When you look at cannabis you can see that it is covered in crystal resin, known as trichomes. Trichomes hold hundreds of compounds known as cannabinoids and terpenoids. Cannabinoids you might be more familiar with are THC and CBD—these are only two of many important parts working together, helping to create specific effects. The interactions between these compounds have now been labeled “The Entourage Effect.”
The Higher Path carries a wide array of edibles, but some offer a high amount of sugar and fat content that might not be functional to someone who is looking to medicate while on a diet or has diabetes. We try to carry a large amount of edibles that are scrumptious, healthy and most importantly guilt-free, so you can medicate while nurturing your body’s vitality with wholesome ingredients.
Cannabinoid pharmacology has made leaps and bounds following the discovery of cannabinoid receptors. Research is finally exploring how cannabinoid signaling affects complex systems behind the immune system. While the main pharmacological functions of the endocannabinoid system includes neuromodulation, motor function, cognition, emotional responses, homeostasis and motivation, this system plays an important role in our nervous system, immune system and microcirculation.
It’s the start of a new year & many of us are focusing on ways that we can improve our lives. Whether you’re looking to simply improve confidence in yourself or enter the world of dating & relationships, life coaching can be a fantastic tool—but what if you have to hide a portion of your life (i.e. cannabis use) from said life coach? Are you really getting the most out of that experience? Probably not.
Allow me to introduce you to Molly Peckler, the CEO of Highly Devoted Coaching, the first cannabis-friendly life coaching service.