I’ve been on a bit of a carrot kick lately. I’ve been trying to incorporate more vegetables into my diet and cut back a little on my fruit intake, and, in the process, I’ve started eating carrots as part of my lunch every day. I’m aware of some of the benefits carrots offer to those … More Here’s why you should be eating more carrots
Fall is my favourite season by a mile. In addition to much appreciated cooler temperatures, this change in season brings colour and new holidays, and in respect to the farm, a bit of a slow in pace. Because I love Fall so darn much, I thought it might be interesting to take a closer look … More Falling for Fall
We’re gonna get real with each other for a second, folks. It’s time to talk about menstruation and all of the delightful symptoms that can present themselves both before and after your cycle. I’ve noticed that for the past few months I’ve been feeling blue. Not all the time, but rather, specifically either the week … More Feeing down? It could be your period
I’ve been pretty sick these past few days, meaning I’ve had ample time to explore Netflix and discover some nature/animal documentaries. Side note: if you haven’t browsed through Netflix’s nature/animal documentaries, I highly recommend doing so. There’s quite a few to choose from, all of which are educational and extremely interesting. I started watching a … More Fer-de-Lance: the king of serpents
I would argue that a lot of people associate marijuana with hemp, and vice versa. It’s probable that those of us who aren’t familiar with the differences between these two plants also group them together in the same category, despite the fact that they’re entirely different from each other. “Following the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp and … More Understanding the difference between marijuana and hemp
Athleticism, as wonderful and beneficial as it is, can also be a hindrance to those who have been involved in sports for an extended period of time. Sports can be rough, depending on the type, as can regular exercise or repetitive motions often associated with exercise, for example running or rowing. So, for those of … More Do you suffer from athlete’s joint pain? Cannabis could help
Being an English Language and Literature major, I like to think I have a relatively firm understanding of some of the terms used within the realm of literature. Many of us are unfamiliar with these terms, though, and what exactly they mean, so I thought it might be interesting to take a look at some … More Understanding literature terminology
When purchasing any CBD product, it is vital to take a close look at the packaging and ensure it offers proper signage. Poor quality and even fabricated CBD products are often unintentionally bought by us consumers, so let’s talk about what to look for when purchasing anything CBD. A good indication that the product you’re … More CBD and COA: a necessary combination
Warts aren’t exactly the most pleasant things to deal with. They’re rather ugly in appearance, painful, and very undesired in general. Having warts removed by a physician is arguably what most people tend to lean towards if they happen to develop one themselves, but there are several at-home wart remedies that I found through a … More Here’s how to remove warts at home
I’ve written quite a few posts about CBD oil and what sorts of benefits it offers to those who make use of it. I haven’t written about how CBD oil can benefit skin when applied topically, though, so here we go. Different uses of CBD oil typically include “oils, tinctures, edibles, patches, vape oil, and … More CBD oil … for skin?
Yoga, as we all know, is a fantastic means to engage in meditation and mindfulness. It offers a multitude of benefits to those who practise it as “there are several different types of yoga that practitioners can take part in that combine different postures, meditation, breathing techniques, and relaxation,” an article originally published at Foli says. … More Cannabis and yoga: a how-to guide
In the scenario that you read the title of this post and asked yourself what the heck the entourage effect is, and how it correlates with CBD oil, not to worry. I was completely unfamiliar with the entourage effect as well, but thanks to an article originally published on Made By Hemp’s website, I have … More Here’s what you need to know about CBD oil and the entourage effect
Dogs are pretty great. They’re easily one of my favourite species of animals, and considering my family has always had a dog on the farm, I honestly struggle to imagine my life without one. My current dog, Jake, is my best friend. He and I have a bond that I’ve never shared with another animal … More How well do you really know your dog?
In working at Bonnieheath Estate, a lavender farm and winery, I’ve come to develop a relatively firm understanding of lavender. Prior to starting this job, I had some knowledge of this magical plant, but now that my knowledge has expanded, I thought I would offer a little lavender 101, if you will, in hopes of … More Lavender 101
Cannabis is something that is often misunderstood, in my opinion. When most of us consider cannabis, we think of it being smoked, or consumed in a brownie or a gummy. But, in reality, cannabis can be used in a variety of dishes, and an article originally published at Foli offers up 15 different recipes using this delightful plant. … More Cooking with cannabis
If you’re someone who is considering using CBD extract, it can be a little overwhelming to determine which type is best for you. Luckily, an article originally published on Made By Hemp’s website outlines the main differences amongst CBD extract, making it a little simpler to figure out which one to go with. The four most common varieties … More Understanding different types of CBD extract
If you read the title of this post and said to yourself, ‘what the hell is PCOS?’, you’re in the right place. And you’re definitely not alone in being unfamiliar with the acronym, hence the purpose of this post. PCOS, or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, “is a hormonal disorder common among women of reproductive age. Women … More Why aren’t we talking about PCOS?
Here in Canada, there is quite a bit of political action happening as a result of the upcoming federal election. And, if you’re like most Canadians, you’re probably fed up with and feeling inundated with campaign platforms and propaganda. Even more so if you’re like me and are having difficulty visioning any of the candidates … More Where did all the good leaders go?
Bees are pretty incredible little guys when you stop to think about it. Their contributions to the environment and food production are remarkable, and with initiatives ever present to encourage us to save and conserve bees, I thought it would be interesting to do a little bit of research about our good friends. Here are … More Let’s talk about bees
Soil health is of utmost importance to farmers. Contaminated soil presents a multitude of problems both in terms of crop production and environmental sustainability, therefore maintaining soil health is an absolute must. So, what can be done to reverse soil contamination? Well, for a farmer in Italy, hemp has done the job. An article originally … More Using hemp to purify soil
When many of us contemplate the concept of cannabis use, health and wellness may not be the first thing that comes to mind. In fact, I would argue that many people associate cannabis with laziness and poor health, when in actuality, this simply is not the case. As stated in an article originally published at … More Can CBD contribute to a healthier lifestyle?
Environmental conservation and awareness is something that many of us have made a conscious effort to address and work towards on a daily basis. We’re (for the most part) fully aware of how aggressive climate change has become over the past few years, and, hopefully, we’re aware that it’s likely going to get worse. Joyful … More Getting green with hemp
My mom and I attend mass every Sunday together. It’s something she and I have done for quite some time now. This past Sunday, one of the readings was that of the parable of the Prodigal Son. Every time I hear the gospel’s account of this parable, I can’t help but feel a little conflicted … More Here’s what’s wrong with The Prodigal Son