Unlike smoking a joint, edible highs are known for their intensity and vivid effects. Here's why this happens.
From the fear of anesthesia to time spent in recuperation, the thought of being put under can cause even the most mellow to seek a way to lessen the stress that surgery can bring.
Bad highs are more likely to occur when you’re in a bad setting, such as being an anxious person in the midst of a pandemic.
Eaze, a cannabis delivery company that operates in California, reports that there’s been a 30% increase in edible sales during the coronavirus outbreak. Will this trend last?
With so much time on our hands, getting high is a simple way to have fun. Here are 5 methods you should try that don't involve inhaling.
Spending time in isolation with constant reminders of the dangers posed to your health is a hard mental state to be in. CBD might help you cope.
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Anecdotal and scientific evidence proves that breathing exercises are efficient in managing your stress and improving your mental health.
A new study published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology found something remarkable about cannabidiol’s effect on blood flow and memory.