Our bodies were designed to handle stress. But putting your body under constant stress without taking time to relax and regenerate creates adverse health effects in 43% of all adults. Some of those problems include headaches, stomach issues, high blood pressure, insomnia, chest pain, and overall heart problems. It’s no wonder stress is called the “silent killer.” Below, we compiled some of the best ways to deal with stress and suggest some ways that cannabis can help you relax.
Start your day off with this delicious and healthy CBD avocado toast. It’s super easy to make, and CBD is the perfect addition to any breakfast! In fact, our CBD sprays and oil can be added to almost any food or drink. This recipe was brought to us by our new brand ambassador CJ Nelson, he loves it because it’s healthy, simple, and best of all, it’s ready in under 5 minutes.
Feeling stressed, sore, or unable to sleep? Try a DIY cannabis bath soak using a trifecta of relaxing bath ingredients: Epsom salts are high in magnesium that absorbs through your skin to relieve muscle tension. CBD may help with pain, inflammation and relaxation (without any psychoactive effects). Essential oils deepen the relaxation, soothe muscles, help your skin, and relieve pain.
It’s mid-January. How’s your New Year’s Resolution going?
We put a lot of pressure on ourselves in the beginning of the year. We say we’re going to read more, go to the gym, lose 10lbs, stay away from ice cream. But let’s be honest, by the end of February we’ve given up or forgotten and we go back to normal.
Already feeling down on yourself for slacking on your resolution? We put together some doable resolutions you can incorporate into your everyday life for a better 2018.
It’s hard to find someone who hasn’t been personally impacted by breast cancer in some way. In fact, 1 in 8 U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer within their lifetime. With Breast Cancer Awareness Month coming to an end, we got together with our friends over at Bōsm Wellness to chat all things breast health. Here are some of the best breast-health tips you can incorporate into your everyday life.