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  • Hashish: An Overview

    1 March 2022

    Cannabis is a popular plant today. Its popularity mainly arises from research outcomes, which suggest that Cannabis has manyhealth benefits, including treating and alleviating chronic pain, alcohol and opioid dependencies, cancer, multiple sclerosis, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorders. That is why its medical use is now legal in at least 37 states.  This piece introduces you to one of the most common products of the cannabis plant: hashish (hash). Keep reading to discover more about this substance.

  • What to Expect When Smoking Sour Suver Haze Flower

    15 February 2022

    Sour Suver Haze is a hemp varietal that is showing up all over the place these days. You can find it at local CBD stores, from online CBD distributors, and even at some health food stores that sell herbal remedies and the like. If you have purchased some Sour Suver or are thinking of buying some, you probably want to know what to expect. Here's a look.  What to Expect: Flavor

  • The Pros And Cons Of Using Re-Connective Healing To Manage Chronic Fatigue

    28 January 2022

    Living with chronic fatigue can be incredibly difficult. Some days, you might feel okay. Other days, you may barely have the energy to get out of bed. Every patient is different and responds differently to treatment. So, at the end of the day, it's up to you to find treatments that are useful and effective for you. One option to consider is called reconnective healing. This energy healing modality helps redirect the flow of energy through your body.

  • Simple Herbal Remedies For Occasional Nausea

    14 January 2022

    When the occasional bout of nausea comes on, it can keep you from doing the things that you want or need to do. There are anti-nausea medications available that can help, but if you would rather avoid these substances, you may want to consider herbal medicine. The following are some simple herbal remedies that can help with occasional bouts of nausea. Peppermint Peppermint is a commonly used herb that can go a long way in settling an upset stomach.