Dabbing is not as intimidating as it looks. Yes, it’s a little more involved than smoking, but once you get the hang of it, it’s really not that different than hitting a bowl. Plus, you get a smoother hit and a cleaner, higher high.
Needless to say, it’s been weird this last year or so. If you’re feeling stressed about the pandemic, venturing back to “normal,” embracing your new permanent work-from-home lifestyle, or heading back into the office, don’t worry—you’re not alone! We’re all adjusting to life post-COVID, and we just barely adjusted to life during COVID, so it’s okay to feel off. We all do. Fortunately, the United Nations started a yearly celebration that can help all of us find some calm—International Day of Yoga on June 21.
Limonene limonene just like grandma...mene? Alright so maybe you wouldn’t find a sidewalk stand selling this terpene by itself, but as one of the most abundant terps found in cannabis you’ve no doubt enjoyed the citrusy delight of limonene’s distinct aroma.
People just can’t fall asleep. As many as a quarter of Americans report having chronic issues with insomnia every year, and a lack of sleep can have negative consequences on overall health, work productivity, and even road safety.
With Adult Use cannabis now legal in Arizona, it’s important to get newcomers up to speed on weed. Browsing, purchasing and consuming cannabis from Sol Flower might seem intimidating if you’ve never done it before, but there’s no shame in not knowing what you don’t know. We’re here to help! So let’s roll it back to the basics and talk about flower.
You’re feeling very sleepy. A whiff of tree bark after a fresh rain is in the air. There are no bugs anywhere near you. Is this a dream? No, it’s Nerolidol, a fascinating little terpene that makes your strain taste like citrus and keeps pests away from people and plants.
We at Sol Flower would like to let you in on a schwaggy little secret: the differences between sativa and indica might not be as great as you think. Over time, stereotypes have turned into categorical truths about each - indica puts you “in the couch,” sativa opens your mind to big thoughts and creative expression - but to what extent are these attributes real science vs. stoner jargon? And does it matter?
We are truly living in the golden age (or greenest age) of symptom relief via cannabis, with more ways than ever to get cannabinoids into our system and more selection when it comes to how we want to feel.
Of all the amazing qualities inherent to cannabis - the clarity it provides, the creativity it opens up, the highs it can take you to - perhaps the greatest of all is its versatility. Marijuana is not only multifaceted in the ways in which it’s consumed, but in the variety of medical conditions for which the plant provides relief.
Why cannabis is helping seniors sleep away their insomniaFor senior citizens who stir through the night, insomnia can be detrimental to the active lifestyle many want to enjoy. Contrary to some stereotypes, seniors don’t biologically require fewer hours of sleep to feel well-rested; 7 to 8 hours a night is recommended for adults age 65+, in line with every other adult age group. But conditions like chronic pain, PTSD, depression and anxiety are all contributing factors to senior sleep deprivation, with symptoms that can worsen without proper rest.
Who’s hungry? If you’ve ever salivated over the variety of delicious options available on marijuana-infused menus these days, you might be considering edibles for your next medicated meal. Before you go scarfing down cannabis cookies or dousing your chicken wings in spicy Pot Sauce, make sure you know what you’re putting into your body and how it might affect you.