Blog posts in May 2018


Mental Health Matters: Cannabis and Anxiety

Almost everyone has experienced anxiety at some point in their life. In fact, anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States affecting approximately 40 million adults age 18 and older each year...If you want to avoid taking pharmaceuticals, consider giving cannabis a try. The key is all in the dosing—microdosing.

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The Many Uses of Cannabis Topicals

You probably haven’t really thought about it before, but our skin is our largest organ. Perhaps most importantly, our skin is filled with nerves that allow our brain to remain connected to the world outside our body. Basically, our skin is always hard at work. That’s why topical cannabis products can be an extremely effective way to use cannabis medicinally—because our skin is designed to accept and connect to cannabinoid molecules.

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Terpene Talk: 10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Terpenes

The cannabis industry is constantly evolving as we learn more and more about this remarkable plant. One particular topic that’s been on fire these last few years is terpenes—the aromatic oils that provide each cannabis strain with its unique scent. Ready to get your terpene education on? Here are 10 facts about terpenes to get you started!

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Will Move for Medical Cannabis: The Struggle of Cannabis Refugees

As of 2018, cannabis is medically legal in 29 U.S. states and D.C.—but what if you’re a patient who could benefit from medical cannabis living in a state where it isn’t legal yet? For many the answer is to either purchase cannabis illegally or move to a place where it is legal. These individuals who choose to move are known as medical cannabis refugees. The Lyles family of Ohio is one of these families—they moved with their youngest daughter Jordan to Colorado to treat her Dravet Syndrome...

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