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727 NE Greenwood Ave,

Bend, OR 97701

727 NE Greenwood Ave,

Bend, OR 97701

Monday - Thursday, 12 pm to 5pm. Friday 12 pm to 4 pm
Closed Saturday & Sunday.

Also Closed: New Years Day, Easter, Mother's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas




These are excerpts from, “A Patients’ Guide to Medical Cannabis,” published by Americans for Safe Access. This booklet may be purchased on Amazon Kindle for $5.99.

“Research published in 2009 found that the non-psychoactive cannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD) inhibits the invasion of both human cervical cancer and human lung cancer cells. By manipulation up-regulation of a tissue inhibitor, researchers may have revealed the mechanism of CBD’s tumor fighting effect. A further in study demonstrated a “significant inhibition” of lung cancer metastasis in mice treated with CBD. The mechanism of the anti-cancer activity of and other has also been repeatedly demonstrated
breast cancers.” (. 12)

“According to the American Academy of Pain, nearly 50 million Americans suffer from persistent pain. Unfortunately, it is estimated that four out of every ten people living with moderate-to severe pain have yet to experience relief. After reviewing a series of trials in 1997, the US Society for Neuroscience concluded that “substances similar to or derived from marijuana could benefit the more than 97 million Americans who experience some form of pain each year.” (. 16)

By contrast, the safety record of cannabis is remarkable, and its centuries of use as an analgesic well documented. In their meta-analysis of the available data, the Institute of Medicine acknowledged the wide use of cannabis for pain, noting that “after nausea and vomiting, chronic pain was the condition cited most often to the IOM study team as a medicinal use for marijuana.” Currently, pain relief is by far the most common condition for which physicians recommend the use of cannabis.” (. 16)

there is now unequivocal evidence that cannabinoids are [capable of blocking the transmission of pain] in animal models of acute pain.” (. 16)

“Some of the most encouraging clinical data on the effects of cannabinoids pain involve the treatment of intractable cancer pain and hard-to-treat neuropathic pain. Somewhere between 25% and 45% of cancer patients experience neuropathic pain, a type of chronic nerve pain that resists conventional treatment.

The effectiveness of cannabis and cannabinoids in relieving neuropathic pain has been demonstrated in more than three dozen preclinical and clinical trials. A 2009 review notes that “a large number of research articles have demonstrated the efficacy of ” for
pain and concludes that “cannabinoids show promise for treatment.”

Multiple clinical have shown that a dosage-controlled whole plant extract of cannabis (Sativex) relieves intractable cancer pain scores improved significantly with a cannabis extract.

Researchers report that the combination of natural in Sativex “is an efficacious treatment for cancer related pain” for patients who do not get relief from opiate painkillers such as Oxycontin or Vicodin.” (. 17)

Sher-Ray would like to note:
The State of Oregon has no regulation regarding the amount of CBD in a product and states it cannot be sold in medical marijuana dispensaries. Presently, the state does not require testing for pesticides, mold, or fungus. Sher-Ray feels these tests are necessary to insure the high quality of her products. A State of Oregon Certified Lab, tests each batch of CBD purchase. Sher Ray also requires that all CBD used in formulating her products by CO2 extraction, which is the best extraction method for the oil.

CBD Research:
Amanda Kain BASPH 15 Sept. 2015
CBD does not interfere with several and psychological functions in humans. CBD does not affect heart rate, blood pressure, or performance in the verbal paired-associate learning as measured by recall score at doses up to 600mg (Bergamaschi, M., Costa Queiroz, R., Crippa, J. & Zuardi, A., 2011). This research suggests and supports that CBD has different effects than the more well-known effects of THC.

CBD exerts anti-proliferative and pro-apoptotic effects in tumor cell lines (Bergamaschi, M., Costa Queiroz, R., Crippa, J. & Zuardi, A., 2011). This might sound like a , basically this paper is suggesting CBD has the ability to reduce tumors and some cancers in rats. The
National Cancer Institute, updated information on their FAQ page on July 16, 2015 that “Cannabis has been shown to kill cancer cells in the laboratory”, however, this was a preclinical study and there is not enough evidence yet to recommend cannabis for the treatment of cancer
(Snopes, 2015).

*Regarding our LadyBug CBD Hemp Products: It’s important to note that our Hemp CBD Oil products are legal in all 50 States.  Our dilemma is that many states require specific labeling for these products, including Oregon.  We package for Oregon and meet & exceed their requirements for Oregon Labeling, as well, as Colorado, Washington, Pennsylvania, New Mexico & Maine.

States keep changing their labeling requirements, so we only ship to states that we know our labeling exceeds their requirements.  At this time, we do not ship to all 50 states, as it is not our intention to sell without the proper labeling to make us compliant.  So until labeling is unified, we’ll ship to the states we are comfortable that our labels exceed their rules and regulations.


The above statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. The information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to treat, cure, prevent or, diagnose any disease or condition. If a condition persists, contact your health care provider. WARNING: FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN CHECK WITH DOCTOR BEFOR USE IF PREGNANT.