The year that will probably go down in history for being the most challenging, eye rolling and fucked up year there has been (in my life time at least). 2020 has affected all of our day to day routine lives as well as effecting our mental well-being and challenging our mental strength. Over the past … Continue reading 2020…
CBD is a chemical compound found in the cannabis plant and it is now widely used for medical reasons as it can help treat skin problems, chronic pains/illnesses, heart disease, cancer, anxiety, depression and PTSD but for the time being I'm going to focus on how CBD can and does help those who suffer from … Continue reading CBD & PTSD
Post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD for short, is a mental illness that results in the improper processing and storage of traumatic events. PTSD develops because the trauma experience was so distressing that we want to avoid any reminder of it (ironic really), our brains don't process the experience into a memory, so the experience … Continue reading What Is PTSD?
There is no doubt that mental health has been on one hell of a ride this decade. For me, I started off this decade by attempting suicide, self-harming, I was severely depressed and I had a firm hand on my self-destruct button up until last year. I’m now here clear minded, traumas processed, I see … Continue reading What A Decade
Cannabis and mangoes can be a smokers perfect match. Not only are mangoes one of your five a day but they can also help your high last longer! Mangoes hold the ability to intensify your high as well as making it last longer. How does it work? Mangoes are packed with Myrcene which is a … Continue reading Marijuana And Mangoes
Cannabis can be consumed via numerous ways but the most common two are smoking and eating and to those who have done both will know that they affect you very differently. How cannabis is absorbed has a huge impact on how it effects you. When you smoke weed the THC travels directly to the brain … Continue reading Eating Or Smoking?
Anyone who consumes cannabis on a regular basis will know that over time the effects of cannabis begin to seem non-existent or not as strong as they once were. Tolerance breaks (or t-breaks) are a way of resetting your body. Research has shown that cannabis consumers do actually build up a tolerance (same with alcohol). … Continue reading Tolerance Break
Cannabis has been gaining a lot of publicity which means more research is being done about this intriguing plant and it’s proving pretty interesting. Recent studies have shown that there is actually a link between cannabis and psychosis. The studies show that the daily use of cannabis (especially high potent strains) is linked to developing psychosis. … Continue reading Cannabis and Psychosis
There are two major types of cannabis plants called Indica and Sativa. The words 'indica' and 'sativa' were first introduced in the 18th century to describe different species of cannabis. They each have different appearances and very different effects when used. Indicas: Indica plants are bushy, short and have wide leaves. They typically grow faster … Continue reading Indica Or Sativa?
CBD is in high demand at the moment. CBD alone is getting positive recognition for its abilities. THC doesn't get the same amount of positive recognition but in the next couple of years I think that will soon change. But what actually is CBD and THC? It can be easy to believe that CBD and … Continue reading CBD vs THC – The Science