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Everyone feels stressed from time to time, and people use different methods to cope with this pressure. Exercise, sleep, good food,...read more
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) helps regulate many bodily functions, including sleep, mood, appetite, memory, pain, and immune...read more
There are two famous compounds in cannabis: CBD and THC. While they both come from the same plants, these cannabinoids have very...read more
Cannabis concentrates have gained a lot of popularity in recent years. Many users enjoy them for their potent effects. While flowers...read more
Back pain is a common problem. Discomfort can range from mild to severe. For some, the pain can be so severe that it’s impossible to...read more
Cannabis is a complex plant filled with nearly 500 different compounds. By now, you’re likely familiar with at least a few of the...read more
THC is one of the most well-known compounds in the cannabis plant. It’s the one everyone knows causes the “high” users feel when they...read more
The cannabis world is expanding every day, with new and interesting products coming out regularly. One recent innovation that has...read more
There have been more than 100 cannabinoids identified in cannabis plants. The two most well-known, however, are THC and CBD. THC is...read more
The edibles market has exploded in recent years, with a vast array of options available for sale. One of the most popular options is...read more
Cannabis strains generally fall into one of two categories - Indica or Sativa. Along with looking different, these two strains...read more
Cannabis plants generally get divided up into one of two categories, Indica or Sativa. Indicas are short and bushy, while Sativas...read more
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