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10 Ways Cannabis Can Help Keep You Healthy This Fall


  • 10 Ways Cannabis Can Help Keep You Healthy This Fall

    Nothing is better than fall and winter. There’s pumpkin spice everything, and maybe even a great ski season. Luckily, that isn’t all you have to look forward to. During the fall and winter months, using cannabis can be a game-changer for your health. Here are 10 ways cannabis can keep you healthy this season.
    1. Stress

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    As the work you begins to wind up, it’s important to keep your stress level low. Cannabis is a great way to relax during the busiest months of the year.
    2. Stomach pains

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    Have an upset tummy from all of those pumpkin flavored treats? Cannabis can help you settle an upset stomach, pronto.
    3. Appetite

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    Maybe you’re under-the-weather but can’t keep anything down. Luckily cannabis – especially strains high in THC – stimulate your appetite.
    4. Cold & flu

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    If you’re battling a constant cold, or even the flu, cannabis can alleviate so many symptoms. Strains high in CBD have anti-bacterial properties that will help demolish your virus. Additionally, strains high in THC will help you get to sleep if you’ve been up all night.
    5. Hangovers

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    Let’s face it. As the weather gets colder, the booze begins to flow. Cannabis is the best hangover cure on the planet.
    6. Dry skin

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    Nothing is worse than dry skin. Luckily, there are numerous topical cannabis productsthat will nourish your skin, leaving it feel moisturized despite the weather.
    7. Cold sores

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    Cold sore breakouts are common when the weather changes. Using THC topically can help to suppress these breakouts and re-nourish the skin.
    8. Back pain

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    Maybe you’re in charge of cooking the holiday meals, or just going to the grocery store. Regardless, your back in bound to ache. Cannabis is a great way to alleviate back pain. Try using it topically for extra awesome relief.
    9. Heart attacks

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    As the weather gets colder, the rate of heart attacks increase. Micro-dosing cannabis is shown to support a healthy cardio-vascular system.
    10. Sleep

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    When you’re busy juggling holiday parties, work deadlines, and a bitter winter chill, it can become difficult to sleep. Cannabis is an amazing natural sleep aid.

    With so many uses, cannabis really is the best way to stay healthy this winter. Bundle up, have fun, and enjoy the fall and winter with cannabis by your side.
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