“Not all CBD gummies are created equal” reads the Pure Craft product description of their Nano CBD Infused Vegan Broad Spectrum Gummies. This statement is a clear allusion to Thomas Jeffersons’ decry in the 1776 Declaration of Independence that, “all men are created equal.” This risky and provocative marketing tactic highlights the brashness CBD companies have adopted to … [Read more...] about A Review of Pure Craft’s Nano CBD Infused Broad Spectrum Vegan Gummies
A Review of Good Grease’s Pure CBD Topical Rub
After a long work week, my muscles and joints begin to flare up. If you reside in a snowy region of the country, like mine, shoveling has become a strenuous everyday activity. I was always told to ice and elevate ailing joints and muscle pains. However, this can be a time consuming ritual that doesn’t work for everybody. After extensive research on different forms of pain … [Read more...] about A Review of Good Grease’s Pure CBD Topical Rub
Is Cannabis Addictive?
“Is cannabis addictive?” This question, for all intents and purposes, is highly contentious. Depending on when and where you’ve grown up, the ‘socialized answer’ to this question may vary widely. Across the world, eastern and western cultures report varying levels of understanding, historical attachment and significance to cannabis. In modern day America, however, there is … [Read more...] about Is Cannabis Addictive?
“How Many Grams…?” Metric Units and Cannabis Conversions Made Easy
Do you ever find yourself struggling with metric unit conversion? Have you ever had multiple tabs open on your smart device’s search engine titled, "how many grams in a ..?" Or when you’re at a dispensary, have you ever felt pressed by the inquiry “do you want a quarter or an eighth?” If you quietly answered "yes, how’d he know?" to any of these oddly specific questions — then … [Read more...] about “How Many Grams…?” Metric Units and Cannabis Conversions Made Easy
Women in Whitewater: Paddling and Perseverance
“For me, kayaking is the medium,” explained whitewater kayaker Melissa DeMarie. “It’s such a great platform to build skills and confidence.” An East Coast transplant pulled to California for the better snow and bigger mountains, Melissa discovered the joy of paddling rivers after moving to Lake Tahoe in 2004. As with most high-intensity sports, she quickly noticed there weren’t … [Read more...] about Women in Whitewater: Paddling and Perseverance