If you’re like me, you entertain all the newfound aches and pains of adulthood, as well as some old flames, like chronic pain and injuries from sports and accidents. Check out my latest recs for cannabis- and CBD-infused topical products. Continue reading The Best Pain-Relieving Cannabis Topicals On The Market Right Now
Many patients are choosing not to smoke because it’s tough on the lungs and throat, and leaves a conspicuous odor. So they go for an edible product, typically dosed anywhere from 15 to 100mg THC. The problem is that the ideal dose for most patients is around 5-10mg THC – meaning the majority of patients are technically overdosing on edibles.
While a “THC overdose” won’t hurt or kill you, I guarantee you won’t enjoy it.
The Outset Edibles brand was developed as a direct result of a bad experience with an improperly-dosed edible. Continue reading Medicate Without the Lag: Outset Edibles
No matter your skill level, I would highly recommend trying cannabis to enhance your yoga practice, or really any physical activity. Cannabis stimulates the endocannabinoid system inside your body – the same system that regulates the “runner’s high.” Continue reading Get Elevated with Ganja Yoga
I do a lot to keep my muscles in shape for the heavy impact of running – from stretching and warmups to compression wear and various supplements and topical remedies. But something so basic that I was overlooking, and was recommended highly to me recently by a massage therapist, is really breathing new life into my legs and I have to share it! Continue reading Recovery 103 – Epsom Salt Baths
Recovering from a tough workout is a science – there are so many different factors both before and after your workout that help determine how much benefit your muscles will get out of it, and in contrast, how sore you’re going to be the next day. Proper recovery techniques are also necessary to avoid both short- and long-term injury. Continue reading Recovery 101
I’m still a little surprised that I’m sitting here writing about my running journey, given that the assessment of several physical therapists from 2005-2009 was that I would probably never be able to run comfortably. And yet here I am, feeling better than ever, having run upwards of 450mi and raced my first half marathon just since the start of 2013. I suffer from a chronic … Continue reading Run For Your Life – If I Can Do It, Anyone Can