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Dr. Diana Rangaves is Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm D). She graduated from the University of California, San Francisco and specializes in pharmacotherapy management. Diana has a broad range of acute clinical background and ambulatory care. She was an academic college professor; teaching critical thinking, ethics, pharmacology, addiction, behavior patterns, pharmacy, and nursing. As a Clinical Pharmacist she is focused on chronic or disease state management.
She has over 30 years’ experience in healthcare and over 15 years’ as an academic professor; teaching critical thinking, ethics, pharmacology, addiction, behavior patterns, pharmacy, and nursing. She owns ClinicalConsultantServices.com and DianaRangaves.com, of which Doctopedia is a client, and volunteers as the Clinical Director for ARISE Africa Foundation, which specializes in adult education and reduction of STD/HIV in Nigeria. Royalties from her ethics, values books benefit charities: The Adventures of Rosy Posy Papillion benefit PapHavenRescue.org. Santa Rosa Junior College benefits from Escape into Excellence, and Embrace Your Excellence.
Dr. Diana is a pharmacist, philanthropist, and ethics professor turned writer. An accomplished educator, award-winning teacher, and business professional, she uses her powers for good.
She has work appearing in numerous venues, including children’s picture books, medical, pharmaceutical books, academic books, and scholarly articles.
She is actively working on the Ethical Hacker ~ Acidemia a political suspense thriller novel; we wish we could say more!
Former Executive Editor and Chief Content Officer for the digital magazine, Healthcare Worldwide Central, she earned her Doctorate in Pharmacy from the University of California, San Francisco.
Selected career experiences include:
Diana is a foster mom for PapHavenRescue.org and lives in California with her dogs and pasture pets, in their forever home.
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Cannabidiol, (CBD) was tagged a few years back “as the most misunderstood compound on the planet,” so what Is CBD? Here’s everything you need to know about CBD and Cannabidiol
Many people turn to CBD due to arthritis and joint discomfort. CBD has much potential for easing joint issues thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties. Learn what the science says about the risks and benefits of CBD use for arthritis
CBD vs. THC: Read on to learn more about these compounds. While they may have a lot in common, they have some key differences that determine how they’re used.
Due to rising demand for cannabis compounds, CBD and THC, are becoming popular. If you ever considered taking cannabinoids, you probably asking yourself can CBD get me high?
Finding an optimal dosing schedule for specific CBD needs can be challenging, especially since there aren’t many definitive guides on how much to take and when. Each method of consumption delivers CBD in different ways. That means it’s going to affect people in a different manner depending upon how and when it’s used. Read our dosing guide to help you in understanding this better
Terpenes are essential oils of a plant. They are responsible for the way a plant smells and tastes. The potential health benefits of terpenes are numerous and depend on the properties of each individual material. Some researches claim that terpenes can also help to enhance the “entourage effect” and by that, the therapeutic effects of CBD.
A conversation with a leading CBD skincare company
Cannabidiol, (CBD) consumers’ usage and popularity in the U.S. marketplace is on the rise. Industry experts project that the CBD revenue share will hit $16 billion in the United States by 2025. CBD is the second most common active ingredients in cannabis plants (marijuana). For many years it has been an important part of medical marijuana. It is extracted directly from the hemp plant, a cousin of the cannabis plant. It is used in products such as edibles, gummies, and oils. But what are the true health benefits of CBD and wh
Before the 1990s, scientists barely understood the effects of cannabis on the human body. When they discovered the endocannabinoid system (ECS) in the 1990s, science health began to change. It was demonstrated that all vertebrates, including mammals, birds, reptiles, and fish, produce endocannabinoids. The primary purpose of the ECS is to make sure the body maintains homeostasis, though it is much more complex than that.
The last few years have witnessed a growing interest in CBD among consumers in the US. Many CBD advocates claim that CBD oil can effectively relieve the symptoms associated with numerous disorders including fibromyalgia (FM).
In order for CBD to be effective, it has to enter your bloodstream. So swallowing a dropperful should do the trick, right? Wrong.
Should you be buying your CBD products at a pharmacy? Consumers are concerned about the safety of their CBD products due to the lack of research and testing conducted by relevant authorities.
Cannabis-based medication development for cocaine abuse, effect of a facial cream containing cannabidiol and hemp, anti-cancer potential of cannabinoids and more
In total, cannabis consists of more than 400 chemicals, 60 of which are similar to CBD and THC, known as cannabinoids. The role each chemical plays in the effects of cannabis is not yet known in-depth. However, there are some about which we do have a decent amount of information.
CBD and COVID-19 New Research, CBD in Treatment-Resistant Epilepsy & CBD and dental health