Things that make you say “OHM”

by Jun 29, 2020News

With the current state of unrest, living amongst a pandemic, and managing daily stressors, meditation and yoga can offer us a way to control anxiety, reduce stress, and find an overall sense of well-being. Because medical marijuana interacts with everyone’s endocannabinoid system uniquely, there are multiple ways that it can elevate the meditative process.

Cannabinoid receptors are in areas of the brain that are related to behavior, thought, and mood. When cannabis interacts with these receptors, they can quiet an overactive mind and provide a sense of contentment. When the cannabinoid receptors found throughout our bodies are activated, they can produce a relaxing effect by calming muscles that are holding stress.

As more and more people turn to yoga and meditation for both physical, mental, and spiritual health, there is no denying that medical marijuana has a symbiotic relationship with both practices. With the correct dosages and administration, medical marijuana is a great vehicle to enhance the centered-like feeling that meditation and yoga provide. Just remember, take a few deep breaths and….OHM.

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