How does juicing heal your body? According to the Times of India, raw juice helps speedy recovery by supplying needed elements for the body's healing process and cell regeneration. The best part about natural juices is that they require no digestion, and all the nutrients get absorbed into the bloodstream directly.

Juicing can reduce your risk of cancer, boost your immune system, remove toxins from your body, aid digestion and help you lose weight.

Before we get into the benefits of juicing cannabis, let's meet Juiceman Fress Piff, your modern-day entrepreneur, straight out of a Burrough near you.

What personal story and mission motivated you to start Juiceman Fress Piff? (non-infused drinks)

I've always liked juice. I used to seek out different juice bars, especially when I was not feeling 100%, because juice always made me feel better. There's something special, a natural magic, inside a bottle of cold-pressed juice.

I bought a little machine and started making juice just for me. My friends started asking me for bottles, and I would just charge them the cost. Then a few acquaintances jumped on the list, then some strangers.

When the pandemic hit, I lost my second job as a bartender, but this gave me more time to juice and try to grow the PIFF list. Challenges are often opportunities disguised. I do this full-time now, and I've been able to turn my hobby into my job and do what I love on the daily.

"Bobby Nuggz, a New England cannabis activist and event promoter, showed me the inherent connection between juice and cannabis.

Many of our favorite terpenes are fruity and naturally present in both cannabis and juice. This led us to create our "Rip and Sip" Terpene Juice pairings, where I will match the unique terpene profiles of the strain with some juice to match.

Together the cannabis and juice create an entourage experience of flavors that's one of a kind. Every @Interpretasting will feature a rip and sip pairing. This has led to different private Terpene and Strain paired orders. PIFF with the PIFF to match! It's helped me carve out my own lane representing the juice and cannabis culture.

What are your top flavors? and why? Who is behind the naming of the juices?

For me, I believe it's important to cycle through different flavors of juice. Every bottle and combination has its unique profile and benefits.

I think that a balanced and varied menu of different colors, flavors, and textures is what I personally want and need. Additionally, certain flavors will go in and out of season, so the time of year plays a role in how poppin each flavor might be.

How are consumers finding your juice locations? Where can consumers find your juice drinks?

Everything I do is entirely on IG. My Instagram is @juicemanfp! "Hit my DM for communication, and I'll drop your pack off at the pickup location!"

Where do you see Juiceman Fress Piff in the next five years?

I wouldn't look ahead five years or even look ahead 5 minutes. I'm present in the moment, making the best juice I can. I want to upgrade my machinery, kitchen, and tools. I want to get better every day.

I'm in a competition with myself to make better juice and to sell more bottles. I hope the Juiceman of 5 years is like a MEGA version of what it is now.

What best advice can you give to another entrepreneur who wants to start their own business?

My advice to fellow entrepreneurs is to do the stuff you talk about. Do it. Don't talk about it or think about it- plan and execute. When you do it, you've done it, and then you are it.

Do it every day, get consistent, and become the best version of yourself. Be someone you're proud of and do something you're proud to share.

I think Action Bronson said it best," All I believe in is food and myself."

For more information about Juiceman Fress Piff

Instagram: @juicemanfp. Dm for all inquiries.

The Health Benefits of Juicing Cannabis

Studies have also shown that consuming raw cannabis has the potential to treat lupus, arthritis, neurodegenerative diseases, anorexia, and malnutrition, reduce nausea, prevent the spread of malignant prostate cancer cells, and prevent cell damage that can lead to severe illness and poor health.

If you haven't heard about Dr. William and Kristen Courtney, please point your mouse to their website, Cannabis International.

Dr. William L. Courtney has an extensive medical education that began with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from the University of Michigan. He also received his Doctor of Medicine from Wayne State University, Interned for Residency in Psychiatry at California Pacific Medical Center, and earned his Post Doctorate in Forensic Examination and Forensic Medicine.

Dr. Courtney is currently a member of the American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine, the International Cannabinoid Research Society, the International Association of Cannabis as Medicine, and the Society of Clinical Cannabis. Dr. Courtney has also taught Continuing Medical Education (CME) courses in clinical cannabis.

Her paper on the non-psychoactive effects of fresh, juiced cannabis flower and leaf was part of the ICRS symposium in Sweden. Kristen Peskuski (Courtney) is a patient and researcher who has used fresh cannabis leaf to put her Systemic Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Endometriosis, and numerous other conditions into sustained remission.

She has a background in experimental research design and statistics, which helps her bridge the gap between patients, physicians, and researchers.

Through her research, juicing cannabis is the easiest and most convenient way to consume the nutrients found in raw cannabis.

Juicing the leaves of raw cannabis extracts essential minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants, including Iron, Zinc, Calcium, Potassium, Selenium, and Carotenoids.

Cannabis juicing is proving to be a great source of magnesium, rich in Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, and has a quality amino acid profile—a great source of complete protein and fiber.

For more information on juicing cannabis:

"Form Of Medical Marijuana Won't Get You High, But It's Creating A Buzz," an article from The Washington Post by Karl Vick on Dr. Courtney's practice and the medical benefits of raw cannabis.