AMERICAN CANNABIS
NURSES ASSOCIATION

Biotic and Abiotic Factors

  • 02 Jan 2015 3:04 PM
    Message # 3179767
    Deleted user

    Introduction: Cannabis sativa x indica is a plant composed of hundreds of different chemical compounds including over 60 cannabinoid molecules. Cannabis that is grown for patient use must be free of biological or chemical contamination and of specific cannabinoid profile and concentration to effectively treat a medical condition. This defines medical-grade cannabis. The standards of practice of the nursing profession combined with direct patient care, place nurses in an ideal position to teach patients how to grow, preserve and use cannabis safely. Anyone who intends to cultivate cannabis for medical use should educate themselves by purchasing a text like “Marijuana Grower’s Guide” by Mel Frank.

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    Date: January 06 2014


    Last modified: 05 Jan 2015 5:38 PM | Deleted user


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