April 16, 2017

Q&A Video from King Harvest: Bipolar

Q: If someone is currently taking antianxiety and anticonvulsant medication, is it okay to use cannabis oil along with that?A: Absolutely. With Bipolar condition we can see ourselves being manic, we can see ourselves being depressive. Antianxiety medicines have their play, anticonvulsant medications also kind of broach into the realm into the antipsychotics.
May 28, 2017

Q&A Video from King Harvest: Depression and Anxiety

Q: How does cannabis oil help with depression and anxiety? A: Depression and anxiety are symptoms, in and of themselves they are opposites. Depression is running slow, anxiety is running a little bit fast. There are different types of cannabis strains that can cause symptoms of anxiety to be relieved and at the same time they can cause the body to either speed up a little bit or slow down a little bit.
August 31, 2017

Q&A Video from King Harvest: Fibromyalgia

Q: My Fibromyalgia makes it difficult for me to sleep, but I’m always tired. Can cannabis give me energy and help me sleep?A: Absolutely. So, Indica based cannabis oil at night will give you the ability to go back and get a full night’s sleep. The King Harvest Unwind bottle, 300 milligrams of Indica based cannabinoids, taken one hour before bed, that will give you a proper 6-8 night’s sleep
October 16, 2017

Treating Breast Cancer with Cannabis

Breast cancer is a majorly aggressive health concern for women worldwide. It is currently the second deadliest form of cancer for women. In fact, a woman born today has a 1 in 8 chance of being diagnosed with breast cancer during her lifetime (cancer.gov). In addition to its deadliness, it is also misunderstood and, due to the various types of breast cancer, difficult to treat.
October 20, 2017

Medical Cannabis for Arthritis

Arthritis is a seriously debilitating condition that causes pain, swelling, and stiffness in joints and limbs. It is estimated that one in ten people live with some form of arthritis in America (cdc.org, 2017). Essentially, 30 million American Citizens are disabled by arthritis and its debilitating side effects and recent polls show the number could actually be twice that amount!
October 31, 2017

Crohn’s Disease and Cannabis

The truth is that Crohn's Disease is simply awful. It intrudes into people's daily lives with sudden and extreme pain, often accompanied by an unpleasant trip to the restroom. Unfortunately, many patients suffering from Crohn's Disease do not obtain substantial relief from conventional medical treatments.
November 9, 2017

Treating Prostate Cancer with Cannabis

Prostate Cancer is a global public health problem. In America, 12.9 % of men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year, making it the most common form of cancer in men. An estimated 27,000 men will die of prostate cancer in 2017 alone (cancer.gov). Like many other types of cancer, prostate cancer is very difficult to treat-especially when the cancer becomes metastatic and begins to spread to other parts of the body.
December 11, 2017

Medical Cannabis for Multiple Sclerosis

Medical cannabis has had overwhelming success in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis for patients all over the world. Multiple Sclerosis, known colloquially as MS, is a very debilitating, painful, and in most cases incapacitating neurodegenerative disease. It affects the spinal cord, optic nerve, brain, and the body's immune system.
December 18, 2017

Treating Glioblastoma With Medical Cannabis

Glioblastoma is a destructive and aggressive form of cancer affecting the brain and spinal cord with a grim prognosis. Even after treatment with radiation and chemotherapy, most patients only live an average of 15 months (abta.org). There is no cure for gliomas (brain tumors) and the current treatment provides only minor relief.
December 13, 2018

Meet Our Team: Stephan

It was in January of 2014 when I received the most shocking news of my life. I had a suspicious lump underneath my right armpit which I knew wasn't normal and needed attention. A week prior, I had noticed the small lump. I figured it was a cyst or a sweat gland and brushed it off for a few days. When it grew from the size of a small pea to almost the size of an orange within a week, I knew something was wrong.