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Natural State of Kind’s mission for our customers, is first, to be the go-to source for the best in Non-GMO, natural, top of the line genetic, premium quality cannabis. Second, is to be the trusted educational resource and supplier, for currently available treatment methods, for varying conditions.

Not only do we offer different choices of this medicine, but we customize to the individual needs of our customers. In fact, Medical Cannabis is one of the most customizable medical treatments that is available now to Americans. If you are experiencing pain, incapacitated due to seizures, have the inability to keep food down, or are having issues with sleeping, we have the solution for your need. If you need to function during work, we can even customize the dosage and strain, so you are not inhibited and are able to function productively without concern.

Natural State of Kind offers every type of ingestion method. Ingestion methods bring differing responses, for everyone. So, we will work individually with each customer to tailor their intake approach, to what will work best for them and their medical needs.

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Top 10 Benefits

Cannabis Helps Many Conditions, We Have Identified the Top 10
Top 10 Benefits of Cannabis / Marijuana

1 - Cancer

At the California Pacific Medical Center, researchers have discovered that the active ingredients in cannabis can stop cancer from spreading by turning off the Id-1 gene. After researchers had treated breast cancer cells with cannabidiol in their laboratory, they found that the cells had less Id-1 expression and were less aggressively making copies of the gene to spread. Since marijuana is linked with anti-inflammatory activities that block cell growth and prevent the growth of blood vessels that supply tumors, the drug has also be found effective with cancer in the brain, lungs, prostate, cervix, and even pancreas.
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2 - Seizures

For patients diagnosed with epilepsy and other severe seizure disorders, cannabis has been linked to preventing seizures by regulating relaxation in the body. In the Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University found that THC is able to bind with brain cells that control excitability and decrease the occurrence of seizures.
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3 - Migraines

Cannabis has long been used for the treatment of migraines, but only in recent years have scientists closed in on the reasons why. A new study published this week from Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Colorado looked at the effects of inhaled and ingested cannabis in migraine sufferers, and the results confirmed what previous studies had begun to unearth.
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4 - Glaucoma

Cannabis can be used to treat and prevent the eye disease glaucoma, which increases pressure in the eyeball, damaging the optic nerve and causing loss of vision. Cannabis decreases the pressure inside the eye, according to the National Eye Institute: “Studies in the early 1970s showed that cannabis, when smoked, lowered intraocular pressure (IOP) in people with normal pressure and those with glaucoma.” These effects of the drug may slow the progression of the disease, preventing blindness.
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5 - Multiple Sclerosis

Cannabis may ease painful symptoms of multiple sclerosis, a study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal in May suggests. Jody Corey-Bloom studied 30 multiple sclerosis patients with painful contractions in their muscles. These patients didn’t respond to other treatments, but after smoking marijuana, for a few days, they were in less pain. The THC in the cannabis binds to receptors in the nerves and muscles to relieve pain. Other studies suggest that the chemical also helps control the muscle spasms.
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6 - CHEMO Side Effects

The medical benefits of cannabis are no secret. In October 2003, the government patented medical marijuana under US Patent # 6630507, which mentions the antioxidant properties of cannabinoids. The patent also identifies the active chemicals in cannabis that cause drug-like effects on the body and cites their benefits for patients going through chemo, radiation, or other sources of oxidative stress.
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7 - ADD / ADHD

“Cannabis appears to treat ADD and ADHD by increasing the availability of dopamine,” Dr. Bearman wrote. “This then has the same effect but is a different mechanism of action than stimulants like Ritalin (methylphenidate) and Dexedrine amphetamine, which act by binding to the dopamine and interfering with the metabolic breakdown of dopamine.” Put simply, the compounds found in cannabis, called cannabinoids, could potentially correct the dopamine deficiency observed in ADD/ADHD patients if dosed appropriately and administered safely.
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8 - Crohn's

Patients who have been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and other inflammatory bowel disorders can reap health benefits from using cannabis too. Within the Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, a study found that cannabis can block the cannabinoids in our bodies that amplify the permeability of the intestines and help regulate bacteria in the gut for improved intestinal functioning. In fact, five of the 11 patients with Crohn’s disease experienced a complete remission with cannabis.
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9 - Alzheimer’s

Cannabis may be able to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, a study led by Kim Janda of the Scripps Research Institute suggests. The 2006 study, published in the journal Molecular Pharmaceutics, found that THC, the active chemical in cannabis, slows the formation of amyloid plaques by blocking the enzyme in the brain that makes them. These plaques are what kill brain cells and cause Alzheimer’s.
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10 - Traumatic Injury

There is some evidence that cannabis can help heal the brain after a concussion or other traumatic injury. A recent study in the journal Cerebral Cortex showed that in mice, marijuana lessened the bruising of the brain and helped with healing mechanisms after a traumatic injury. Harvard professor emeritus of psychiatry and marijuana advocate Lester Grinspoon recently wrote an open letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, saying the NFL should stop testing players for cannabis, and that the league should start funding research into the plant’s ability to protect the brain. “Already, many doctors and researchers believe that cannabis has incredibly powerful neuroprotective properties, an understanding based on both laboratory and clinical data,” he writes. Goodell recently said that he’d consider permitting athletes to use cannabis if medical research shows that it’s an effective neuroprotective agent.
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