A migraine is a severe, recurring headache with a laundry list of miserable symptoms — nausea, weakness, sensitivity to light and sound, throbbing pain, and surprising staying power. Migraines are often triggered by hormones, environmental stimuli, poor sleep, alcohol, and even certain smells. Stress is another big factor for migraine sufferers, who total some 37 million men, women, and children in the U.S. alone. Effectively dealing with migraines often involves a comprehensive management plan, and alternative treatments are gaining in popularity. Another new avenue that’s gaining traction? CBD. Here’s what to understand about CBD oil in particular, and how it works in the treatment of migraine. Read more
The cannabis plant has been used medicinally around the world for centuries, and that continues to be the case despite current political and legal hurdles. While it isn’t recognized as a treatment for cancer or any other medical condition by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (and is currently still classified as a Schedule I controlled substance, meaning it can’t be legally prescribed, possessed, or sold under federal law), there are a number of small studies and plenty of anecdotal evidence that point to cannabis’ efficacy against certain cancer symptoms.
Fortunately, the use of medicinal cannabis is legal under state law in 29 states, plus Washington, D.C., and people residing in these parts of the country are able to benefit from cannabis use. Those with cancer in particular, can find relief from a number of symptoms. Read more
If you’re one of the unlucky folks who knows the misery of migraine headaches, you know all too well their symptoms – prolonged pain, nausea, sensitivity to light and/or sound, affected vision, even coordination problems. You’re one of the 37 million Americans who probably also knows that these symptoms don’t always respond to over-the-counter pain medications, or even to prescriptions drugs. And then there are the side effects of those medications. Read more
A pre-roll is a patient or recreational consumer-ready joint that comes ready to smoke. Because joints are relatively inexpensive, discreet, disposable and easy to share, they’ve earned a sort of iconic status in the world of cannabis. So what’s the catch? Rolling one can be tricky! Here at Kynd Cannabis Company, we’re proud to offer regular and infused pre-rolls. Read on to learn what sets the two products apart, and why you can be certain that Kynd pre-rolls are always high quality. Read more