Sam North


Royal Australian Navy - Electronic and Communications Advanced Diploma (TAFE).

Written For

Releaf, Fast Buds, MSNL, Paradise Seeds, Cookies Seeds, Premium Cultivars

With a background in cannabis cultivation and journalism - writing for Fast Buds, Paradise Seeds, Cookies Seeds Co., MSNL, and now Releaf, Sam is an experienced cannabis expert who understands how to communicate complex ideas clearly. Collaborating with clients throughout the global cannabis industry, he has cemented himself as a leading voice within both the recreational and medicinal sectors. Whether it’s researching, writing, editing, or consulting, Sam has a commitment to accuracy and quality that clients and audiences connect to. Based between Asia, Australia, and Europe, Sam is passionate about educating and enlightening people on all aspects of cannabis. By translating scientific data into easily understandable language, he strives to bridge the gap between the medical and recreational cannabis communities. Sam believes that with the proper education, correct understanding, and honest information, everyone can benefit from the natural healing power of cannabis.

Releaf articles

31. 10. 2023

Can terpenes offer relief from neuropathy?

Although most of the clinical research and media attention has focused on cannabinoids (such as THC and CBD), the other compounds found in the cannabis sativa L. plant, such as terpenes, are starting to gain recognition for their potential therapeutic benefits.

31. 10. 2023

The benefits and risks of taking THC for Autism

Medical cannabis is not a cure for autism. However, there is growing evidence that suggests THC, and medical cannabis more generally, may help in managing some symptoms associated with autism when administered in conjunction with other therapies and interventions.

19. 10. 2023

Can CBD help patients with dementia?

There is currently no cure for dementia, but a combination of medication, physical therapy, mental stimulation, and lifestyle changes have been shown to help slow the progression of dementia and help to manage the symptoms effectively. One potential complementary treatment option that has shown promise in recent research is CBD, or cannabidiol.