Many of us believe that marijuana has its place in a healthy lifestyle. The wonder plant has been known to effectively kill pain, enhance the enjoyment of music, make food taste even better and melt away stress. It has a soothing effect on the body, mind and soul. Unfortunately, you have to cough a few times to get the medicinal effects. But blending cannabis with kombucha can give you an alternative delivery system. The fermented tea drink is refreshing for your palate and your gut. The crisp "Ahhhh!" that you let out is involuntary because it is your intestines talking. Cannabis and kombucha helps good bacteria thrive in your tummy which has a multitude of healthful effects. Alternative Delivery System Smoking can be harmful to your respiratory system, so you may want to think about drinking your pot. This avoids "leather lungs" while you a get a sustained high through your gut. Kombucha is low in sugar, tangy, refreshing and healthy for your belly. And so isn't weed. Health Benefits Cannabis and kombucha are good for you gut. They allow good bacteria to thrive so drinking weed kombucha is very good for your health. The active ingredients in both cannabis and kombucha help to detoxify your system. The drink can also stimulate the immune system, improve digestion, reduce cholesterol, enhance energy and help you to lose weight. And there is some serious prevention potential in the "booch." Kombucha may prevent certain types of cancers and arthritis. So kick back at the end of the day with a cold weed booch for your health. How to Dose The "Bad Booch" Legal weed kombucha is going to come with its own method of dosing. Many commercial weed-infused kombuchas are dosed using the cap. Newbies are recommended 10 milligrams of the "bad booch" while experienced users can have a bit more. Remember that ingested pot takes longer to come on, but it tends to hit harder and stay longer than a smoked high. Rookies are recommended to take it slow. Socially Acceptable Smokers still get a bad rap even as marijuana continues to be legalized across the United States and Canada. Only 16.3 percent of Americans use pot for recreational purposes according to a worldwide survey released on 4/20/2017. This makes America the second-most stoned country behind Iceland where it is illegal countrywide. So, smoking the herb may not give you the best public image. Drinking a healthy kombucha gives you a positive image. It looks like you are taking care of your health after a grueling day at pilates class. It's socially acceptable countrywide. Cheers! More Discreet Healthy marijuana-infused kombucha can be consumed anywhere discreetly. You'll be able to enjoy the healthy drink at concerts, in public parks and at the newest Pink Floyd laser show down at the science museum. While it is a discreet delivery system, always check and obey your local laws concerning consumption of marijuana products.
Willie Nelson, Madonna, Bob Dylan, Jay Z, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Carl Sagan, Seth MacFarlane, Cheech and Chong. I bet you can guess one thing that each of these individuals has in common. They’re all highly creative, right? And they smoke pot. While hardly exemplifying the bleary-eyed, coach loafing, stoner stereotype, they’ve also ushered in extraordinarily creative social contributions. This means smokers had a higher ability to pull together various ideas to form a single optimum solution. Think “foot”, “high” and “cheese.” Pot smokers were more likely to come up with “ball” to tie the terms together. Granted, if we look at these tests from another perspective — the effect of openness to experience— the tests results don’t necessarily stand. Cannabis users' openness to experience may be what is responsible for their superior creative talents. Recently a friend told me, “Pot makes me a better person.” I knew what he meant. Pot opens our minds to alternate ideas and perspectives. Pot creates greater sensitivity and creative insight, and such tools that bring us together in fellowship are desperately needed in our overly linear and strangely divisive lives.
As states in the U.S. and nations are looking to legalize cannabis, laws vary widely. Over half of the U.S. has legalized marijuana for medical use. Here are some tips and useful information when getting started with the consumption of cannabis. Indica vs Sativa vs Hybrid Cannabis plants are divided into two major types: Indica and Sativa. Each strain has a range of effects on the mind and body, which results in a broad range of medicinal benefits. Sativa strains are prone to providing an experience that is more energizing. Indica, on the other hand, tends toward providing an experience with a sense of deep relaxation in the body. Hybrids attempt to collect the best of both worlds, to varying degrees of success. CBD vs THC Cannabidiol or CBD and Tetrahydrocannabinol or THC are the primary cannabinoids occurring naturally in the cannabis plant. Each of these substances interacts with the cannabinoid receptors that are found in the human brain and body, but they differ quite dramatically in their effects. CBD is a non-psychoactive; it will not get the user high. It appears more frequently than does THC in natural and dietary supplements. THC is the main psychoactive component in cannabis. Its effects include relaxation, altered senses, hunger, fatigue, and reduced aggression. Research shows that THC is helpful regarding Multiple sclerosis, lessening the tremors of spinal injury, chronic pain, inflammation, digestive health, and nausea and vomiting. CBD can help with these and more: pain, epilepsy, acne, depression, diabetes, anxiety, and heart disease, amongst many others. Delivery Type If you are already a smoker, smoking the flower may come most naturally to you, either in joints or eventually blunts, with pipes, vaporizers, or with water pipes or bongs. Smoking or inhalation is the prevalent means of consuming cannabis on the market today. It is also the quickest way to introduce THC to the system. Eating is a little less precise than smoking when it comes to achieving the desired effect with the desired amount. Users can make their own cannabutter and do some cooking or baking and experiment. It is easy to eat too much and then be startled by the powerful effects. General Tips Start low and go slow; for example, oil takes 90 minutes to reach full effect and you shouldn't add more until it has been two hours so you know how it will affect you. When you first try cannabis, do it with people that you know and trust; anxiety is sometimes a side effect, and that can be exacerbated with strange people or surroundings. Remember safety: do not drive impaired. Many myths surround cannabis use from its long years on the wrong side of the law. Some are true, others are exaggerated, and others are blatantly false. The latter includes the rumor that it is safer to drive on marijuana than it is on alcohol. Your reaction times are slowed, making this untrue. Be safe, enjoy the medical benefits, and have fun when starting out with cannabis.
Cannabis is great with massages because of the high levels of relaxation that's produced. Both work effectively when isolated to treat a certain area on the body for pain. Cannabis prepares the body to be treated with soft tissue manipulation by enhancing euphoria. The theory that locks in the use of cannabis during a massage states that the body produces and a high level of endorphins and serotonin. The person who is receiving the massage should remain still while the cannabis is applied. It will allow cannabis to flow within the body. Another alternative would be to consume cannabis through inhalation before getting a massage. Ideally, the pain area doesn't cramp up. The method increases blood flow in the body without raising the body's blood pressure. The creams used during the massage are highly credible for anti-inflammatory properties. They are exactly what the person should look for. Antioxidants are also in cannabis creams and oils. With that noted, a person that is experiencing pain from cancer should feel relieved from this type of massage (2019). For those who are not big fans of inhaling cannabis, there are edibles, sprays, and patches that can produce the calming effects that you need. In these cases, the person will get cannabis from a licensed physician at the massage clinic. If a person wants to enhance their euphoria, they can set the mood with candles, a dimmed room, invents, and music. In some rare cases, books that are on audio can be played during the massage. Some people who are suffering from chronic injury can use these steps during their sports medicine exams. The technique is perfect for professional teams that experience a lot of injuries while traveling. The greatest thing is that your massager can travel with you to help any of your players immediately. As mentioned before, edibles are an alternative way to ingest cannabis before a massage or during a massage. Ironically, if boiling was used to create the edibles, an atmosphere could be set up from a mist. In other terms, if any type of boiling was used, the mist can be circulated in the atmosphere. If boiling water was used, it's perfect for a person to be able to inhale and absorb at the same time. The antioxidants will be in the atmosphere. You can feel the difference within 2 hours. Generally, it takes a while to the bloodstream to get enough into a human body in order for it to be effective. To gain the ultimate relaxation, you can turn your massage parlor into a highly recommended place to produce happiness.
You probably already know that cannabis is a psychoactive drug, particularly the dried flowers of one of three species of Cannabis plants. Even though it's illegal on the federal level in the United States, it takes the cake as the most popular drug across the nation. While cannabis certainly has, in fact, become more normalized over the past two decades in the United States thanks to a rash of state-level cannabis legalization and decriminalization acts across some 33 states, the use of cannabis is definitely not a fad or a trend. People first started using the cannabis plant about 10,000 years ago. Much of its use came as hemp, the long, strong fibers found in the long stalks of cannabis plants. Easy to grow and more versatile than arguably any other agricultural endeavor, cannabis spread throughout the world and became a mainstay in humans' lives. Let's take a look at a few of the ways in which cannabis use is most beneficial to people: physical health, emotional wellness, and relationships. Emotional Wellness Cannabis has been shown to relieve symptoms of depression and anxiety disorders. However, its chronic use can also result in dual diagnosis disorders, which are mental health issues that arrive alongside substance abuse, rearing their ugly heads. As long as it's used responsibly and you consider it to be generally helpful to your life, you can reap the benefit of emotional wellness from using cannabis. Further, responsible cannabis use of strains that work well for users on a case-by-case basis can also improve their emotional states as a result of treating their other symptoms with cannabis. For example, someone who experiences chronic pain that begins taking cannabis to alleviate their pain is likely to experience positive emotions as a result of starting the use of cannabis as a medicine. Relationships Assume the two halves of a married couple arrive at their shared home following a long days’ worth of work for both of them. Since they're both likely stressed out, they're not as likely to be as warm and receptive to one another as if they had not just worked all day long. Cannabis isn't the end-all, be-all for unhealthy relationships - it might not help anything, at all - though it is an effective way to blow off steam. The couple will likely get along with each other better after one or both of them consume cannabis, in turn reducing stress levels, thereby making it easier to get along with one another. Physical Health Some neurological conditions cause users to shake violently without being able to control themselves, making it difficult to drink liquids or do anything, really. Cannabis can calm the malfunctioning areas of the brain that cause such tremors in people with Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease, for example. People suffering from eating problems can get their nutrition back on track with cannabis, as it is infamously known for "the munchies," a side effect whereby users get notoriously hungry.