Ailment Guide

Some cannabinoids bind more selectively to certain receptors and are more specific for desired medical usage.  Use our ailment guide to find the medicine best suited to your needs. View PDF version.











Relieves Pain 

 X  X    X  X      

Supresses Appetite/Helps with Weight Loss 


Kills or Slows Bacteria Growth 

   X  X          

Reduces Blood Sugar Levels 

   X  X          

Reduces Seizures and Convulsion  

   X        X    

Treats Fungal Infection  


Reduces Inflammation  

   X  X    X    X  X

Aids Sleep 


Reduces Risk of Artery Blockage


Inhibits Cell Growth in Tumors/Cancer Cells 

   X  X    X    X  X

Treats Psoriasis 


Tranquilizing, Used to Manage Psychosis 


Supresses Muscle Spasms 

 X  X    X      X  

Relieves Anxiety 


Stimulates Appetite


Promotes Bone Growth

   X    X  X    

Reduces Function in the Immune System


Protects Nervous System Degeneration

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What Are Cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids are a type of active compound present throughout the cannabis plant.
Although THC is the most well-known cannabinoid, there are in fact many others that contribute to cannabis’ expansive array of medicinal benefits.

Cannabinoids have been shown to prevent nausea, vomiting, and pain in cancer patients, treat migraines, and inhibit the growth of tumour cells in culture and animal models, among a myriad of other benefits.

Cannabinoid profiling can help you and your doctor identify the best medicine for your symptoms.

Why Test?

Cannabis testing provides consumers with important information about the quality of their medicine. As is the case with all pharmaceutical companies, cannabis providers should be subject to third party certification. Why? The answer is obvious: credibility.

Ailment Guide

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