7 New Ways Cannabis Will Dominate Your Wellness Regime
If you’re one who strives to maintain wellness, then here are seven new ways cannabis is going to rock your world this year.
APR 8, 2017
A couple of years ago, if someone mentioned the word cannabis, you would hear an earful about how harmful it is and why you should stay away. Nowadays, however, not only are people discovering how safe cannabis is, but also how beneficial it is for your health. For this reason, consuming the ganja is all the rage these days. That’s right; it’s actually trendy to like weed. And if you’re one who strives to maintain wellness, then here are seven ways cannabis is going to rock your world this year.
1. CBD is enhancing healthy beverages
As it turns out, a splash of cannabinoids in your drink can go a long way. From cocktails to cold-brew teas, CBD is making it possible to drink your way to good health.
New York’s Miriam Novalle just launched a new line of CBD-infused teas, called High Tea. Not only do they come in many delicious flavors, but they’re also full of vitamins and nutrients.
2. Edibles have more precise doses
Edibles are officially getting a makeover, and it’s about time. For awhile, edibles were lacking labels and well-defined doses. Now, companies like To Whom It May are controlling the dosage so consumers can discover what amount of THC is right for them.
3. Topicals are going to take over the beauty isle
If you want to witness the herb’s medicinal value first hand, then you need to try a topical. In addition to reducing inflammation, cannabis skincare can ease away muscle pain and heal eczema.
Apothecanna is giving the mainstream world of skincare a run for its money. If these products ever make it to your local Walmart or CVS, the last thing you’ll ever want to pick up is a bottle of Aveeno.
4. Lighting up isn’t the only way to get lit
It’s true; farmers are throwing their plants in the sunshine and embracing more natural ways of growing cannabis while they’re at it. Unlike indoor growing, cultivating cannabis in sunlight requires no use of pesticides and fungicides.
To point out one of the companies in favor of sun-grown weed, Flow Kana prides themselves in being the first sustainable, sun-grown cannabis brand.