Can Cannabis Fix Insomnia?

In bad but unsurprising news, we’re experiencing record-high sleep issues during this never-ending pandemic. And more people than ever are looking online in hopes of finding relief, with web searches for insomnia up 58% during the first five months of 2020. People are struggling with falling asleep, staying asleep, poor quality of sleep, and disturbing dreams. Sounds like a living nightmare! Sleep aids—already a thriving industry—have likewise increased in popularity, and cannabis is being increasingly explored specifically as a means to better sleep. So, can cannabis fix insomnia? Here’s what to understand about the science of insomnia and how cannabis may help. Read more


Caffeine & Cannabis: The Scientific Take

Whether or not you’re fan of combining cannabis and caffeine, you may be wondering exactly how these chemicals interact. You’d be right to wonder, since effects of the pair can be all over the map. For some, it’s a pleasing, tasty way to kick things up a notch, while others find it makes them far too jittery for a good time. In this scientific take, we’re talking about what’s really going on with caffeine and cannabis. Read more


A Lesson in Decarboxylation

Roughly half of the recipes we’ve shared on this site call for decarbed cannabis. And if you’ve ever scratched your head and wondered what that means, this post is for you. Here’s the thing. If you’ve smoked or vaped cannabis even once, congrats—you’ve decarbed and didn’t even know it! This cannabinoid-activation process is worth understanding, so let’s get on with our lesson in decarboxylation. Read more


Cannabis Delivery Method: The Sublingual Effect

KYND’s tinctures have always been a popular product, but sublingual products in general are enjoying a little more attention these days. Part of that relates to their varied forms — you’ve got tabs that dissolve, tinctures with droppers, even sprays that are spritzed. The theme is constant, in that these products are used sublingually, or under the tongue, for one of the fastest-acting intake methods around. Today, we’re taking a closer look at the sublingual effect. Read more

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How to Store Just About Every Kind of Cannabis Product

Proper storage can make or break your cannabis experience, and stashing your stash means understanding the unique needs of each product. Luckily, we’re making it easy with this guide. Here’s how to store just about every kind of cannabis product. Read more


How to Decode that Lab Results Label on Your Favorite Cannabis Product

When you buy cannabis products from your favorite dispensary, it comes labeled with lab results. And that’s a good thing. Third-party lab results are important for confirming a product’s safety, purity, and potency. Depending on where you’re buying your cannabis, that label may be limited, lengthy, or accompanied by a QR code so you can access the full certificate of analysis. Either way, here’s how to decode that lab results label on your favorite cannabis product. Read more


Five Tips for Coming Down After a Bad High

The realization that you’ve consumed a wee bit too much cannabis is never fun. And no matter how it happened—over-indulging edibles because you’re too impatient, going back for one too many hits, or trying a particularly potent concentrate for the first time—you’re only thinking about what you can do to get through it. We got you! Here are five tips for coming down after a bad high beyond the standard, “don’t panic, you aren’t dying” advice. Read more


Science Finally Tells Us How Long a Cannabis High Lasts — Kind Of

Ever wondered how long that cannabis high is going to last? You aren’t alone, and finally, science has answered that burning cannabis question. A 2021 study published in Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews narrows it down to a window of three to ten hours, but most commonly four hours, based on three factors. Let’s dive in, shall we? Read more


Is Cannabis a Cure-All for Stress?

Stress is a more common than not for most people these days, and many of us go looking for ways to manage it. More people are looking to cannabis as an option, but before you dive in, it’s important to clarify – cannabis isn’t a cure-all for stress. But for some people, and in the right amounts, it can really help. Read more


Terpene Spotlight – Eucalyptol

In our terpene spotlight, we’ve done deep dives into those aromatic little compounds found in all plants, including cannabis. We’ve covered limonene, myrcene, pinene, and caryophyllene, and terpinoleneand we’re back today to discuss eucalytpol. Read more