Summer is fast approaching, and with it a vast array of holidays and backyard barbeques culminating into numerous opportunities to celebrate and socialize. When I think of how these celebrations traditionally take place my mind is drawn to thoughts of hamburgers and hot dogs, as well as beer and soda. As a host I always want to make my guest feel welcome and provide a plethora of options to meet everyone’s taste. Today that also includes providing several non-alcoholic options. But what about flower?
the science of flower
I was reading the news the other day and came across this article entitled, Top Florida Democrat Sues Biden Administration Over Marijuana and Guns. The gist of the article is that Florida’s Agriculture Commissioner, Nikki Fried, plans to sue the Biden administration to try to block a federal rule that prohibits medical marijuana users from buying guns or maintaining concealed-carry permits.
One of the many intentions I set for myself for 2022 is to re-evaluate some of the more challenging relationships in my life. Relationships, however, come in many different forms and do not always involve another human being. For me some of the more complicated and evolving relationships I have are with things, rather than people, for instance with food, or exercise. But in this case I’m going to talk about my relationship with alcohol.
Then, there are terpenes. The word terpene has become synonymous with cannabis in recent years, but the fact is terpenes aren’t exclusive to cannabis. So, what the heck is a terpene?
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In the 1990s scientist discovered this thing call the endocannabinoid system, or ECS, in humans and animals. Turns out the ECS is an integral part of homeostasis – the body’s way of regulating and trying to stay healthy despite constant internal and external changes. The ECS helps regulate appetite, sleep, mood, stress, memory, energy levels and even reproduction through receptor sites located throughout the body, in places like the brain, liver, kidneys, spleen, gonads, and heart.