Three Reasons Your Edible Isn’t Working — And What to Do If It’s Working Too Well

Edibles are a wild frontier of cannabis. With so many variables, flavors, and combinations, they can be hard to resist. But what if you rush home with that tantalizing bar, nom down the recommended dose, and then… nothing happens? Or, on the flip side, what if effects kick in hard and it’s all just too much? Don’t panic. Here are three reasons your edible isn’t working — and what to do if it’s working too well. Read more


Cannabis Tissue Cultures — A New Frontier in Propagation

Tissue cultures are a game changer for cannabis, making old-school propagation methods like seeding or cuttings virtually obsolete. Plus, it means we can regenerate old favorites to their former glory. Here’s what the process involves, why it’s so vastly superior, and what it means for cannabis lovers. Read more


KYND Strain Spotlight: Alien Sour Apple

We shared recently that we really put our heads down and got to work during the pandemic, with all kinds of fruit to show for our effort. Alien Sour Apple is one of them. If you’re a fan of Apple Fritter, allow us to introduce you to its sweet and sour sister strain. Read more


Real Talk — Cannabis in the Bedroom

It’s February, a month when the thoughts of (some) lovers turn to Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re on board for this Hallmark holiday or not, you may have wondered whether cannabis makes a thoughtful gift (yes) and whether it’s the kind of gift that gives back — in the bedroom. Let’s find out! Read more


KYND Strains Spotlight — Meet Aussie Blues, Donny Burger and Cement Shoes

Not to toot our own horn, but KYND has earned a bit of a reputation for our cultivating prowess — and we have the diehard fans to prove it. While 2020 was sticking it to the world at large, we were hard at work (fully masked, gloved and socially distanced, of course) growing all kinds of amazing new flower. Here’s a small sampling of the strains we grew in 2020 — meet Aussie Blues, Donny Burger and Cement Shoes. Read more


Developing a THC Tolerance? Here’s What to Do

Heavy or long-term cannabis users can experience something interesting — the same stuff just doesn’t work the way it once did. Experiencing the same cerebral and body effects requires greater quantities or higher-potency strains, and even then, it’s not as intense as it once was. This scenario describes a cannabis tolerance, and more specifically, a THC tolerance. Now, let’s talk about what to do. Read more


10 Ways Cannabis Aligns with 2021 Wellness Goals

With 2020 behind us at last, it’s more than time to focus on the present and the future. Anyone with passing knowledge of cannabis knows it can play a role in a healthy lifestyle. If you’re kicking around resolutions for the new year, we’re sharing ten ways cannabis aligns with 2021 wellness goals. Read more


Ending this Crazy Year on a High

While it’s safe to say that 2020 didn’t exactly go as planned for the world at large, KYND still managed to have its share of highlights over the last twelve months. As we bid adieu to the craziest year on record, we’re taking a minute to end it all on a high. Read more


The Role of Cannabis in Managing Holiday Stress

Ah, the holidays. What a busy, joyful time of year — a time of traditions and pressure, family and fighting, rich foods and bellyaches, gifting and maxed out credit cards. It’s no wonder that so many of us find the holiday season incredibly difficult. And this year truly takes the cake — nothing like a global pandemic to stress you out! Fortunately, while the reality of the coronavirus and the holiday season can’t be denied, there are ways to manage the stress they cause. Let’s take a look at the role of cannabis in managing holiday stress. Read more


Real Talk — Will Cannabis Help me Sleep?

There’s something particularly miserable about insomnia. Life is just harder when you’re running on little to no sleep, and people start getting desperate — which is what drives a thriving industry of pharmaceutical sleep aids. But what about cannabis? Will cannabis help you sleep? A few studies and some robust anecdotal evidence point to yes. Read more