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May
17
Isolate vs Full Spectrum

Chances are you've heard the terms isolate and full spectrum being tossed around somewhere these days. These two terms most commonly reference cannabis products but what's the difference between isolate and full spectrum? It sounds confusing and can be, but it doesn't have to be.

The science behind how these two types of cannabis products come to be is complex. Let’s take away some of the confusion behind the science to make these two terms make sense. Together, we’ll explore isolate cannabis and full spectrum cannabis to discover the differences between the two.

First, we’ll dive into the short of what isolate is. Next, we’ll explore full spectrum to see what all it has to offer. You’ll find links to some c...


Jul
10
Cannabinoids and Traumatic Brain Injury

We’ve come a long way in our knowledge of cannabis and its effects on the body, but some anti-pot campaigns still cling on to outdated propaganda as though it were legit. Specifically, there are those who still insist that cannabis use causes long term brain damage despite evidence proving otherwise. In fact, modern cannabis research suggests that cannabis may actually repair the brain after traumatic injury and protect it from age-related neurological disorders, as well.

Studies Suggest Cannabis May Protect the Brain from Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury, or TBI, occurs when trauma – say a solid bump to the head – disrupts normal brain functions. The immediate symptoms of TBI are considered mild if they last 30 minutes or l...


Jun
25
CBD Basics

CBD seems to be popping up everywhere these days – food, cosmetics, pet treats –consumers can even purchase therapeutic CBD massages to dissolve stored pain and tension in the body and rejuvenate the skin. But what exactly is CBD and is it really as therapeutic as everyone thinks? Before you book your next CBD massage, we want to make sure you know just how special the treatment really is.

What is CBD

CBD, or cannabidiol, is a chemical compound that comes from the cannabis plant. It comes from both “marijuana” and “hemp,” which are basically just terms used to differentiate between cannabis that either has a substantial percentage of THC (more than .3 percent in most states) and cannabis that doesn&rsquo...


Oct
12
Introduction to Traditional Thai Massage

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Oct
12
Reflexology Clinic

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