Welcome all friends to Kind Spirits.net, where we pride ourselves on being "The Extract Experts"
We aim to help patients regain ownership of the life they were intended to have, through the safe and legal use of prescription medicinal cannabis.
Like "Doc" Wilbur says "Start by being kind to yourself."
Note: Kind Spirits High Quality Cannabis Extract is for medicinal use only.
So Who are We?
We are medical patients, just like you, who legally use cannabis to relieve our pain and suffering,
regain our sight, and allow our lives to be more worth living.
Kind Spirits utilizes an ancient neutral spirits extraction process to free the medicinally useful cannabinoids from the cannabis flowers, while suspending these key oils in an easy-to-use liquid form known as a "tincture."
Quality is our first priority, so only top medicinal-grade cannabis FLOWERS are used in our production process -- no seeds, stems, or clippings here! Bamboo-filtered for purity and individually batch-tested for potency and quality, you can expect Kind Spirits to deliver only the best product, every time.
Q: What is Cannabis?
A: A genus of flowering plants that includes three putative species, Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, and Cannabis ruderalis. Much more commonly known as marijuana it has been actively cultivated for centuries for it's medicinal properties.
Q: What medical conditions can be affected positively by cannabis?
A: While the use of "medical marijuana" is still somewhat contreversial in the United States; In a collection of writings on medical marijuana by 45 researchers, a literature review on the medicinal uses of Cannabis and cannabinoids concluded that established uses include easing of nausea and vomiting, anorexia, and weight loss; "well-confirmed effect" was found in the treatment of spasticity, painful conditions (i.e. neurogenic pain), movement disorders, asthma, and glaucoma. Reported but "less-confirmed" effects included treatment of allergies, inflammation, infection, epilepsy, depression, bipolar disorders, anxiety disorder, dependency and withdrawal. Basic level research was being carried out at the time on autoimmune disease, cancer, neuroprotection, fever, disorders of blood pressure.
Clinical trials conducted by the American Marijuana Policy Project, have shown the efficacy of cannabis as a treatment for cancer and AIDS patients, who often suffer from clinical depression, and from nausea and resulting weight loss due to chemotherapy and other aggressive treatments. A synthetic version of the cannabinoid THC named dronabinol has been shown to relieve symptoms of anorexia and reduce agitation in elderly Alzheimer's patients. Dronabinol has been approved for use with anorexia in patients with HIV/AIDS and chemotherapy-related nausea. This drug, while demonstrating the effectiveness of Cannabis at combating several disorders, is more expensive and less available than whole cannabis and has not been shown to be effective or safe.
Glaucoma, a condition of increased pressure within the eyeball causing gradual loss of sight, can be treated with medical marijuana to decrease this intraocular pressure. There has been debate for 25 years on the subject. Some studies have shown a reduction of IOP in glaucoma patients who smoke cannabis, but the effects are generally short-lived. There exists some concern over its use since it can also decrease blood flow to the optic nerve. Marijuana lowers IOP by acting on a cannabinoid receptor on the ciliary body called the CB receptor. Although Cannabis may not be the best therapeutic choice for glaucoma patients, it may lead researchers to more effective treatments. A promising study shows that agents targeted to ocular CB receptors can reduce IOP in glaucoma patients who have failed other therapies.
Medical cannabis is also used for analgesia, or pain relief. It is also reported to be beneficial for treating certain neurological illnesses such as epilepsy, and bipolar disorder. Case reports have found that Cannabis can relieve tics in people with obsessive compulsive disorder and Tourette syndrome. Patients treated with tetrahydrocannabinol, the main psychoactive chemical found in Cannabis, reported a significant decrease in both motor and vocal tics, some of 50% or more. Some decrease in obsessive-compulsive behavior was also found. A recent study has also concluded that cannabinoids found in Cannabis might have the ability to prevent Alzheimer's disease. THC has been shown to reduce arterial blockages.
Another potential use for medical cannabis is movement disorders. Cannabis is frequently reported to reduce the muscle spasms associated with multiple sclerosis; this has been acknowledged by the Institute of Medicine, but it noted that these abundant anecdotal reports are not well-supported by clinical data. Evidence from animal studies suggests that there is a possible role for cannabinoids in the treatment of certain types of epileptic seizures. A synthetic version of the major active compound in Cannabis, THC, is available in capsule form as the prescription drug dronabinol (Marinol) in many countries. The prescription drug Sativex, an extract of cannabis administered as a sublingual spray, has been approved in Canada for the treatment of multiple sclerosis. Find more about medical cannabis on Wikipedia
Q: Why does Kind Spirits taste so strong?
A: Keeping the cannabinoid oils in a state of suspension requires a solution that is around 75% alcohol by volume. Kind Spirits utilizes neutral pure grain spirits for it's extraction process. It is important to keep the alcohol content in mind when taking Kind Spirits™ like "Doc" says "Go easy folks, Just a little provides plenty of defense against the blast."
"Doc" Wilbur and the rest of the crew here at Kind Spirits love to hear from patients.
Questions about our products? Contact us! firstname.lastname@example.org
Kind Spirits are only available for sale at state licensed medical cannabis dispensaries. If you are the proprietor of a licensed dispensary and would like to add Kind Spirits to your product offerings, please email email@example.com with your inquiry.
Wilbur Wright, or “Doc” Wilbur as he is affectionately known in these parts, is half medicine man, half chemist, half hallucination and all kinds of fun.
Born and raised in the remote high mountains of Olympia, Washington, “Doc” spent years perfecting the alchemy behind Kind Spirits™ Cannabis Extract, he stumbled upon nature’s secret when he inadvertently located one of his homebrew distilleries smack in the middle of a guerilla gardener’s hidden cannabis field. The two struck up a quick friendship and business agreement. To this day, you’ll find Wilbur tending the fires of that very same still, making top quality batches of delicious and medicinal Kinds Spirits™ Cannabis Extract.