2020 is behind us and that means that plenty of resolutions will be made for the new year. In this article, we’ll discuss how cannabis can help with your New Year’s resolutions.
Go tobacco free
One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions is of course quit smoking. This becomes more difficult when you still smoke joints with tobacco in them. Fortunately, there are more than enough alternatives that are also a lot healthier! One of the most popular options is the use of a vaporizer. By vaporizing the cannabis instead of burning it, you consume a lot less harmful substances.
When you want to lose some pounds in the new year, cannabis can be a useful tool. While cannabis can indeed give you a food frenzy, it can also lead to weight loss. Cannabis can cause an increased metabolism, if you eat healthy and not too much. CBD also acts als an appetite suppressant, so you have less munchies.
A tolerance break
If you’ve been smoking all holiday season, it’s not a bad choice to take a tolerance break. This cannabreak is a short break from the regular use of cannabis to purify your head and body. This way you can purify your body of the active substances and your mind of its habits.
You might not say it at first, but cannabis is a serious superfood. We are not talking about the buds you put in your joint, but about CBD and hemp seed (oil). Hemp seed (oil), for example, is full of good nutrients, omega 3 fatty acids and minerals. Add some of this to your smoothies or salads and experience the health benefits.
When you have a lot of stress in your daily life, it can ultimately have further consequences for your health. We all know that after smoking a joint you become calm. A low dose of THC works best against stress. Too high a dose can actually cause more stress. A microdosing can help here.
This article is for informational purposes. Always consult your doctor first for medical advice. If you plan to experiment with self-medication, read carefully and make sure you have solid information. The internet is now full of articles and research about the benefits of cannabis.