We’d like to introduce our very first edition of the CBD Lifestyle Weekly Review and Newsletter – which will be available every Saturday at 11am from this point forward!
In many ways, cannabis is not just a plant, it’s a lifestyle. You can incorporate cannabinoids into everything from your fitness routine to your beauty regimen. It can also be added to food and beverages, and don’t get me started on all the things that can be done with hemp. For more on this topic, make sure to subscribe to our CBD Lifestyle Weekly Newsletter!
This week we’ll discuss cannabis manicures and take a look at a unique restaurant in Arizona that serves cannabis-infused lunch items. We’ll also explore the ancient origins of the cannabis plant and quickly cover cannabis beverages, with a focus on CBD-infused coffee. We hope you enjoy our first issue!
The Mint Dispensary just outside of Tempe, Arizona, is quite possibly the most unique dispensary in the country. Not only is the space huge, boasting an impressive 12,000 square feet, but it also has a restaurant in the back! Once you get past the dispensary area, you arrive in the Mint Dispensary kitchen, where 3 chefs use healthy, natural ingredients to make everyday meals like tacos, pizza, and burgers – all infused with cannabis! Click here to read the full story.
In 2018 alone, over 22 million Americans reported receiving 4 or more manicures per year. Creative nail art and spa-level manicures are growing in popularity, in part due to social medial. Because of the trendy nature of the beauty industry, it makes sense that nail technicians are finding ways to incorporate everyone’s favorite herb into the nail treatments they offer. Click here to read the full story.
A new paper was recently published in the Journal of Vegetation History and Archaeobotany that traces the history of the cannabis plant all the back to a specific region of the Tibetan Plateau. This fascinating research study, titled “Cannabis in Asia: Its center of origin and early cultivation, based on a synthesis of subfossil pollen and archaeobotanical studies,” was led by John McPartland from the University of Vermont. Click here to read the full story.
You can find CBD in many different types of food items these days, and one of the biggest trends to hit the edibles industry this year is CBD-infused beverages. Water, coffee, wine, elixirs, tea, and more – have all combined with this amazing cannabinoid. Even Guinness Brewing, one of the largest companies in the beverage sector, has already set up meetings with a few prominent cannabis firms in Canada to discuss possible collaboration. Click here to read the full story.
Speaking of beverages, who doesn’t enjoy a good cup o’ joe in the morning? As it turns out, many people like to incorporate CBD into their morning coffee routine. Considering how popular both CBD and coffee are, it makes sense the two have joined forces. The relaxing effects of the CBD counteract the jittery feelings some experience from caffeine. Could there even exist a better way kick-start your day? Click here to read the full story.