There is tea brewing and marijuana plants love it!

There is tea brewing and marijuana plants love it!

Use Compost Tea for Healthy Marijuana Plants

By now most of you have heard, how brewing compost tea can do wonders for your marijuana plants. If you haven’t heard about yet, it’s time for you to take notice!

Compost Tea is a water-based environment wherein beneficial microorganisms are extracted from compost or vermicompost (worm compost) and multiplied by the millions.

Some form of agitation breaks the microbes free from the compost and they multiply because food like, kelp meal, black-strap molasses, humic acid, etc. has been added to the water, which at least one type of microbe digests. When one or more type of microbe begins to multiply in response to the food, other microbes respond to this growth and begin to consume these initial microbes and multiply in turn and so on and so on.

During the brewing process, air is forced through a mixture of the high-quality compost and food suspended in water. The oxygen and nutrients produce an extraordinary explosive growth of bacteria and fungi. This growth of bacteria and fungi fights for and increases the amount of healthy bacteria in the growing medium.


Here's a list of some of the benefits from using Compost Tea:

ü  Helps extend root systems

ü  Increases water and nutrient retention

ü  Creates healthier plants

ü  Helps breakdown toxins in the soil and on the plants

ü  Enhances the taste of fruits and vegetables

ü  Reduces or eliminates the need for chemical pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers

ü  Occupies the space around the infection sites so disease-causing organisms cannot penetrate into the tissues of the plant

ü  Is 100% safe and natural


What is Cannabis Oil? By Lincoln Horsley

Cannabis oil is a thick, sticky, resinous matrix of cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD, obtained from the cannabis plant (Cannabis sativa or Cannabis indica). Cannabis oil is a cannabis based product obtained by separating the resins from cannabis flowers using a solvent extraction process. Cannabis oil can also be known as Rick Simpson Oil, Full extract cannbais oil (FECO), hash oil, dabs, shatter, or wax.

Cannabis oil is the most potent of three main cannabis products, which are the actual cannabis flower (marijuana), resin (hashish), and oil (cannabis oil). Cannabis oil is the most concentrated form of the three main cannabis products. That is what makes cannabis oil the most potent.


Welcome to our practice RSS feed

We want to welcome our facebook users to our practice RSS feed!  Now the members our our individual practice pages (Denali Healthcare Saginaw, Kalamazoo, Cadillac, Mt. Pleasant, Traverse City, Marquette, Gaylord, and Muskegon) will receive our articles and news.  Others can sign up for the feed directly at  

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Dr. Bob

Letter sent to patients

We have recently sent out a letter to all our N. Michigan friends. In the letter is a note from me announcing our new Gaylord office, a brochure outlining our services, and a great letter from our attorney Dan Hartman on the do's and don't of medical marijuana. 

There is no patient information, just information on the new office. Have a look and make a quick call to the call center at 989-339-4464 to make sure your information is right in our system and your reminders are set up...

Dr. Bob

New Press Release-Are Michigan Medical Marijuana Patients being forced to grow their own? More growers on the rise…

Back in February of this year, the state Supreme Court ruled in a 4-1 decision, that medical marijuana dispensaries are illegal, and since that time many patients have basically been forced to grow their own marijuana. Each patient by state law can grow up to twelve plants, and have no more than 2.5 ounces of usable marijuana in their possession.

Medical marijuana patients can also designate a caregiver to provide them marijuana, however, there is currently no formal process for patients finding qualified caregivers. State sanctioned caregivers can grow up to twelve plants for up to 5 people. Patients have to search for social medical marijuana websites or conduct searches for caregivers on websites such as Craigslist. Either or is not very trustworthy and not very conducive to a patient legally seeking marijuana for their ailments.

There are also many horror stories about caregivers not adequately providing marijuana to their assigned patients, but rather selling the marijuana on the black market and using the patient as a means to grow more plants. Other caregivers are promising patients’ free marijuana if they sign up with them, and then the caregiver never provides the actual marijuana. These types of stories have become quite common these days although there are still a lot of good caregivers out there who are really passionate about helping their patients and the overall movement of medical marijuana.

As of this past December, Michigan had over 124,000 registered medical marijuana users and nearly 26,000 caregivers licensed by the state. When you consider proximity and location, it is impossible for each patient to have a registered caregiver. So now there is a real dilemma as most qualified patients who are in need of marijuana, do not have the ability to either cultivate marijuana or find a trustworthy caregiver.

A new company in Michigan called KushWorld LLC, says they have the solution to the dilemma many Michigan medical marijuana patients face, and their solution is "Grow Your Own". Working out of the office of Dr. Bob’s Denali Healthcare in Saginaw, MI, KushWorld is offering new "Grow Your Own" seminars this winter that will teach marijuana patients how to legally grow their own marijuana for a low cost. KushWorld believes that most individual patients can grow their own and grow it for a fairly reasonable price.

KushWorld founder and CEO Dell J. feel there is a strong need for these Grow Your Own seminars, and that many Michigan medical marijuana patients will benefit from it.

"After having a conversation with Dr. Bob, we both felt it was imperative that many patients begin to grow their own marijuana in order to have a safe and efficient way of gaining access to their medicine. No medical marijuana patient should have to meet in back alleys or search on Craigslist for Marijuana."This is why Grow Your Own seminars are needed. Dell J, himself a medical marijuana patient who tried to learn how to grow by reading articles online and watching you tube videos, realized growing marijuana is not that simple.


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