For most of us, achieving better health is a New Year’s resolution in 2019 (and, let’s be honest, has been almost every year).
Wellness is a journey that requires balancing the physical, emotional, and spiritual facets of your life. It can be challenging, but we believe in you, and we’re here to help!
Making small changes to your daily regimen allows you to work towards your goals, one step at a time, without feeling overwhelmed.
Each week, introduce one new adjustment and focus on accomplishing it every day. If it’s a task, assign a time when you will complete it. Ultimately, you will transform each task into a habit.
If you miss a day or make a mistake, don’t worry. Change takes time, and wellness is not rigid, it’s fluid. Thank yourself for making the commitment to your health and make a promise that you will do better tomorrow.
Meditating in the morning, joining a group fitness class, adding more vegetables to your diet, or drinking eight cups of water per day are a just few adjustments you can make towards a more balanced lifestyle.
It’s the first holiday season since legalization in California, and changing times have made consumption more accessible, more stylish, and even more enjoyable.
Not only is cannabis a safer alternative to alcohol, it naturally enhances laughter, mood and sleep. Giving the gift of green shows someone that you care about their health and well-being.
Our 2018 Holiday Gift Guide highlights some of our most popular products and seasonal staff favorites, so you can find the perfect present for everyone from your grandma to your girlfriend. Plus, we’ve included BPG’s holiday sales to ensure that gifting dank won’t break your bank.
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This story was originally published on MarijuanaMoment.net
New studies on marijuana are churned out nearly every day, with most of them focusing on novel findings about the plant’s therapeutic potential and the implications of legalization.
But cannabis itself isn’t new. Far from it. And a study published this month in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology documents the fascinating evolution of humanity’s relationship with marijuana over the course of thousands of years of history.
Researchers compiled a trove of documents from around the world and examined earlier studies in order to “provide a critical and comprehensive evaluation, from the ancient times to our days, of the ethnological, botanical, chemical and pharmacological aspects of [cannabis], with a vision for promoting further pharmaceutical research to explore its complete potential as a therapeutic agent.”
This story was originally published on MarijuanaMoment.net.
Move aside, kids. And pass grandpa the bong.
A new study published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence on Thursday found that older Americans are
increasingly turning to marijuana, particularly for medical purposes.
How big is the trend? Twice as many adults aged 50-64 (nine percent) and about seven times as many adults 65 and older (three percent) reported using cannabis in the past year, compared to a decade ago.