This the season, for everyone to get sick. That's right! While you're out shopping in the hustle and bustle of the holiday and winter season people are coughing, sneezing, and leaving germs behind everywhere. It's inevitable that most everyone catches a cold during the winter months.
It doesn't have to be this way. Sick phyto on your cold symptoms this year. No, not Fido the dog, Phyto as in phytocannabinoids from the cannabis plant.
You can greatly reduce your risks of catching a cold by following some healthy habits. Prepare your body for the cold season with a good bioavailable multivitamin.
For those who live in an area with a legal cannabis market fighting the cold season can be easy breezy with help of phytocannabinoids and terpenes.
Phytocannabinoid such as CBD, THC, CBN, CBG, and others offer a wide range of benefits. Benefits such as being an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, appetite stimulant, appetite suppressant, and more.
Cannabis also offers an impressive world of terpenes such as Pinene which is found in Jack Herer.
Pinene is known to help as an antimicrobial, is a strong expectorant, and it's even known to help soothe respiratory issues.
Pinene is one of the terpenes we smell when we take a deep breath of fresh air in a forest. We all know how good that breath of fresh air feels. Just imagine how good it makes your body feel. There are many ways to consume cannabis.
THC will provide an intoxicating buzz or high. CBD by itself will not. If you're looking to stay clear-headed you will want to consume products containing only CBD.
If you don't mind the intoxicating effects of THC your products are available in abundance. You can make cannabis butter at home and infuse any food you make.
A CBD infused Honey Citron tea is a great way to help build your immune system and utilize phytocannabinoids to fight off the ever-annoying cold this year.Posted: Saturday, October 20th, 12:00pm a month ago
James has a passion for wordsmithing content specific to the cannabis community, culture, and industry. This father of seven spends all his time writing about the plant he loves. James believes that cannabis should be an essential part of everyone's life but, this doesn't mean that everyone has to get stoned to do this. Only through education and sharing the stories of the community can we help to tear down the negative walls of stigmas and stereotypes that cannabis has received or the last 80 years. James likes to say, "A single seed can tip the scales, be the seed."