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By Jason Tillotson, Copywriter

 

It’s the middle of January – chaos around the Capital has ensued. This COVID quarantine situation has dragged on for nearly a year and a vaccine is still months away. Needless to say, life is hectic, which can sometimes lead you off track.

 

Even at the start of a new year, the COVID-19 pandemic has failed to let us feel as refreshed and ready to conquer 2021. We were really wishing it was as we should. If you had any sort of fitness goal this year, you might be feeling the wheels start to spin off, and if that is the case, you’re not the only one.

Keeping those New Year’s Resolutions

In 2019, the world-renowned social fitness app, Strava, conducted a study on how often users start a fitness trend, then drop off after a few weeks. As you can probably guess, people have been known to get a little loose with their new year’s resolutions. This falls true especially once February rolls around, and you might be feeling that way too.

 

If you are feeling extra pressure to keep up with your fitness goals, know you’re not alone. In Strava’s 2019’s study, they found that January 19th is the most likely day people start dropping off from their fitness trends. But even if you’re able to stick it out through January, Stava’s study found that the next most likely window for users to drop off is the first week in February. In fact, almost 80 percent of users who set a fitness goal for the new year, end up quitting on them by the second week of February.

 

So, why are we seeing such significant drop off in fitness activities as the year goes by? Is that three weeks in January just not enough time to measure a real trend? Or maybe our goals are too steep for our current ability, and we’re framing them through the lens of how society wants us to act.

Whatever you think – the key to all your fitness conundrums might just be CBD.

CBD and exercise? Weed and fitness? Ganja and cardio? That’s right, it can be done!

We’ve said this before and we’ll continue to say it, CBD is one of the best natural life enhancers. It can truly bring inner peace and balance to your life. Staying fit is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle, and, for almost a quarter of Americans, so is CBD.

 

So, why can’t the two go hand in hand? They can! And don’t just take our word for it, listen to the likes of Stoned & Toned. This is a woman-owned and operated online fitness environment. Here users can come together and workout while staying balanced with cannabis.

 

From fitness influencers and pro athletes alike, CBD has been creeping its way into the everyday lives of those we look to for inspiration. We should be looking at ourselves for inspiration and not comparing ourselves to other people. If there’s one thing that CBD can teach us about health, that’s it.

 

CBD can help you realize all that and more! check out our collection and be sure to use the code “COPE2020” through the month of January for 20% off your entire order.

 

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Consuming Rosin Cannabis Concentrate

  • For starters, rosin is made without solvents such as alcohol or butane. It is created through heat and pressure applied to cannabis plant material or hash. Resin, when used to describe a concentrate, is a cannabis extract created with a solvent.
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  • For starters, rosin is made without solvents such as alcohol or butane. It is created through heat and pressure applied to cannabis plant material or hash. Resin, when used to describe a concentrate, is a cannabis extract created with a solvent.

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Consuming Rosin Cannabis Concentrate

  • For starters, rosin is made without solvents such as alcohol or butane. It is created through heat and pressure applied to cannabis plant material or hash. Resin, when used to describe a concentrate, is a cannabis extract created with a solvent.
  • Ut enim ad minim, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat.
  • For starters, rosin is made without solvents such as alcohol or butane. It is created through heat and pressure applied to cannabis plant material or hash. Resin, when used to describe a concentrate, is a cannabis extract created with a solvent.
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How is Rosin made?

Rosin can be made from either cannabis flower or hash, which is the collected kief (trichomes) of the Cannabis plant. If you have a grinder with a kief catch, you are probably already familiar! Rosin made from cannabis nugs tends to be slightly more difficult to enjoy, as plant matter almost always impacts the rosin. This does not impede the rosin’s potency but can cause an unpleasant flavor or smell for the user.

Once the cannabis source material is chosen, heat and pressure are applied. Most rosin for sale in dispensaries is created in a custom industrial press, though some users choose to make their own rosin at home with a hair straightener.

The applied heat and pressure to the cannabis material force out the cannabinoids and terpenes, similar to how canola or olives are pressed for oil. The end result is a cannabis concentrate with THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids as well as terpenes. The temperature and pressure applied correlate to the type of rosin produced. Rosin can be made into shatter, budder, taffy, and wax consistencies.

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