Cannabis – From Controversy to Cure?

by Inyanga Farms

Cannabis is sure getting it’s fair share of publicity these days and most of it is positive. This lowly drug that has been condemned for so long is finally getting it’s place in the spotlight and being recognized for the powerful medicinal value it is having on many people.

Over the past couple of years we have been hearing a lot about CBD, which is a cannabinoid in the cannabis plant just like THC. The difference being that THC is what gets you high and CBD has no psychoactive qualities at all. Dr. Sanjay Gupta did a 3 part documentary series for CNN (find it on You Tube) all about the medicinal qualities of cannabis, especially CBD for children with serious epilepsy. CBD is great for many ailments, a few include: anxiety, stress, ADD/ADHD, Bipolar, OCD, PTSD, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, cancer, migraines, pain, insomnia, cramps, arthritis, and the list goes on. National Geographic had a huge article in their June 2015 issue all about High CBD cannabis and the research that is now happening with many of the other 110 cannabinoids found in the marijuana plant. Texas and Florida, which have not yet legalized Medical Marijuana dispensaries, is now allowing high CBD strains to be grown for medicinal purposes. There is definitely progress happening and skeptics are now beginning to see that maybe there is something to this controversial plant.

Inyanga Farms is located in beautiful Southern Oregon in the heart of the grape vines and pear orchards. We specialize in growing high CBD cannabis strains, which we then process and make wonderful healing oils and extracts.

At this time our products are only sold at medical marijuana dispensaries to patients who hold an Oregon Medical Marijuana Card. However once the retail market hits (as early as October they’re now saying) our products will be available to the public through retail stores. Our website contains a list of the dispensaries we supply our product to and also the products available.

As of this month it is now legal to grow 4 plants per household. Growing cannabis is not as easy as putting a seed in the ground. Inyanga Farms is giving workshops on various growing techniques as well as making your own edibles and tinctures. Please visit our website if this is something you might be interested in. www.inyangafarms.com