Why does BbHb have this on our website?
As you know BbHb is a fun loving community with a flirtatious edge. We have seen friendships blossom, relationships, marriages and even Bbhb babies that we couldn’t be happier to add to our extended family.
We love our members and community dearly and always wish and hope for the best for our Baggers throughout their triumphs and struggles.
We at BbHb have always been strong advocates for medicinal cannabis but found many roadblocks innofree express delivery, you are only out laying for the product you need.
We wouldn’t recommend something that we aren’t using ourselves, it’s great to say goodbye to addictive prescription meds that have many side effects and turn to one of natures best medicines and pass on the savings to our members. We are so excited to offer this, as you know BbHb don’t take sponsors, this is a passion project and one we believe in whole heartedly.
What is medicinal cannabis?
Medicinal cannabis, sometimes called medical marijuana, is the use of the cannabis sativa plant for any medical purpose. Medicinal cannabis is a drug that medical professionals can prescribe to treat or relieve symptoms of some medical conditions e.g., cancer pain.
Medicinal cannabis is made up of chemical substances called cannabinoids. The cannabis sativa plant has over 100 different cannabinoids. The two main cannabinoids used in medicinal preparations are Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD). Different medicinal cannabis products contain different amounts of these cannabinoids: some products contain mostly THC, some mostly CBD, or a combination of both THC and CBD.
Types of medicinal cannabis include:
- Oils, tinctures, and other extracts (e.g., CBD oil)
- Raw and dried cannabis
- Resin (hashish)
- Natural and synthetic cannabinoids (usually in capsule form)
What is medicinal cannabis used for?
Medicinal cannabis is mainly prescribed by doctors to assist with management of pain or symptoms associated with serious medical conditions, including:
- Cancer pain and/or symptoms.
- To relieve vomiting resulting from chemotherapy (a cancer treatment).
- Severe epilepsy (seizures).
- Treating muscle spasticity and pain in Multiple Sclerosis.
- Pain caused by nervous system damage.
- Insomnia and sleep apnoea
- Palliative care – to relieve pain or symptoms related to a terminal illness.
Who can access medicinal cannabis?
As the possession and use of non-medicinal cannabis is illegal in most Australian states and territories, special permission is needed to access cannabis for medicinal purposes. Only registered Australian Doctors can apply for approval to prescribe cannabis for medical purposes. Once approved, Doctors may then prescribe medicinal cannabis for management of some conditions under the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) Special Access Scheme (SAS).