E-cigarette and Vaping Illnesses

E-cigarette and Vaping Illnesses

The OLCC and OHA have completed their commission meeting to finalize the rules for the temporary ban on certain vaporizer products as requested from Governor Kate Brown.

Tobacco‐flavored tobacco or nicotine products, as well as marijuana‐flavored marijuana or THC products that use only marijuana‐derived flavorings, including terpenes, are not included in the ban.

Read the full press release and find statements from our cartridge vendors below…

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A Senior's guide to Cannabis

A Senior's guide to Cannabis

Medical marijuana has not been approved by the Federal Drug Administration yet, mainly because there have not been enough clinical trials done on a wide enough scale to prove the plant’s medical benefits. Just because a large government agency hasn’t approved medical marijuana as a proper medical treatment does not mean that the plant itself doesn’t have medical benefits, especially for seniors. Cannabis has actually been used as a medical treatment for thousands of years.

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Cannabis for Muscle Recovery

Cannabis for Muscle Recovery

I have been an active person for much of my life. Honesty or modesty (or both) keeps me from calling myself an "athlete," but I am active enough to know the discomfort of muscle pain after a particularly challenging workout. I have recently taken up trail running, which has challenged my strength and stabilizing muscles in surprising new ways. Lucky for me, I also happen to be one of the owners of MOSS, which put this question into my head... could Cannabis be helpful in training? The short answer is yes. For me, Cannabis has not only been helpful, it has become an integral piece of both my training and recovery.

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How CBD Can Alleviate Anxiety And Help You Sleep Better

How CBD Can Alleviate Anxiety And Help You Sleep Better

Having a hard time winding down and getting a good night’s rest? CBD may be a great option for you. Cannabidiol, or CBD, is the second most active ingredient in the cannabis plant. Unlike tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, CBD does not cause intoxicating effects. In other words, CBD won’t get you high. CBD can, however, bring on feelings of tranquility and sleepiness to its users, which makes it an option for people who have anxiety or are experiencing insomnia. CBD oil can be ingested in several different ways, including via capsule, tincture, vapor, or spray form.

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