At the Cannabis Business Awards in December, the AeroInhaler was crowned 2017’s most innovative product, catapulting the world’s only live resin inhaler into national prominence.
Who would have thought that medical marijuana would be the latest investment of the future?
Medical marijuana is being embraced on a colossal scale, as more and more dispensaries open their doors countrywide. Before we consider what’s to come, step back in time to 2737 BC, when Chinese Emperor Fu Hsi first referenced the healing properties of marijuana. Delving deeper into the historical timeline of marijuana as medicine, we discover how the cannabis plant is described as one of the “most important of 10,000 medicinal plants” in the ancient Venidad texts, circa 700 BC.
Get this: Between the years 1850 and 1942, the United States Pharmacopeia approved medical cannabis as a prescribed treatment for nausea, malaria, rheumatism and labor-related pain. Governmental restrictions and laws soon became tense, until subsequent studies exposed the positive health effects of recreational marijuana and medical marijuana use. Now, lawmakers across America (not to mention the rest of the world) are working hard to prioritize medical cannabis legalization.
Currently, 29 US states have given cannabis oil the green light as a treatment for a vast array of illnesses, diseases and life-impairing conditions, including epilepsy, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease. Turning over $3.2 billion in 2017, the cannabinoid-focused pharmaceuticals market is projected to hit $50 billion between 2020 and 2029, proving an undeniably promising fate for the medical cannabis industry.
What are the health benefits of medical marijuana and how can a THC inhaler help?
Medical marijuana is continuously being tested for scientific and medical purposes. When extracted from the marijuana plant, naturally-occurring compounds like tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) boast potent medicinal qualities. In fact, THC oil and cannabis oil concentrates have even been advocated by the National Cancer Institute as an effective therapy for cancer patients!
Cannabis oil can be consumed in privacy with the use of a THC inhaler. Based on clinical research, enjoying a THC distillate by using an aerosol delivery system has been known to treat and ease the following medical ailments and conditions:
- Bipolar Disorder
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Cancer-related Nausea/Vomiting
- Appetite/Weight Loss
- Chronic Pain
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
What is a THC inhaler and how can the Quest Aero Inhaler improve my health?
Portable and handheld, a medical marijuana inhaler functions by delivering a measured dosage of THC oil per puff. Clinical trials, studies and case reports have demonstrated the ease of use, safety and medical efficacy of metered-dose THC inhalers for the reduction of plasma HIV viral loads, nightmare prevention, and more than a 50 percent reduction in seizures caused by refractory epilepsy.
Unlike vaporizers, which are usually laden with chemicals, the Quest Aero Inhaler ensures safety and zero combustion. Water and freeze-proof, this THC inhaler is specially designed to guarantee a health-conscious delivery system for every user. Refined into THC distillate, the cannabis oil retains its mighty terpene flavor profile, minus the sedative effects of Indica and psychotropic highs caused by most Sativa strains.
So, what is the outlook for the medical marijuana industry?
Numerous medical institutions are persistently battling to eliminate marijuana’s status as a Schedule I controlled substance. Thankfully, medical marijuana is now legal for use in various places on the map, including the United States, Canada, Greece and the Netherlands. The cannabis oil market is flourishing, with innovative products making it possible for consumers to inhale pure THC distillate with added live resin terpenes.
Suitable for discretionary use, the THC inhaler from Quest Aero Inhaler is a prime example of evolution within this particular field. A safer choice for patients who are currently using prescribed opioid medications, the future of cannabis micro-dosing is looking just as bright as the LED lights used to cultivate high-yielding medical marijuana crops.
Most Innovative Product from the National Cannabis Business Awards
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