Toxic or Healthful? Mitragyna Speciosa (see: Wikipedia), which is commonly called as Kratom1 , from the coffee family, is a tropical herb that grows predominantly in the Southeast Asian countries like Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Sumatra. Kratom contains a chemical called Mitragynine (see: Wikipedia)2 . It serves like a medicine drug such as codeine and[…]
Pixie Dust or Healthful? There are countless studies of vitamins, minerals and “super” foods that are filled with antioxidants marketed as great immunity boosters for dogs and cats. Mushrooms are just one of these foods. If added into a dog or cats’ diet, current thinking dictate that we can increase their leukocyte count and therefore[…]
Cannabis for Pets Republished with permission from Sensi Seeds. Original article by Olivier, published 15/02/2018. Medicinal cannabis for pets? It may sound a bit strange initially, but when you think about it, it actually makes a lot of sense. Dogs, for example, have more cannabinoid receptors than any other animals. This presents both opportunities and[…]
What is the endocannabinoid system and how does it work? A beginner’s guide Republished with permission from Sensi Seeds. Original article by Scarlet Palmer, published 27/08/2018. Simply put, the endocannabinoid system is an essential biological network similar to the central nervous system, in that it is vital to the healthy functioning of bodies and it[…]
Whey is one of the two proteins found in milk. Whey protein is found in milk during the process of making cheese. It separates from the casein protein found in milk as a by-product of the cheese making process and is considered a complete protein.