Decarboxylation is a process that is synonymous with cannabis. It involves heating the cannabis to a high temperature of about (~250°F) for some time before it is used. Also, decarboxylation has to do with activating the cannabis in other to reach its potentials and be more medicinal. Also, when trying to make edibles from cannabis, decarboxylation is an important step.
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Sleep is one of the most important things you can do to maintain a healthy mental and physical life. However, about one in three adults in the United States experience insomnia throughout the year and don’t sleep the recommended seven-plus hours each night.
Unfortunately, despite the growing knowledge of sleep’s benefits people are more willing to lose a couple hours of shut eye each night due to what is considered time-stressors such as work, play, and social activities. Additionally, about 35% of adults experience either acute or chronic insomnia related to serious mental health disorders, chronic pain, and anxiety.
The legalization of cannabis in around 40 countries (at least in part) for the recreational purpose have widened the traveling horizons for those who like to sniff, inject, smoke or consume this drug in any form either legally or illegally. Events like ‘Ganja Goddess Getaway’ organized in the month of May, in the South of San Francisco, is the proof that sex is no bar as far as the love for cannabis is concerned. Here, this is a time period assigned specially to contemporary women to indulge in yoga, informational classes, spa treatment besides enjoying smoking cannabis in glass water bong and its consumption which is served in every conceivable form be it CBD vape oil (smoking or inhalation), smoothies or tablets, CBD gummies (oral), lotions or creams (topical).
Let’s talk about the Endocrine system and what it does for you and why CBD plays an integral part in keeping you healthy.
The endocrine system is the collection of glands that produce hormones that regulate metabolism, growth and development, tissue function, sexual function, reproduction, sleep, and mood, among other things (Zimmerman, 2018). Basically, the glands that control the functions of your body, super important!
The amount of strain and stress we put on our joints is astronomical. Think about it…how many times do you bend your fingers, or bend your knees to walk up the stairs, or turn your head…chew your food!? I could continue, but I’m pretty sure you get the idea, joints promote movement, and that movement does not come without a toll to the body and let’s face it the body is not quiet when this toll asks you to pay up…it hurts like the Mafia asking for their money. Something this author knows all to well, so much so I can tell you when the weather will change….three days in advance!