Cannabis is a popular drug. Slowly it’s becoming more socially acceptable for people of all ages. But that doesn’t mean marijuana is safe, especially in terms of detoxing.
There are several myths concerning THC detox; so much so that many users perform it without any health concerns.
Below is a list of THC detox myths and facts to consider. But before that, here’s a brief explanation of what detoxing is.
THC Detox: What Is Detoxing?
As you abstain from consuming marijuana, your body is able to flush THC out of the system. While the process could be easy for some, others may find it difficult; it mostly depends on how heavily one has been consuming marijuana and whether or not they were doing it for medical purposes.
Some of the side effects of THC detox are as follows:
- Loss of appetite, etc.
Usually, it takes up to 15 days before your system is clean—that is if you’re an occasional user. However, reports suggest that heavy users should abstain from pot usage for about 77 days. Now, if you have a drug test next week at the office, it’s likely to try some unusual things to cheat the test—this is where we cue in.
Here are some common myths and facts regarding THC detox you should know about.
Myth no. 1: All It Takes Is an Ungodly Amount of Water
False. Also referred to as “dilution” or ‘flushing,” this myth indicates that drinking a lot of water dilutes your urine just enough to make THC completely undetectable.
Fact: It’s Dangerous
Excessive water consumption is dangerous and may cause hyperhydration, which, in turn, can also lead to electrolyte disorders. When you dilute urine excessively, it’ll have a decreased specific creatinine and gravity level—both of these are identified during the drug testing process.
Myth no. 2: Fake Urine is Key
No. You will find a bunch of firms selling synthetic urine online. As far as stories go, some people have claimed to use chicken broth as a substitute, even though it lacks all of the chemical properties of urine.
Fact: Lab Test Are No Joke
It would be silly to assume that a highly trained lab specialist will be tricked by chicken noodle soup broth. The chemical properties and analysis are sure to catch you, if not the smell. And it’s the same story with fake urine.
Myth no. 3: Natural Diuretics Help to Flush Toxins Out of the System
Diuretics are essentially substances that boost urine production, as well as output. Some of the most popular diuretics are tea, coffee, cranberry juice, beer, and pretty much any beverages with caffeine. Furthermore, there are medications like Modil or Lasix that claim to work.
Fact: They Do Not Eliminate Toxins
While diuretics can make you urinate, they don’t eliminate THC. Of course, they can remove toxins from your body and reduce metabolites’ concentration in urine. However, the consumption of diuretic is similar to drinking plenty of water concerning detox purposes.
Myth no. 4: Intense Exercise Is the Answer
THC is stored in the fat cells of our body. Therefore, the more body fat one has, the longer it will take to detox. Solid exercise like resistance training and cardio can burn fat and boost your metabolism.
Fact: It’s Not a Short-Term Fix
You must exercise on a regular basis to stay healthy, fit, and make sure your weight is under control. But it’s by no means a magic “THC detox getaway card.” Exercising regularly may help to pass the test, but keep in mind that it’s a slow process; not one that can be achieved overnight.
Myth no. 5: “I am only a passive smoker.”
When everything else fails, some people claim to be in a room full of heavy smokers; hence they did not pass the drug test. As interesting as it may sound, the world doesn’t work that way.
Fact: You Cannot Inhale Smoke From Other People’s Bong and Use It As Defense
All drug tests have a certain cut-off level. A urinalysis for cannabis, in most cases, has its cut-off point at 50 ng per milliliter, and you simply cannot reach that point through passive inhalation.
So, the time has come for a THC detox. Maybe you have a drug test coming up or decided to take a tolerance break and want to cleanse your body before starting anew. Regardless of the reason, we hope you’ll consider the myths and facts concerning THC detox mentioned in this article. Also, it’s always good to consult with a doctor beforehand.
About the author: Kathrin Garner is an enthusiastic journalist and writes article on social issues. As an activist, she takes part in NCSM program, which is a discussion platform on the relevant cannabis topics. So, if you want to know how to detox from weed, feel free to contact her. Also, she is a volunteer at Marijuana Detox. She searches for current issues, and writes about it to a wide range of readers.
Hobo Cannabis Company Secures Majority Market Share in Vancouver with Launch of Fourth Location
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb. 18, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Hobo Cannabis Company (“Hobo”) today announces the opening of its newest retail store, located in the heart of Vancouver’s shopping district on Robson Street (1173 Robson Street). This marks the company’s fifth location province-wide, and fourth location in Vancouver, granting Hobo majority market share in the city with the launch of this 2,100 square foot store.
“We’re proud to be further investing in the growth of the cannabis industry and the local community at home on the West Coast,” said Harrison Stoker, VP Brand at Donnelly Group. “As the new year kicks off, we’re so thankful for all that we’ve achieved this past year as we’ve grown Hobo here, in Vancouver, and look forward to bringing Hobo Cannabis Company to more communities across Canada throughout 2020.”The new location features a carefully curated lobby entrance and new design elements to support the rollout of Cannabis 2.0 products including vaporizers and edibles. Hobo Robson will also showcase the company’s first terpene bar: an interactive experience that presents cannabis’ common terpenes as everyday smells, distilled into aromatic essential oil blends by the experts at the group’s Barber & Co laboratory in downtown Vancouver. The bar, which was first previewed at Lift&Co Expo Vancouver in January, will feature terpenes including Myrcene (Herbal), Limonene (Citrus), Caryophyllene (Spice), Terpinolene (Herbaceous), Pinene (Pine), Linalool (Floral) and aims to help buyers explore and get to know their favourite cannabis strains in a new way.This news follows the company’s announcement of three upcoming Ontario locations, including the first legal cannabis retail store in Timmins, as well as a location in Ottawa’s historic ByWard Market, and another in the neighbourhood of Nepean. The announcement comes ahead of the company’s market entry into the prairie provinces, with three locations currently under construction in Alberta.About Hobo Cannabis CompanyHobo Cannabis Company, a Donnelly Group venture, is a Canadian collection of privately-owned retail cannabis stores with locations in B.C., Ontario, and Alberta. As a testament to Hobo’s commitment to the consumer experience and making the cannabis buying experience disarming, compassionate and human, Hobo will employ a contemporary aesthetic rooted in simple, functional design and feature a well-considered product range and frictionless technology.Hobo Cannabis Company’s five locations now include Robson (1173 Robson Street, Vancouver), Kitsilano (1952 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver), Airport (8425 Granville Street, Vancouver), Main (4296 Main Street, Vancouver), and Kelowna (2121 Springfield Road, Kelowna) offering consumers a selection of five cannabis intents: Move (THC dominant), Lift (THC leaning), Balance (equal parts THC to CBD), Calm (CBD dominant), and Rest (THC dominant). For more information, visit https://hobo.ca.Media Contact
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Agritek Holdings, Inc. Named Number One Short Term Cannabis Stock on Top 25 List by CANNAINVESTOR Magazine for Week of February 17th 2020
LOS ANGELES, CA, Feb. 18, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NEWMEDIAWIRE — Agritek Holdings, Inc. (AGTK) www.AgritekHoldings.com, a fully integrated, active real estate investor and white label provide for popular hemp brands, today announced that the Company was named the number one from a list of 25 undervalued cannabis companies as the top short term investment by CANNAINVESTOR Magazine this week.
Christina Lake Cannabis Conducts Management Changes
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb. 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Christina Lake Cannabis Corp. (the “Company” or “CLC” or “Christina Lake Cannabis”) announces today that Mr. Benjamin Asuncion has resigned as a director and Mr. Arie Prins has stepped down as President, Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”) and a director of the Company effective immediately. The board of directors has appointed Mr. Joel Dumaresq, Director and Chief Financial Officer as the Company’s interim-CEO to replace Mr. Prins.
Mr. Dumaresq has been active in Christina Lake Cannabis since the outset and will manage the Company through its planned public listing, pending Health Canada licensing, and planned cultivation and processing phases.Over the past 15 months, Mr. Prins oversaw the acquisition, buildout and construction of CLC’s 131-acre outdoor grow facility as well as the recent submission to Health Canada of the Company’s final evidence package in conjunction with its application for a Standard Cultivation License. Christina Lake Cannabis is also pleased to announce that Nicco Dehaan, a sizable investor in, and director of the Company since its founding, has agreed to assume the role of Chief Operating Officer of CLC. Mr. Dehaan is highly experienced in the industry having held for over seven years a license for the growing of medical Cannabis. Nicco will be responsible for overseeing all of CLC’s cultivation and processing operations along with expansion on the Company’s ‘131-acre owned-property’ and over ‘200 acre optioned-property’, once the necessary licenses have been secured.The Company further announces the immediate formation of an advisory committee to provide management with input and advice as the Company nears production. Christina Lake Cannabis is pleased to welcome Mr. Gil Playford and Mr. Mervin Boychuk to the Advisory Committee. Mr. Asuncion will remain involved with Christina Lake Cannabis as an advisor to the Company, and has chosen to vacate his Board position in order to make room on the Board for individuals with direct operational experience.Gil Playford, presently one of Christina Lake Cannabis’ largest shareholders with over a 10% ownership, is a seasoned senior mining executive and founder of LionOre Mining International, with nickel and gold assets in Africa and Australia. In 2007, Mr. Playford spearheaded the sale of LionOre Mining to Norislk Nickel for C$6.8 billion in cash. Mr. Playford started his professional career with Union Carbide Corp. for 25 years and various senior executive positions including Managing Director in Switzerland, Belgium and Germany. Mr. Playford also was the Chairman and CEO of Union Carbide Canada and Chief Financial Officer of Union Carbide in New York. He became Chairman and CEO of UCAR Carbon, a joint venture with Mitsubishi and took the partnership public as GrafTech International. Mr. Playford is presently Chairman and CEO of Bearing Lithium Corp. (BRZ-TSXV), a mineral and exploration development company listed on the Toronto Venture Stock Exchange (TSXV). Gil holds an Engineering Degree from McGill University in Montreal and a Master’s in Business Administration from York University in Toronto.Mervin Boychuk is a serial entrepreneur having founded, built, and sold four private businesses over his 35-year career. Mr. Boychuk joined South Rock Ltd, a private road construction company, in 1978 and subsequently became President & CEO in 1980. Under his guidance, the company grew from 20 employees to over 350, with annual revenues in excess of C$180 million, before subsequently selling to Aecon Group Inc. in 2009. During his tenure at South Rock, Merv co-founded RecycleWest, a waste oil collection and supply company, which was later sold to Newalta in 1995. In 1996, Merv co-founded EnviroWest which serviced the BC, Alberta, and Saskatchewan vacuum truck sludge and waste oil collection markets. EnviroWest was sold to GFL Environmental in 2010, a large waste management company which employs over 8,850 people. Merv is a significant shareholder in Christina Lake Cannabis and continues to be active in the family-owned waste treatment business in Calgary and Edmonton. Commented Joel Dumaresq, “I would like to personally thank Arie for his leadership during the construction of what we believe is Canada’s premier outdoor grow facility. As we await Health Canada approval of our cultivation application, and further as we prepare for our public listing, our operational capabilities have been greatly enhanced with the addition of Nicco, along with Gil and Merv, two highly-accomplished private entrepreneurs and operators.”About Christina Lake Cannabis Corp.Christina Lake Cannabis Corp is a late-stage applicant under the Cannabis Act, having submitted its Statement of Readiness and Evidence Package for a Standard Cultivation License, in addition to a Research and Development License. CLC’s facility is comprised of a 32-acre property, which includes over 870,000 square feet of outdoor grow space, offices, propagation and drying rooms. CLC plans to cultivate cannabis using strains specifically developed for outdoor cultivation and it is planning to produce up to 17,700 kg from its 32-acre facility before developing it’s adjoining 99-acre expansion property, which will bring it’s cultivation footprint to over 4.35 million square feet or over 88,000 kg of low-cost, high-quality, sun-grown cannabis annually.For more information about CLC, please visit: www.clcannabis.comNote Regarding Forward-Looking Information and StatementsForward-Looking Information: This news release includes certain statements that may be deemed “forward-looking statements”. The use of any of the words “anticipate”, “continue”, “estimate”, “expect”, “may”, “will”, “would”, “project”, “should”, “believe” and similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements. Although the Company believes that the expectations and assumptions on which the forward-looking statements are based are reasonable, undue reliance should not be placed on the forward-looking statements because the Company can give no assurance that they will prove to be correct. Since forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their very nature they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. These statements speak only as of the date of this News Release. Actual results could differ materially from those currently anticipated due to a number of factors and risks including various risk factors discussed in the Company’s disclosure documents which can be found under the Company’s profile on www.sedar.comOn behalf of:“Joel Dumaresq”
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