Health & Wellness

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MEDICAL AND RECREATIONAL CANNABIS?

We have found the answer to be, it is the INTENTION with which you are choosing to consume it. Physical cannabis is the same whether you use it for its varied levels of euphoria (the high), for the relaxation and laughter in a social setting with friends, or because you want to relieve chronic pain and sleep through the night. Intention should be your guide to consuming cannabis. This mindful, intention-based approach is known as therapeutic cannabis use.

Studies are beginning to show that people who use marijuana as part of their regular routine tend to decrease their use of alcohol, tobacco, opiates and narcotics as a result.

INSTEAD OF TOBACCO

 

If you’ve been meaning to quit tobacco, marijuana can likely help you achieve your goal. Opt for a quick vape or a joint the next time you have a craving or social obligation to smoke. It’s reportedly healthier and non-addictive. 1 out of 10 tobacco users surveyed have entirely replaced tobacco with cannabis.

INSTEAD OF ALCOHOL

 

Skip the hangover and the empty calories — try marijuana instead of alcohol the next time you’re looking to socialize. You’ll have a great time and your liver will thank you. It’s no surprise that 4 out of 5 consumers surveyed have replaced their weekly drinking with cannabis.

INSTEAD OF OPIATES

 

For those suffering from severe or chronic pain, going through chemotherapy, or recovering from injury, marijuana is a reportedly great alternative to opiates. Treatment with THC and CBD alleviates pain while avoiding dangerous side effects and addiction. In fact, one-third of patients surveyed have completely replaced their opiate use with marijuana.

INSTEAD OF SLEEPING PILLS

 

Put on some relaxing music, turn off the lights, and tuck yourself into bed with a sedating cannabis strain, which reportedly reduces anxiety and induces mind and body relaxation. One-third of those customers surveyed have replaced sleeping pills with cannabis, in fact.

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