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How to stop feeling so high

How to stop feeling so high

From ritual use of ye olde times millenia past to your friend couch-locked and binge-watching baking shows all night, cannabis has a rich history. However, this doesn’t mean that everyone has a pleasant experience with THC; some need to get unhigh, and quickly.  Why Are People Getting Too High? An undisclosed amount of time ago, I dabbled in edibles for the first time with a college friend. She was a regular consumer; I was brand new. At the time, there wasn’t much information about dosing and strains were basically labeled either sativa or indica. We made the butter for our...

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How Earl Grey tea and CBD work together

How Earl Grey tea and CBD work together

Ann Brum is a cannabis expert who’s been drinking tea for medicinal purposes since childhood. “I grew up with immigrant parents from Portugal,” she said. “I was a sick kid with bouts of pneumonia. In the Azores, when someone’s sick, they make garlic tea. As a kid, that was not tasty. But I have to tell you, it works.” Years later, after discovering the many health benefits of the cannabis plant, Ann started a cannabis growth agency. She also began drinking CBD tea. “I make hemp-derived tea on my own,” Ann said. “I use hemp flower and grind it and...

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Lucid Dreams - Experiences and Techniques You Can Try

Lucid Dreams - Experiences and Techniques You Can Try

If you ask a group of people how to lucid dream, you’ll get a variety of answers. That’s because the experience is different from person to person.  Some individuals train for months to induce lucid dreaming by keeping dream journals and using the reality checking technique.  A few drink mugwort tea or do psychedelic microdosing. Others have been experiencing lucid dreams naturally since childhood. And they’re not quite sure why it happens to them and not everyone. (According to researchers, 55% of people have experienced a lucid dream.) But there’s one thing all three people we spoke with agree on:...

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To Sleep

To Sleep

“To sleep, perchance to dream.” In one of his most famous stage plays, Hamlet, taken from one of his most famous soliloquys, William Shakespeare waxed lyrical about what blissful escape lay in the act of sleep. Hamlet was a melancholy fellow and incurable romantic, who imagined an endless sleep to solve all his problems. Yet the relationship between dreams and sleep is a perennial theme in art, not just theatre but popular music (“All I have to do is dream”… “Sweet dreams are made of this…”), and literature (Christopher Paolini’s novel To Sleep In A Sea Of Stars suggests that...

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Our anti-anxiety

Our anti-anxiety

About a month before releasing EXHALE to the public I mentioned that we were producing a non-habit forming anti-anxiety product while at a dinner. Up till that point the evening could have been described with one word, tranquil, but now the room was full of questions with curious eyes. I was flooded with questions from “can I buy one right now?”, to “can you take it if you’re taking antidepressants”. When I asked if everyone in the room considered themselves as suffering from anxiety there was a unanimous and resounding “Yes!”. It was a sobering moment for me. Like many,...

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