Cannabis is such a versatile wonder plant – you can vape it, smoke it, ingest it, bath bomb with it, slather it on sore spots and even put it in your belly button.
Wait – what? While many people are familiar with topical applications of some sort, the Pechoti method refers back to the ancient Ayurveda tradition of putting oil in the belly button for medicinal purposes.
While cannabis has many positive effects on the body, for some people, increased appetite is not one of them. Fortunately, there are many ways to manage the “munchies” without overindulging.
Did you know that some strains stimulate hunger in the brain more than others (typically those high in THC) , while others can actually suppress appetite (such as those high in THCV)? Read more...
Do you love cannabis so much that you wish you could bathe in it? If you suffer from aches, pains, and/or insomnia, you definitely should try adding a CBD-infused bath to your cannabis routine!
Find out how CBD helps to alleviate pain and inflammation, as well as how to make your own DIY CBD bath bombs.
Whether it's crumble, wax, shatter, or other forms of concentrates, dabs offer a potent high and powerful relief. They can also be a cleaner and safer method of cannabis consumption, particularly for MMJ patients.
However, both extracts and concentrates can pose risks to health due to residual solvents or contaminants from the manufacturing process. Find out the healthiest options and how to tell if you're purchasing a quality product. Did you know color is not always a reliable way of determining purity?
Team Indica or Team Sativa? It’s actually not that cut and dry. The age-old “in da couch” association for indica and “energizing high” often touted for sativa continues to be the standard – though highly inaccurate – way of describing consumption effects.
In reality, due to factors like prolific cultivation and undocumented breeding (hello, hybrids), this outdated way of identifying consistent effects of these varietals is difficult, if not impossible.
What really defines categorization are primary and secondary compounds, and cannabis plants express cannabinoid and terpenoid secondary compounds.
Chronic pain is complicated. For many MMJ users living with chronic pain - physical, emotional, or a combination of both, cannabis can unquestionably offer life-changing symptom relief.
However, during intense flare-ups, sometimes even our ideal go-to medicines aren’t enough to fully diminish deeply rooted pain. Emotional pain can manifest into the physical body, creating a complex and ingrained pain response cycle. The Curable app is the first of its kind to offer a new and unique way to manage chronic pain of all forms, providing “exercises” that may help to reverse the cycle of pain.
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