Cannabis Facts

What is Medical Cannabis

Medical cannabis, often referred to as medical marijuana, is a natural remedy derived from the Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica plants.

What sets it apart from recreational cannabis is its use for therapeutic purposes, which has a history dating back thousands of years and across cultures. The Medicinal use of cannabis addresses various medical conditions and symptoms.

These plants contain compounds known as cannabinoids, with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol) playing primary roles. Cannabinoids interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system to bring about their therapeutic effects.

The Half Oz has a wide range of products available, offering customers various consumption methods to suit their needs.

How Does Cannabis Work In The Body?

The Endocannabinoid System

Cannabis interacts with the body’s Endocannabinoid system, an independent, endogenous system of cannabinoid receptors found throughout the body.

When you consume cannabis, cannabinoids bind to these receptors, influencing a range of physiological processes.

THC, known for its psychoactive effects, engages primarily with the CB-1 receptors in the brain, resulting in a euphoric sensation.

CBD, on the other hand, interacts with CB-2 receptors, playing a role in immune system modulation and anti-inflammatory responses.

How Do You Use Medical Cannabis?

Medical cannabis offers various consumption methods to cater to individual preferences and medical needs. Finding the right method depends on individual preferences and the desired therapeutic outcome.







What Are The Benefits Of Terpenes?

Terpenes are aromatic compounds found in cannabis and other plants, contributing to their distinct scents and flavors.

Beyond their sensory appeal, terpenes have therapeutic properties. They can modulate the effects of cannabinoids and offer unique benefits. Understanding terpenes allows consumers to choose strains based not only on THC and CBD content but also on the desired aromatic and therapeutic profile.


Fruity, musky, spicy
Sedating, relaxing effect
Helps with
Antioxidant, muscle relaxer, insomnia, pain, inflammation, depression
Also found in
Mangoes, lemongrass, peppercorns


Earthy, woody, spicy
Anxiety relief, sedation
Helps with
Anti-bacteria, anti- inflammatory, anti-tumor
Also found in
Hops, basil, sage


Floral, citrus, sweet
Anxiety relief, sedation
Helps with
Anxiety, convulsions, anti-inflammatory, depression, and acne
Also found in
Lavender and 200 other plants


Citrus, fruity, sweet
Elevates mood, stress relief
Helps with
Antifungal, anti-bacterial, mood-enhancing, gastrointesinal issues
Also found in
Citrus, bergamot, dill


Piney, resinous, woody
Alertness, memory retention
Helps with
Anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, respiratory and neuroprotective
Also found in
Pine needles, dill, rosemary


Earthy, peppery, woody
Relaxing, calming, mood-boosting
Helps with
Helps with Pain relief, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant
Also found in
Cinnamon, black pepper, cloves


With THC levels at less than 0.3%, hemp typically does not produce psychoactive effects when consumed.

Hemp is usually grown outdoors and harvested for its fibrous stalks and seeds. Products derived from hemp include textiles, nutritional supplements, biofuels, and plastics. Hemp is also processed to extract Delta-8 THC.

While hemp is legal federally, it remains unregulated in the State of Mississippi. No requirements exist to test Delta-8 THC derived from hemp for quality, potency, or purity.

Using hemp does not require a physician’s recommendation.


Cannabis contains THC levels between 10-30%, which allows for its therapeutic use.

Cannabis is primarily grown indoors in a controlled environment. It contains over 400 chemical compounds called cannabinoids, over 80 of which are unique to the cannabis plant.

Delta-9 THC is found naturally in cannabis. Medical cannabis is legal in Mississippi and regulated by the state.

Medical cannabis in Mississippi undergoes rigorous testing by third-party laboratories to ensure its quality, potency, and purity.

In Mississippi, the use of cannabis requires a physician’s recommendation.