IRVINE, Calif., April 1, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- iSum, the online knowledgebase of human biochemistry, nutritional science, and lifestyle modifications, released engaging research series on cannabis in support of the federal legalization of the herb.
iSum makes it clear that they want to be a part of great changes surrounding the world of modern medicine and wellness. Earlier last year, the company revamped its website in celebration of hemp legalization in the United States.
"Cannabis isn't about this new 'hemp vs. marijuana debate.' It's about hemp AND marijuana. Both plants have great benefits and they can serve people's wellness in different ways. We don't want to polarize people by limiting ourselves to publishing articles solely about hemp and CBD because this would imply we're biased towards hemp and neglect the obvious benefits of marijuana," says James Reed, iSum's founder and CEO.
James is, by all means, right. Cannabis is a very complex plant and despite its almost 10,000-year-long history, there's still much to discover about the way it affects people.
Thanks to the release of their engaging research series on cannabis, users have received a well-backed source of knowledge, from differentiating between basic cannabis terms to the plant's history, its medical uses, influence on the modern culture to explaining the difference between flowers, concentrates, distillates, and more.
"Someone wise has once said that a good teacher is able to explain complex issues in simple words. We want to be these good teachers; we've done our best make our research articles as digestible and understandable to a new user as possible. Our goal is to help the user get a clear image of all chemical interactions taking place in their body after using cannabis. We'd like them to know why people have been using this herb for so long, why it has been unjustly banned, and what cannabis goods they can revel in now that the legalization continues to roll all over the USA," continues Reed.
Are you eager to expand your knowledge on cannabis and learn about different ways to benefit from the plant? Here's where you'll find iSum's series of cannabis research:
iSum has all it takes to become one of the most trusted sources of knowledge when it comes to cannabis. If iSum's team continues to deliver the quality it has got us used to, we can rest assured they will make it.
To stay up-to-date with current cannabis research, visit https://isum.com/
CONTACT: James Reed, Contact@isum.com