The world of cannabis is changing, especially in terms of accessibility. More states are legalizing recreational adult use of cannabis, and dispensaries continue to open throughout these areas. And while legalization in some states has started to break stereotypes of cannabis use and users, there’s still the overarching theme to be discreet in using it.
From skincare, to energizing beverages or nightly linen sleep spray, we all have our go to products for everything! Imagine our surprise when, as we started our cannabis journey, we discovered “oh my, there’s cannabis for that”! Turns out, implementing cannabis into our regular routines is a lot more simple, and subtle, than we thought. The art of subtlety is essential to many Cannacurious and current cannabis users. Truth is, most people struggle with starting, so we’re here to show you all the ways you can swap what you’re currently using, for a cannabis infused product.
If you’re into health and beauty, you’ve probably noticed there are CBD infused products flooding the skincare industry, and for good reason. The CBD found in the cannabis plant is known for being anti-inflammatory with many other benefits as well. CBD has been known to help reduce the production of oil on the surface of the skin, and is antioxidant rich, which keeps your skin protected from free radicals in the air that can cause damage. Creams, face oils, and balms all infused with cannabis can give your skin the extra boost it needs to protect itself. It’s also an all natural, non-chemical ingredient with proven benefits! Suffice to say, there’s more to cannabis than smoking or digesting.
Many people struggle to get the recommended 8 hours of sleep per night. Whether because of stress or an unconventional work schedule, getting our minds and bodies to settle into a sleep-inducing state requires a little help sometimes. We’ve all seen the specialty teas to drink before bed that promise to calm the mind with herbal aromas. Night time lavender sprays tap into your senses by promoting a feeling of calm and relaxation to help drift you off to sleep. Whatever you do use to help you sleep regularly, or occasionally for those moments where it is particularly difficult to rest, cannabis can also give you relief.
Tinctures are a great way to replace some of the products mentioned above. A few drops under the tongue, or some can be added to beverages, and you’ll begin to experience de-stressing within minutes. You could even consume gummies or other edible products created with sleep inducing properties a few hours before you’d like to be snoozing if you want a little treat with your sleep!
There’s a lot of misconceptions that cannabis will turn you into jell‑o and keep you from getting your “to-to” list done. But that’s not actually true. Sure, there are definitely some cannabis concoctions that will let you effortlessly become one with your couch, chair, or wherever you lounge. However, in recent years those working with the plant’s chemical makeup have figured out a way to create cannabis products that help your focus, memory, and give you the energy you need to power through your day.
There are strains that activate your brain and create a feeling of blood pumping euphoria. Others can help you relax your brain so you are less likely to be distracted by outside elements, and zero in on your task at hand. There’s even ways to use very small doses of cannabis to relieve tension from stress or headaches from sitting in front of your computer screen! How you consume these products is a personal preference, but there’s something for everyone these days!
All of these possibilities are due to finding your personal balance of cannabis compounds such as CBD, THC and terpenes to give you the result you’re craving. The best way to know what your fix is – trial and error. But that’s why we want to help! Meet with our curators today for a consultation and let us help you navigate the world of cannabis safely, knowledgeably and in the comfort and privacy of your home. Learning and understanding all that cannabis has to offer is the first step to beginning a healthy regimen with cannabis.
Let’s get on with it, shall we?