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Pain Management

By applying cannabis locally to areas experiencing pain, the effects are faster and limited to the area where the pain is.

Skin Infections

Because cannabis has been shown to be an effective anti-bacterial, antiviral, and antifungal, it is ideal for treating skin infections. It’s even shown to be very promising in treating acne. Surprisingly, it’s also very helpful in treating oral infections as well!


Cannabis is a powerful anti-inflammatory and inflammation is the source of pain and discomfort for patients suffering from arthritis

Burn Treatment

Cannabis oil has been shown to be considerably more effective in healing burns than antibiotic cream. In fact, this patient , showed faster healing, less scarring, and less pain when treating the same burn with both substances side by side.

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Skin Abnormalities and Cance

Applying cannabis to skin abnormalities and then covering them with a waterproof bandage for 48-72 hours has shown to be very effective at reducing the size of or even eliminating skin abnormalities such as warts and moles. Additionally, cannabis has shown a great deal of promise in inhibiting the growth of skin cancer cells!

Female Sexual Pleasure

Because female genitaliais so porous, topical cannabis is highly effective in increasing blood flow and nerve sensation in the area. This creates a more intense sexual experience.

Recommended Cannabis Topicals

If you’re anxious to try out the world of topicals for yourself, let me recommend these amazing products to get you started:

Mary Jane’s Medicinals Lip Bong

This nutrient packed lip balm is perfect for keeping your lips moisturized and healthy. It’s particularly useful for those who suffer from cold sores since those who use it report less frequent outbreaks and faster healing. BONUS- you can rub this lip balm on your temples to treat headaches!

Whoopi and Maya’s Soak

This soothing topical combines the many benefits of Epsom salt with cannabis to create a soothing, detoxifying bath soak. It’s designed to relieve menstrual discomfort but can be perfect for simply relieving sore muscles or joints that need a long, hot soak.

Treat Yourself Cannabis Infused Whipped Body Butter- Skin Healing Formula

If you are looking for a rich moisturizer designed to soothe and heal skin irritated by things such as psoriasis, eczema, poison oak, or good ole fashioned dry skin, this is the product for you. It has a rich, luxurious feel and smells amazingly clean and fresh.

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Suppose that by some magic the instantaneous perturbations in all atmospheric layers are known, and that we have at our disposal the finite number M of ideal deformable mirrors. How large a FoV can be corrected? By answering this question, we obtain the size of correction-limited FoV.

It was shown (JOSA, V. A17, P. 1819, 2000) that in the limit of very large telescope the residual phase variance due to anisoplanatism, , is given by a familiar expression

In order to compute , the turbulence altitude profile must be known. The profile must be multiplied by some weighting function F(h) and integrated over altitude to obtain the residual phase error, hence to obtain . The weighting function is zero at the conjugate altitudes of DMs (corresponding layers are perfectly corrected by these ideal DMs), and positive at intermediate altitudes. These functions are plotted in the Figure for the classical AO ( F0 - one DM conjugated to zero altitude), for the case when one DM is conjugated to 5 km ( F1 ), like in the Lulu Guinness Womens Perspex Zaha Clutch Bag Red Black Gs1jvfr
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The 2-DM curve was obtained by assuming that each intermediate layer is corrected by both DMs, and the correction is shared between the DMs is in an optimum proportion. This strategy gives better results than a simple "allocation" of turbulent slabs to be corrected by the adjacent DMs, although an order-of-magnitude FoV size can be estimated primitively by summing up the anisoplanatic effects of all slabs. The same strategy of optimally shared corrections applies to more than 2 DMs.

For any particular the conjugation altitudes of DMs that result in the largest FoV can be found. When there are strong turbulent layers in the atmosphere, it is advantageous to conjugate DMs to these layers. However, in all cases a significant fraction of turbulence is distributed continuously at all altitudes (see the profile), hence the performance gain obtained for "layered" profiles is small compared to continuous profiles with the same . The optimum conjugation altitudes for 1, 2, and 3 DMs are shown HERE for a particular profile. The compensation quality is only a weak function of exact DM conjugation altitudes.

Question: What would be the compensated FoV size in an ideal MCAO system considered here with 2 DMs and all turbulence in 2 thin layers?

The actual gain in the FoV size brought by the increasing number of DMs was computed for the 12 profiles at Cerro Paranal: 4-5 times with 2 DMs, 7-10 times with 3 DMs. Increasing the number of DMs further brings smaller benefits, and for a large M , eventually, . This result is intuitively clear for a continuously distributed turbulence: the thickness of slabs affected to each DM is inversely proportional to M (recall that correcting the first Zernike modes brings the largest gain, here the situation is somewhat similar). So, to correct a large FoV of diameter 2 with sub-aperture size d , we need, very roughly, DMs.

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