast majority of Americans and members of Congress supported the rights of medical marijuana patients…”
Read more at Leafly.