APE BERRY
Category: STRAINS
Tags: APE BERRY BLACKBERRY CROSSES APOTHECARY

Apothecary® Genetics Ape Berry

(Indica)

Creators: Icemaster

Genetics: GRAPE APE X BLACKBERRYMALE

Flowering Indoor: 6-7 weeks with a yield of 350-400 g/m2

Flowering Outdoor: End of September

Top Healthcare Startups Are Leading the Market Tags: healthcare startups marijuana mmj medical marijuana

The healthcare industry is one of the fastest growing, most sustainable industries in our economy today. Due to recent changes – and despite some uncertainties – there are more people seeking healthcare services than there were a few years ago. The growing market has also fueled a series of new companies, brands and startups whose aim is to provide better healthcare solutions to providers and patients alike. Research in genomics is one of the most exciting fields today, with companies such as the Beijing Genomics Institute leading the charge.

According to studies compiled by Northeastern University and its AACSB online MBA department, there are also other startups currently affecting the market. Medisafe, for instance, is a cloud-based app that has been really popular on the market. The app acts as a reminder and connects close friends and relatives of a patient like never before.

You can learn more about the best startups leading the current healthcare market from the full infographic below.


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Apothecary® Genetics Haze
Category: STRAINS
Tags: haze hybrid strains apothecary strains

Apothecary® Genetics Haze
(Hybrid)
Creators:  Northern California 
Awards: Worldwide
Genetics:  COLUMBIAN, MEXICAN, THAI, JAMAICAN CROSS
Effect:  Uplifting and inspires creativity.
Taste:  Sweet and fruity old school flavor
Flowering Indoor:  9-10 Week with a yield of 200-350 g/m2
Flowering Outdoor:  Ready end of October

Apothecary® Genetics 91 Chem Dog X Caramel
Category: STRAINS
Tags: chemdog chem dog caramel apothecary strain

Apothecary® Genetics 91 Chem Dog X Caramel
(Indica-Hybrid)
Creators: PoorWhiteFarmer
Awards:  Yet to come
Genetics:  91 CHEM X CARAMEL
Effect:  Drop dead high
Taste:   Like a mouthful of yummy!
Flowering Indoor:  8-9 weeks with a yield of 300-400 g/m2
Flowering Outdoor:  Early October

Why Nurse Midwives Should Be Schooled in Alternative Meds Tags: nurse midwives alternative meds mmj medical marijuana

The most common perception of what a nurse midwife does is prenatal care as well as being there to deliver the baby and throughout the post natal period. Nurse midwives also tend to newborns as well in some states and in some situations, but limiting the duties of a nurse midwife to pregnancy is actually diminishing all that they do in many states. In some states a certified nurse midwife takes care of women from puberty through to menopause and in other states they are perhaps mostly relegated to prenatal care and delivery.

State by State Regulations Vary

Each state has different regulations, so if you are studying to be a nurse midwife, you may want to first see what you will be doing in your state. One of the most regulated duties is the prescription and administration of medicines. If you are studying how to become a certified nurse midwife, it is advisable to pay special attention to the use of alternative meds. Not only should you understand alternative treatments if you are allowed, by law, to prescribe and administer medications but you will want to understand the possible side effects that could pose a threat to mom and/or baby inside her womb.

Some Alternative Treatments Are Definitely Not Safe!

Some may be safe during pregnancy and others, not so much. Just because they are holistic doesn’t mean they can’t cause early contractions and labor leading to a spontaneous abortion. Many ‘colon cures’ have been known to promote contractions of the uterus, so midwives are encouraged to understand many of the most common naturopathic treatments. One ingredient in particular, senna leaf, works because it promotes peristalsis, colon contractions. However, it is also able to cause uterine contractions so pregnant women should never take this natural remedy – ever! Stool softeners work safer and better and are not apt to harm baby, according to the FDA.

Are CBDs Safe During Pregnancy?

While most women report that CBDs help alleviate morning sickness, joint inflammation and pain, it is never advisable to take or use any product on the skin until speaking with your obstetrician or midwife. For this reason, it is vital that anyone studying to be a midwife should learn about the safe use of CBDs by pregnant or lactating women. CBDs are not the psychoactive compound in marijuana and they have been proven in study after study to be safe for mom and her unborn child. Again, it is always advisable to talk to your doctor prior to putting anything in or on your body, but know that CBDs are considered safe and are even allowed in prohibition states.

Nurse midwifery is a wonderful occupation that provides great joy for both mom and the nurse herself. Every healthy, happy child brought into this world is cause for celebration and how exhilarating it is to be there with mom or mom and dad during this happy time. It is a respected nursing specialty and one that carries a better than average rate of pay. While you won’t become a millionaire on a certified nurse midwife salary, you will make better than the national average and that’s a very respectable income. Join thousands of nurses in their quest to become midwives. It’s an honorable and ancient vocation – one you can be extremely proud of.

 
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