For years, I’ve struggled with anxiety, chronic pain and momentary depressions, and over the past 6-12 months, I’ve finally began to make headway into feeling better, more centered, and like my past, normal self. For 6 months last year, I dealt with middle-of-the-night insomnia with some nasty bouts of severe anxiety accompanying it, which lead to a problematic tailspin of negativities. Not only was I losing sleep, which was making me nutty at best, but I was having anxiety attacks and negative thought spirals down the rabbit hole that messed with my ability to be happy and to function.
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There I was, camping with beloved family in Medicine Bow, Wyoming. We were setup about ten minutes from the famous rock face of Sugarloaf Mountain, off the road and deep into the woods, minding our own business when a huge RV ventured near our campsite in the forest. Behind this pristine monstrous thing followed a jeep, some pricy and obnoxious SUV, and a monstrosity of a truck that was shiny and new and unused. The group pulled up atop a small hill, just out of sight. All went still for a moment, back to the peace we were enjoying.
As an herbalist, I work with many medicinal plants, oils and extracts, many of which have astounding health benefits. Out of 80-100 different herbs that I work with on a regular basis, cannabis is among the finest of medicinal plants, not only because of its ability to affect mood, mind and body, but because there are aspects of the plant that can heal without the high.
I travel hard. I travel long, hard hours, sometimes jumping from bike to car to bus to ship to taxi to plane in a single day. I lug all of my camping gear, survival necessities, tech and photography gear, toiletries, and clothes on my back in a large rucksack and it goes everywhere I go. I’ve been robbed a few times abroad and so I trust no one. Every pocket is locked and no matter where I go, my pack comes with me. And if I’m ever in a situation where I can’t take my pack, such as a small pub bathroom, then I chain the damn thing to an immoveable object, usually something metal.
It’s just a lifestyle I’ve grown accustomed to. I’ve learned greatly the ways of the world and I know now how to carry myself and how to get by the best I can when I’m roaming abroad. I take all sorts of precautions now. For example, when I chose the items I take with me, I always look for multi-functional, small, and lightweight, because when you’re hauling everything you own and must have to ensure survival on your back, every ounce and every inch matters greatly
Globally, the use of light drugs is on the rise, considering the widespread consumption of marijuana. Also, many rely on healing effects and use cannabis for medical purposes. How this herb can help relieve the symptoms of the disease, read here.
The world is natural medicines, or alternative medicines as some dub it, has been on fire as of late, especially in my home state of Ohio. CBD or Cannabidiol, the non-psychoactive compound found in the Cannabis sativa plant (also known as hemp, marijuana, ganja, and the list goes on and on) has been legalized nationwide, and was put in a sort of grey area in Ohio up until about two weeks ago when the governor finally signed it into legal decriminalized status. CBD is a natural medicine that has a lot of people excited, but let me explain why…
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