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
You’re probably familiar with the giggly stoner stereotype, and there’s actually some merit to this one. Cannabis doesn’t improve your sense of humor, and you won’t suddenly have terrific timing, but there are a few theories in play. Here’s why everything is funnier with cannabis. Read more
We like to stay current on all things cannabis in the news, and breathless new headlines are buzzing about CBG, a cannabinoid that could be the new CBD. Research, as ever, is wildly preliminary, but encouraging and exciting nonetheless. Here’s what we know, and whether it means we should all be getting excited about CBG. Read more
We love challenging the stigma around cannabis, as evidenced by our amazing creative ambassadors – there’s the jewelry maker, the photographer, the tattoo artist, the DJ, and the gypsy wagon guy. Now, we’re tackling that tired trope of the lazy stoner stuck to the sofa scarfing bags of chips. Here are three reasons cannabis helps you make the most of your gym time. Read more
Any budtender will tell you that in the fledging cannabis industry, the majority of customer interest is solely on THC percentages. That limited focus stands out as one of the biggest tells that education in this industry has yet to catch up to the masses. Why? Simple. Those in the know will tell you that the terpene profile of a given strain plays a far greater role in scents, flavors, and effects. That’s just one reason it’s worth your while to look past the THC percentage. Read more
Wondering about the differences between THC and THCA? You’re not alone. While THC is familiar to anyone in the cannabis world, THCA may be news to you. THCA, or tetrahydrocannabinolic acid if we’re being fancy, is yet another cannabis compound that is already proving its impressive therapeutic abilities. And while it may sound similar to […]
As a strain, everything about the Sativa-dominate MTF is big and strong—giant earthy, piney, fruitiness with a long-lasting body high. It tastes like a run through the forest on a crisp autumn day or a spicy Mexican hot chocolate with just enough chili powder to ignite all the senses. At a ratio of 58.71% THC to .2% CBD, MTF gives a steady euphoric rise, sustained stress relief and energy, and increased mental clarity.
Fast Acting Sublingual CBD Tincture contains 1.72% of CBD and only 0.11% of THC per bottle. Kynd’s CBD tincture is non-psychoactive but very effective at relieving pain. Just a ½ of a dropperful under the tongue effectively reduces anxiety and calms your mind.
Ringo’s Gift #4 Sap tastes a bit like sweet tarts making it ideal to mix with other high THC concentrates in order to enhance the effects. The high CBD content allows for pain relief while also providing a bit of focus.
I’m all about any hash cocktail that contains CBD. Cannabidiol (CBD) enhances the taste of any dab when added to any THC concentrate. Kynd mixed up a sedative, LA OG sap with a high CBD oil to deliver one of the tastiest concentrates available in Nevada today.