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According to Dustin Sulak, ...
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According to Dustin Sulak, osteopathic doctor and Diplomat of the American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine, the endogenous (internal) cannabinoid system or endocannabinoid system is "perhaps the most important physiologic system involved in establishing and maintaining human health."
lectures nationally on the endocannabinoid system and medical marijuana.
In a recent article, he
explains why this system is so important and what it has to do with cannabis.
believes that beyond curing disease, cannabis can even help prevent disease and promote health through stimulating the endocannabinoid system.
Dr. Dustin Sulak is a ...
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Dr. Dustin Sulak is a licensed osteopathic physician in Maine who legally dispenses marijuana.
He is a diplomat of the American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine.
In an interview with Healthline
described the dabbing culture as becoming more popular "amongst illicit cannabis users in all walks of life."
described the power of dabs in plain talk.
A single inhalation of concentrate delivers the THC and other cannabinoids equivalent to three to 10 inhalations of herbal cannabis.
Dr. Dustin Sulak, American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine
"A single inhalation of concentrate delivers the THC and other cannabinoids equivalent to three to 10 inhalations of herbal cannabis, depending on the potency," he
"This increased dosage delivered with rapid onset produces a stronger euphoric feeling than, for example, taking the time to smoke an entire joint."
So while dabbing may blow up a kitchen here and there, Sulak
says potency is a bigger problem.
"The higher dose is also more likely to cause users to develop tolerance, quickly requiring a larger dose to get the same effects," he
and others interviewed for this story said kids often try cannabis first because among their peers it is considered safe, socially acceptable, and available.
cited a comprehensive 2002 review by the RAND Drug Policy and Research Center
that showed data suggesting the gateway theory could be readily explained by non-gateway models.
"A more recent 2008 study in Development and Psychopathology that looked at 510 pairs of twins found that genetics were more responsible than a gateway effect for progressing from cannabis on to harder drugs," Sulak
"We'll never answer this questions using a controlled study because that would be unethical, but the large volumes of epidemiological data do not strongly support the gateway theory."
As the legalization of cannabis dries up the illegal drug trade, there will be fewer dealers to sell the drug to those under age.
Therefore, the availability of marijuana to teens should also diminish, Sulak
Any gateway effect that exists now would likewise begin to disappear.
The same goes for exploding houses.
Those who medically need the THC and cannabinoid levels that dabbing provides will be able to get it in states where it is produced in controlled environments.
"In my practice, I have occasionally seen dabbing provide better relief to patients," Sulak
that as America begins to get to know marijuana, children must be introduced to it carefully and in the proper context.
"In my practice I treat children with cancer, autism, seizures, spasticity, and other serious conditions, and cannabis has been a lifesaver for many of them," said Sulak
We have assembled a team of ...
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We have assembled a team of experts to help steer Maine employers and the HR community in the right direction: Dustin Sulak, D.O., with Integr8 Health, LLC in Falmouth; Paul Sighinolfi, Executive Director of Maine's Workers' Compensation Board; and Peter Lowe, a labor management attorney with Brann & Isaacson in Lewiston.
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Dr. Dustin Sulak is an integrative medicine physician with expertise in osteopathy, mind-body medicine, and medical cannabis.
clinical practice focuses on treating refractory conditions in adults and children with an individualized, health-centered approach.
Dr. Sulak received undergraduate degrees in nutrition science and biology from Indiana University, a doctorate of osteopathy from the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine, and completed an osteopathic rotating internship at Maine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency.
Dr. Sulak is the founder of Integr8 Health, an integrative medicine clinic with 3 locations in New England that treat over 18,000 patients with medical cannabis.
He is also the founder of Healer.com, an education and research portal for medical cannabis patients.
lectures nationally to physicians on the clinical application of cannabinoids and continues to pioneer this emerging field in medicine.
#illegallyhealed - Two words that donâ€™t belong together.
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We sat down with founder of Healer.com, Dr. Dustin Sulak, a licensed osteopathic physician, about the most common myths about cannabis, many of which have been sponsored by industries that benefit from ...
Written by: Dr. Dustin Sulak, Founder Healer.com The use of cannabis in the treatment of cancer is an emerging field in medicine.
By staying up to date on the research ...