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Unthanksgiving Day: Traditional Native American Pemmican Infused With Stress-Busting Cannabis Blueberry

Pemmican is a high-energy mixture of dried meat, dried fruit and tallow that was birthed by Native Americans. The Cree word “pimîhkân” is further broken down into the word “pimî,” meaning “fat and grease,” and is where the name pemmican is derived from. This Thanksgiving holiday, we’re honoring our Native American brothers and sisters with […]

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Unthanksgiving Day

Unthanksgiving Day: Traditional Native American Succotash Infused With Maple Leaf Cannabis

During ancient times in the Americas, Native Americans cultivated pumpkins along creek and river banks with crops such as sunflowers, beans, then eventually corn. From this emerged the tradition of the Three Sisters, which represents the three main crops grown by various indigenous groups of North America. Traditionally, pumpkins were grown with corn and beans […]

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Unthanksgiving Day

Unthanksgiving Day: Traditional Native American Poyha Infused With Northern Lights

Cherokee tribes created and handed down the venison dish poyha, which is essentially a Native American cornbread and meatloaf cross. It’s made of corn flour, deer meat, wild onions, and chokecherries or other native berries. This hearty dish provides nutrient-dense energy and was traditionally cooked in clay pots over an open fire. Other versions of […]

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Cannabis and depression

CBD And Depression: Unlocking Further Benefits Of Cannabidiol

As researchers gain a better understanding of the utility and versatility of cannabidiol (CBD) and it’s increasingly accepted by the general public, the role of this cannabinoid in treating depression has become a significant topic of interest both inside and outside the cannabis community. Frustrated with erratic results and undesirable side effects of conventional antidepressants, […]

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