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Taking Weed to New Heights: 4 Herbs to Consume with Cannabis

Stacey Wellington

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By now, you are surely aware of how wonderful cannabis is. Whether it is for health or recreational purposes, this plant has something to offer. With this kind of potential found in just a few plants, you might be thinking: how can cannabis get any better? Well, you can enhance its effects by combining it with other beneficial herbs!

Why Combine Herbs?

  • For added excitement – Nothing beats having something to look forward to and mixing marijuana with various herbs certainly elevates the excitement cannabis has to offer.
  • For added flavours, aromas and effects – Marijuana already are medically beneficial, but if you are looking for additional or enhanced benefits, tastes and smells, other herbs can certainly help.
  • To take advantage of what they offer – It is always better to use an organic and effective option, and these herbs offer a natural addition to treatments.

Now, onto the plants you can use with marijuana. There are a few plants that have amazing synergy with marijuana and here are some of them:

Holy Basil

Holy Basil Plant

Also referred to as tulsi, this herb is known for its various medicinal properties. From its flowers to extracts, holy basil delivers numerous health benefits such as treating bronchitis, nausea and vomiting, even eczema! With properties similar to those of cannabis, this plant is indeed a perfect partner for marijuana.

You can use tulsi oil along with cannabidiol oil for treating skin issues such as acne and pimple breakouts. Moreover, people who like making gastronomic delights like pasta will find mixing holy basil and hemp a great option. Instead of making pesto sauce purely from either cannabis or basil, why not combine these two amazing plants for maximum taste and effect?

Hops

Hops Plant

This plant is in the same family as cannabis so there’s no wonder these two go together. Commonly used to make beer, hops is used to treat anxiety, sleep issues and attention disorders. With the same uses as medical marijuana, some cannabis enthusiasts brew a mixture of hops and weed to make beer with a different kick.

Just keep in mind that it is safer to intake a regulated amount of alcohol and cannabis, so keep your consumption in moderation. If you prefer to puff your weed, you might want to mix hops with your CBD vape oil instead of smoking it directly as it is reported to be safer.

Damiana

Damiana FlowerKnown as a plant with a slight psychoactive property, damiana can be mixed with your regular joint. With Valentine’s Day coming up, smoking a damiana-laced spliff can improve your date night as it is commonly used as an aphrodisiac. Combined with the pleasure-enhancing and libido-elevating properties of weed, this herb can certainly improve your sex life. Aside from smoking a joint, you can also purchase damiana tea, which you can infuse with CBD oil, making a perfect beverage to top off your night.

Herbal Tea Leaves

Just like with damiana tea, you can mix cannabis with other herbal teas. Whether you like brewing your own cup of you have ready-made tea bags in your pantry, mixing in a few drops of cannabis oil or dried marijuana buds into the mix can elevate your normal cup. You can use herbs such as chamomile, peppermint and other similar dried leaves for a weed-infused cup.

Using the cannabis plant to its fullest does not only involve using its parts. You can also improve what this amazing plant has to offer by mixing it with various beneficial plants. By doing so, you are only accepting what nature provides and putting them to good use.

 

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Introducing CBD Water – What Is It and Should You Try It?

Jordan Webber

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The CBD craze has brought forth a broad variety of CBD products in the market. From edibles, drinks, oil, skin care products, capsules, tinctures, to more, the list almost appears endless. With the apparent buzz the substance is getting, it’s no surprise that companies are doing the best they can to provide products that will suit consumers from all walks of life.

If you’re one among those who love to try out popular CBD products in the market, there’s a big chance you’ve already heard of CBD water before. Sure, while the existence of drinks infused with CBD doesn’t come as a news anymore, such as CBD coffee, beers, and more, it still often comes as surprise for many whenever they first hear of CBD water.

Here, we have prepared a brief guide focusing on what this product really is. If you have heard of this but haven’t tried it yet, here is everything you need to know about CBD water that might help you determine whether you should give it a go.

A Brief Background: What is CBD?

CBD, or a cannabidiol, is a chemical compound found naturally in the cannabis plant. To date, the substance enjoys a booming status in the market, especially with its impressive health potentials.

Specifically, as what various preliminary studies suggest, CBD has the potential to alleviate symptoms of anxiety, relieve pain, ease inflammation, and help with treating seizures. Unlike THC, or Tetrahydrocannabinol, another chemical found naturally in cannabis, cannabidiol doesn’t generate a psychoactive effect that is known as “high.” This means that people can safely consume it without getting “stoned.”

To date, due to CBD’s promising potentials, the substance is currently among the top subjects in the health and wellness industry. Different products have also been produced, which takes the substance as among its major ingredients. Among these include CBD oil, CBD edibles, CBD capsules, CBD personal care products, CBD pet products, to many more.

CBD Water- What Is It?

Essentially, CBD Water is just another product produced as a result of the CBD craze. As the name suggests, the product refers to plain drinking water infused with CBD particles.

However, the product isn’t as simple as what its name suggests. In fact, companies that manufacture CBD Water rely on quantum physics to create such product.

Specifically, they use nanotechnology to reduce CBD to nanoparticles size. Once they have shrunk it, it will be easier to infuse the substance with water.

Generally, the introduction of CBD Water resulted to two different reactions – with some impressed and other’s displeased.

For many, the main reason for the discontentment stems from the fact that most CBD water brands contain very little CBD, amounting only between 2 to 5 mg.

Manufacturers, however, argue that since CBD has been shrunk using nanotechnology, it will be easier for a person’s body to absorb and take advance of the potentials of the compound.

Moreover, since water is naturally healthy for the body, combining it with the powers of cannabidiol will provide the body with a more considerable boost in immunity.

To date, since research on the effects of nanotechnology on CBD absorption remains limited, many relies on anecdotal evidence to prove the effects of CBD water to the body.

Specifically, to date, most users report reduced level of pain and faster recovery times when using CBD water. One study published in 2015 also suggests that lipid-based CBD nanoparticles may be, indeed, better absorbed by the body.

What Now?

With the numerous health benefits being associated with CBD, it comes as a no surprise that many health promises are also being attached to CBD water as well. Among the most common claims include its ability to relieve pain, provide anti-anxiety and anti-inflammatory effects, and many more.

If you want to try out and see for yourself what this product offers, feel free to search for reputable CBD water brands and consult an expert today.

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Cannabis Beverages as a Refreshing Option for Consumers

Daniel King

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The cannabis industry remains on a roll despite some economic setbacks over the past few months. More and more infused products are being developed, paving the way for further innovation. This also provides consumers with more choices, from different types of edibles to items that can be consumed in other ways such as through vaping.

Those who are familiar with cannabis in the market know that edibles are some of the most popular products. In fact, gummies and baked goods have swept the industry immensely. However, one type of product has the potential to be another hit among consumers of the plant and infused items: drinkables. These are beverages infused with cannabinoids. If this is the first time you are hearing about this, then here’s what you need to know.

Why Check Out Cannabis Beverages?

As the name implies, you can bet that these drinks are mixed with THC and/or CBD. Those who are looking for a refreshing way to consume infused products, then this is your best bet. Beverages are ideal for consumers of the plant as they can go well with a nice meal.

Now, you might be hesitating to jump into the trend because you are not sure how it would fare, taste-wise. The main thing about recent drinkables is that producers no longer depend on outdated tech to create new products. Instead, they use state-of-the-art technology to infuse cannabinoids into tonics, non-alcoholic beers and teas. Combining alcohol and cannabis is illegal in the United States, so you can rest assured that any legitimate drinkable bought from licensed dispensaries will be safe to ingest.

As mentioned, these can come with THC and/or CBD. This is why you should make sure that you have a medical marijuana card if you seek to get a THC-infused drink in states that have not legalized adult-use products.

3 Cannabis Beverages to Satisfy Your Thirst

If you are keen on getting a swig of a cannabis beverage but you are not sure where to start, you might want to check out these particular products:

Tweed’s Soda and Distilled Cannabis

Soda offers one of the most refreshing sensations, which is why carbonated drinks are some of the most popular ones in the market. If you want that same thirst-quenching feeling you get from drinking sodas without all the sugar, then you might want to try Tweed’s Houndstooth & Soda. It contains 2 mg of THC in a 355 mL can, which is best served chilled or iced.

Tweed also has Houndstooth, a distilled drink. This one has higher THC content at 10 mg in 150 mL bottles. One bottle can yield 5 one-ounce servings. This is non-carbonated but it is perfect for blending with non-alcoholic mixers.

Outbound’s Hemp Infused Craft Malt Beverage

If you are looking for a brewed experience just like what beer has to offer, then Outbound’s products are the best for you. It contains less than 0.5% alcohol per bottle, which is essentially insignificant. The best thing about these items is that they come in different flavors. You can choose among varieties such as Blood Orange Haze, Pale Haze and Grapefruit Haze.

Somatik’s House of Saka

Artisanal and luxurious, Somatik’s House of Saka has one of the most elegant brandings you will find. It offers non-alcoholic cannabis wine that comes in sophisticated packaging. You can choose between Saka Pink and Saka White, handcrafted using fresh grapes.

Exploring what the industry has to offer is one of the exciting things about being a cannabis consumer. With these beverages, you can definitely find a refreshing option that can satisfy your need for the plant.

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Quarantine Cooking: Cannabis Recipes to Tide You Over

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Cannabis Cooking, CBD Recipes to Try While on Quarantine

The virus pandemic has shuttered people away into their homes, drastically changing the way people lead their everyday lives. While medical professionals, hospital staff, and other essential workers are thrust into a whole new battlefield and landscape, people at home have also been forced to grapple with a new reality: how they work, socialize, and of course, how they eat – all these have changed with the coming of the coronavirus pandemic.

There’s no denying that these have been unprecedented times, especially on an economic, social, and political scale. With individuals and governments alike dealing with the virus pandemic, we certainly find ourselves in a unique situation. On the one hand, our routines and habits have been disrupted and altered to fit the ‘new normal’ – from thinking smart about food spending and food waste to taking precautions when we go out. On the other hand, this virus pandemic opened up new possibilities and avenues for people, with most turning to their pantries, kitchens, and stoves to cook.

As people continue to stay quarantined in efforts to help flatten the curve, many individuals have turned into cooking and baking their way at home as a means to cope with stress, anxiety, and the collective trauma the pandemic has caused. Although an unfortunate situation for everyone to be in, there is perhaps a silver lining to all of this: people are cooking and spending more time in their kitchens, getting a sense of normalcy, and taking care of themselves.

More than cooking for sustenance and daily nutrition, people have been turning to cook for comfort, relief, and entertainment. Alongside their kitchen ventures (and mishaps), many individuals have resulted in experimenting with CBD oil and cannabis cooking to help put them into a more relaxed state.

Why Cook with CBD

For those who are lucky to live in states and areas where dispensaries and cannabis delivery services are available, cooking with CBD oil might be a good idea. For those who don’t know, cannabidiol is highly regarded for its pain- and stress-relieving properties. Unlike its tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) counterpart which contains the psychoactive compound of cannabis, CBD is not psychoactive, meaning it won’t get you feeling inebriated when you do consume it.

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Instead, cannabidiol acts as an effective pain-relieving treatment without altering your state of mind. More than addressing pain, there have been studies which found that CBD oil is actually effective in reducing anxiety and depression, thus making it the perfect accompaniment during this collective traumatic time for each and every one.

Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, CBD oil is also great for individuals who normally suffer from breakouts or acne, especially when used directly on the skin as a serum or moisturizer of sorts. However, directly consuming or ingesting this also works from within as it helps lower high blood pressure, thereby boosting heart health.

In a time where emotions and stress levels are running high, and let’s face it, the virus threatening our immune system, working with CBD oil in the kitchen is sure to add wonders not our general health and wellbeing, it can also act as a welcome respite for our current mental state.

Due to its wealth of benefits and health properties, cannabidiol certainly makes its case for quarantine cooking.

The Case for Quarantine Cooking

For many people, cooking and baking have always been associated with comfort and healing. It can help provide a sense of escape and happiness in this pandemic. At the same time, this very art acts as a way for individuals to keep their mind off of things, while also giving them a sense of pride and accomplishment with every dish or baked goods they churn out.

As governments and countries around the world call for social and or physical distancing in the time of corona, food can still very much serve its purpose even when people are miles away, that is to bring people together. Despite ordinances and initiatives surrounding social distancing, the very notion of food perseveres and communities come together by sharing their creations and recipes on social media. It has become a huge online support group, with almost all members trying to navigate this challenging and terrifying landscape.

Today, many even share their blessings and home-cooked meals to less fortunate people by sharing their time and talent and taking these to the streets or soup and food kitchens in numerous parts of the world. Some even bring food to frontliners in the hopes of expressing support (and as a way to give sustenance) to these brave souls.

More than fostering a sense of community via social media, food aficionados and newly inspired home cooks are now seeing cooking and baking as a means of deviating from the anxieties the outside world brings – albeit temporarily.

Comforting Pantry Recipes with CBD Oil

Now that the case for cooking with CBD in the time of coronavirus has been made, it’s high time we jump onto some comforting recipes you can do in your own home. Not to worry, though, as most ingredients are already found in your own pantry. In case you might be lacking some things, it’s easy enough to forego or even entirely substitute these ingredients for something else that can work. During this time when food and essentials have been more important than ever, it’s time to get creative.

CBD-Infused Salad, Cannabis Cooking Recipes

Appetizer: Green Salad with CBD Hemp Oil Vinaigrette

While comfort foods are all the rage these days, it’s also essential to consume healthy meals and dishes to keep your immune system strong. One way you can do this is by eating a bowl of salad greens for lunch or dinner or serving your sandwich with a side of these greens.

For this recipe, you will only need ¼ cup of EVOO, 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, a quarter of a lemon, squeezed, a teaspoon of honey, and 2 full droppers of your CBD hemp oil. Place all ingredients in a jar and shake well until incorporated. Pour over your green salad. Top your salad with more healthy ingredients such as soft boiled eggs, flax seeds, tomatoes, and yes, even cheese.

Entrée: Cilantro Cashew Pesto Pasta

For a refreshing take on good ol’ pesto pasta, why not switch up your nuts and your oil of choice? For this recipe, you’ll be using a cup of cashews (or any nut of choice), a cup of cilantro, a handful of scallions, 2 garlic cloves, 3 tablespoons of honey, a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, 3 tablespoons of CBD-infused olive oil, and a teaspoon of salt.

Cook your pasta in a heavily salted pot of boiling water until al dente. In a separate bowl, simply combine all ingredients. Alternatively, you may also use a food processor if you wish and blend the mixture until smooth. However, more chunks and textures allow you to achieve a rustic-looking and tasting sauce. Pour the mixture over the cooked pasta and serve. You may also drizzle the sauce over fish, steaks, or even other veggie-based dishes.

Dessert: CBD Oil Brownies

Nothing spells comfort food like brownies, especially those that are fresh and warm from the oven. You can just imagine this gooey, fudgy goodness hugging your whole being. Plus, its very contents help you calm down thanks to its wealth of CBD oil benefits.

For this recipe by Tastemade, you’ll need the following:

  • 240 grams of ground almonds
  • 50 grams of cocoa powder
  • 2 tablespoons of baking power
  • ½ teaspoon of salt
  • 50 grams of coconut oil
  • 180 grams of coconut sugar
  • 10 milliliters of CBD oil
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 teaspoons of plant-based milk
  • 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract
  • 200 grams dark chocolate chips

To make this, preheat your oven to 100 C/140 C with the fan on. Line your 20 x 20 centimeter brownie tray with parchment paper and grease until all sides have been covered. In a bowl, simply mix all dry ingredients together. Then, in another bowl, combine all the wet ingredients.

Pour the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and mix until all ingredients have been fully incorporated. Add the chocolate chips and place this onto the brownie tray. Feel free to add more chocolate chips on top. Bake for around 30 minutes. Allow to cool then serve.

For a more decadent treat, go ahead and top your serving with a heaping scoop of vanilla ice cream.

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Bonus: CBD Moscow Mule

It’s always five o’clock somewhere, right? If the days have been going by in a blur and have been making you extra antsy, ease your worries away with a cool and refreshing glass of Moscow mule laced with CBD.

Make this by filling a copper mug with ice. Then, add 2 ounces of vodka, an ounce of fresh lime juice, CBD ginger syrup or a few drops of CBD oil, and ice. Top the mixture with ginger beer and finish it off with a sprig of mint and a side of a lime wedge.

The Bottom Line

Cooking may be a solitary activity, especially during life in quarantine. However, with these new and rediscovered recipes, you can bridge gaps and still bring the cooking community something new.

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