This is the whole plant form of cannabis, taken and dry-cured after it is cut and harvested from out of the ground or off the planters where it was seeded
I love holistic and alternative approaches to medicine. For instance, biofeedback is an evidence-based complementary medicine approach. It uses specialized equipment to teach a person how to control otherwise involuntary biological processes like breathing and heart rate. This can be beneficial for issues ranging from asthma to epilepsy. But it doesn’t end there. There is some empirical evidence to support the use of acupuncture, but other studies raise issues into the legitimacy of those claims, leaving the results somewhat inconclusive. Regardless, I think some of these treatments are physically nurturing in the same way that a personal massage might be to a person that enjoys having their skin rubbed and their muscles massaged. But another alternative medicine that’s quickly becoming a standard medication is cannabis. With all of the different cannabinoids and marijuana products out there right now, they all run the gamut on the various physical ailments that they can treat. If you want a true full spectrum experience that gives you arguably some of the best effects, you cannot go wrong with cannabis flower buds. This is the whole plant form of cannabis, taken and dry-cured after it is cut and harvested from out of the ground or off the planters where it was seeded. I use a vaporizer to consume my cannabis flower buds because I don’t like how combustion destroys a lot of the wonderful cannabinoids and terpenes that I love the most. That way with a vaporizer, you’re getting the best effects with the lowest risk to your long term health. I bought a vaporizer back in 2010 and I haven’t looked back since!