• The Ultimate Guide to CBD

    Posted: April 6, 2022

    The ultimate guide to learning everything you need to know about CBD products, your Endocannabinoid System, Hemp and more.

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  • CBD: Where To Start?

    Posted: May 19, 2021

    You want to try CBD, but you aren't sure where to begin?

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  • How Does CBD Make You Feel

    Posted: November 30, 2022

    Many first-time customers reach out to us wondering how they can expect CBD to make them feel. Will I get high? Will it make me tired? Will I feel it start working? All of these are common questions; you’re not alone if you’ve been wondering the same things! If you’re new to CBD and unsure what to expect, this blog is for you.

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  • 4 Tips for Reducing Pet Stress During the Holiday Season

    Posted: November 18, 2022

    We all know the frenzy of the holiday season can be stressful, but we often forget our pets can feel the stress too. Whether you’re traveling or hosting, it can be a lot for your pets to handle. You can help your dog or cat minimize holiday stress with some simple adjustments.

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  • Can CBD Help With PTSD?

    Posted: November 11, 2022

    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a serious mental health condition that can develop after experiencing a traumatic event. Approximately 10% of people will experience PTSD at some point in their lives. Symptoms of PTSD may include trouble sleeping, reliving the event repeatedly, anxiety, increased sensory sensitivity, dizziness, forgetfulness, fatigue, depression, headaches, and trouble with focus.  PTSD is most commonly associated with war veterans, but you don’t need to be a veteran to suffer from PTSD. This disorder can be triggered by any traumatic event, such as childhood neglect, sexual harassment, or a tragic accident. There is increasing evidence that CBD may help people manage symptoms of PTSD. 

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  • 5 Tips To Beat Winter Blues

    Posted: November 4, 2022

    Winter is coming, and many people experience a shift in mood during the cooler months. This is often referred to as the winter blues. The winter blues can be considered a milder form of seasonal affective disorder (SAD). SAD is a subtype of major depressive disorder. The winter blues and SAD are similar in many ways. Symptoms can include sadness, lethargy, overeating, feeling less social than usual, difficulty performing at work, and more. The winter blues are common and can be combated with some simple tips. If you are experiencing extreme symptoms of depression like those associated with SAD, reach out to a trusted professional. Keep reading for five easy tips for lessening the winter blues.

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