What is Your Cannabis Routine?

by Amy Lee | Boho Health Consulting

As a Certified Cannabis Wellness Coach and owner of Boho Health Consulting, a cannabis coaching and education company, I have hosted well over one-hundred potential client wellness consultations since I opened my doors in 2019. Throughout these conversations I began to notice a pattern with my clients seeking cannabis coaching. The most common issue is proper dosing followed by proper medicating methods.

Immune System Love, by Amy Lee

Many clients do not know what a proper cannabis dose is for their ailments or how to dose throughout the day for wellness. Because of this many cannabis patients are not achieving the level of wellness they desire through the current methods of cannabis medicating. When a client describes their cannabis struggles it’s important for me to understand their current medicating routine. The most common routine is to be medicated only as needed throughout the day when symptoms appear. This method of medicating is considered “on-demand”.

Medicating “on-demand” may be problematic for some clients who seek daily balanced wellness from their cannabis medicine. When symptoms are treated “on demand” the body may experience a dip in endocannabinoid support which can cause an episode or flare-up to become more frequent. When the endocannabinoid system is medicated at low doses daily the body is supported and has less potential for an episode or flare-up.

When coaching my clients to medicate for daily wellness, they tend to experience less “high-alert” episodes or flare-ups. This is due to simply supporting the endocannabinoid system with low doses of cannabinoids daily through multiple layering techniques. When a flare-up does occur it is usually not as severe or the client is well prepared with the knowledge of proper dosing and medicating methods.

Habit Change, by Amy Lee

Implementing a balanced cannabis routine can reduce the symptoms of disease for these common inflammatory ailments, endometriosis, irritable bowel syndrome, chrohns, sinusitis, asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, alzheimers, parkinsons, cancer, chronic pain more.

A daily cannabis routine helps the patient establish their personal wellness dose, provides consistent support of the endocannabinoid system for whole body wellness, supports the immune system on a cellular level, consistent dosing means proper dosing measurement, and as a client you begin to take accountability for your wellness journey.

To discover your best dosing routine I recommend beginning with a list of ailments you seek to treat and the symptoms you wish to relieve. Begin each day with a low dose of full spectrum cannabidiol tincture or capsule. This will activate and stimulate the endocannabinoid system, to support balance. Discovering your personal cannabinoid milligram requires journaling and charting your symptoms daily. Usually after three weeks of journaling and charting a routine can be developed that works well for the clients wellness.

To learn more visit www.TheBohoHealthCoach.com or on Facebook for free webinars, resources and coaching programs!

Amy Lee
Cannabis and Wellness Coach, Boho Health Consulting

Immune System Love

by Amy Lee | Boho Health Consulting

Many medical cannabis patients begin their cannabis journey because they are immunocompromised and they are seeking a better way to live a healthy life. Being immunocompromised is different for each patient. For example, the common cold might not affect one patient as severely as another due to their individual immune system strength. Immunodeficiency, suppressed immunity, and immunocompromised all mean the patient is at a higher risk for infection, disease, and viruses. In the winter when the air is less humid indoors, viruses can live longer and increase the chances of a person becoming ill. This is a crucial time for members of the cannabis community to be making additional efforts to show their immune system some love with cannabis and nutrition.

Habit Change, by Amy Lee
What is the immune system?

The immune system is a complex organ system in the body composed of white blood cells, skin, mucus and bacteria. The purpose of the immune system is to seek out, recruit, attack and destroy foreign invaders within the body. There are two main levels of immunity defense within the body, innate immunity and adaptive. The innate immunity system provides a quick first line of defense against a wide range of pathogens. Pathogens are disease-causing antigens. The immune system is designed to protect against pathogens. The adaptive immune system is the second level of defense and is more intense and specific in its attack against antigens. Antigens are anything that cause an immune response, this includes a wide range of irritants like pollen or the flu virus.

How can you support your immune system better?

The immune system requires care balance and care. It is not a single step process. Researchers recommend focusing on building a healthy lifestyle with simple habit change. This includes diet, movement, stress, hydration and nutrients. Research has shown through the years that every system in the body begins to function better when these habits are focused on daily.

Showing your immune system some L O V E –

There is evidence that various micronutrient deficiencies alter the immune system responses. These most commonly show up as vitamin and mineral deficiencies and create a domino effect of illnesses and disease within the body. However, these vital vitamins and minerals can be easily implemented through a daily cannabis routine. The best way to support the immune system with cannabis is through raw cannabis consumption. By consuming raw cannabis the body activates the endocannabinoid system to begin the process of homeostasis, otherwise known as balance.  William L. Courtney, MD, is considered one of the leading experts in raw cannabis, it is his belief that cannabis is one of the most nutrient-dense foods we can consume. The raw plant material contains all omega fatty acids, nine essential amino acids, dietary fiber, enzymes, vitamins, minerals, flavonoids, carotenoids, terpenes and phytocannabinoid acids, all of which have the potential to boost internal wellness by creating a healthy gut biome.

Eat it up!

Cannabis is easy to add to any diet! Some of the most popular consumption methods include, adding the leaves to salads, raw plant juicing, marinated in dressings, sauces and dips. One of my favorite consumption methods is to grind up the cannabis leaves and incorporate into homemade granola or mixed in with almond butter.

Malaysian Chicken Soup

by Amy Lee

What You Need:
  • 1 tsp. coconut oil
  • 1 tbsp. red curry paste
  • 17.5 oz (500g) potatoes, peeled, chopped
  • 4 cups (1l) chicken stock
  • 3/4 cup (180ml) coconut milk, can
  • 17.5 oz (500g) sweet potatoes, peeled, chopped
  • 2 chicken thighs (8oz/230g), skinless, boneless, chopped
  • 2 tbsp. fish sauce
  • 1 lime, juiced
  • chili flakes, to serve
  • 4 tbsp. coriander, chopped, to serve
Click here for the full recipe

Welcome to 2021!

by Amy Lee

Congratulations! You made it through one of the craziest, toughest years in history, thus far. Whether you felt it physically, mentally, emotionally, financially, or spiritually, you’re still here and for that I am grateful.

Spiced Pumpkin Hummus by Amy Lee

While 2020 may not have been your year, 2021 is your response. How will you bounce back from the beating that is commonly known as 2020? Currently, do you find yourself struggling with the weight of home life? Are you burnt out? Do you feel like you are merely surviving day in and day out? Or maybe you have that feeling that something is off but can’t figure it out or don’t know how to change it? You are not alone. Millions of Americans are feeling the same way but there is hope. You can choose to create change in your life through intentional living and goal setting.

Intentional living is the practice of living the life you desire most each day by responding to each scenario intentionally. By choosing to live intentionally, you can conquer anything! Creating intentional daily habits and goals assist in combating the auto-pilot mode many of us are stuck in currently.  One aspect of my job that I love is helping my clients clear their minds to create a vision for their future. With this vision in place, simple daily steps are created to reach that goal. Setting intentions paired with a simple goal-focused plan is key to living a more meaningful, balanced life.

Setting intentions for your life does not mean you are creating a grandiose plan to implement immediate massive change. Instead, intentional living creates a massive change slowly with each baby step in your wellness journey.

Four Tips on Creating an Intentional Life

  1. Get clear on a positive focus or goal (must be something you desire)
    • Example: Make bed every morning
  2. Commit to a period where you are intentionally working towards this focus, I recommend 3 to 4 weeks
  3. Recommit to your intention every day by stating it aloud, I recommend writing it on your mirror and repeating it daily
    • Example: I make the bed daily because I am neat and tidy.
  4. Let your intention be your teacher, are your thoughts and actions in line with your intention
    • Example: When tempted to avoid making the bed, what am I really saying?


These four basic steps for intentional living can help in creating a better way of life in 2021, imagine the life you desire most. Start small, like the example above, with attainable focuses and goals, basic needs, small cleaning chores, or focused mindfulness on positive thoughts. Whatever it is you desire most in 2021, pick a focus and work towards it, I am cheering you on!

Habit Change

Are You Ready?

by Amy Lee

Well, we made it to December 2020. Most of us just barely hanging on by a thread, but here we are still standing, still breathing, and still fighting. That my friend is a celebration in itself.

I can honestly say that 2020 has simultaneously been one of the worst and best years of my life. With each devastating blow to my personal life or business, there has been an equal amount of celebration. However, it is with each obstacle that I have the choice to grow. This choice is in my reaction and response.

Mushroom Soup by Amy Lee

I can choose to wallow, become miserable about the situation, allow it to control my thoughts and energy or I continue to move forward. This year has allowed me the opportunity to grow more than I imagined, even in my darkest of days.

If you are ready to leave 2020 in the dust but don’t know how to make a change in your life, I’m here to help. I help my clients every day take charge of their life and create reasonable habit changes within their daily schedule and routine. Below, I have included the four stages of change. Here you can see where you are currently and what steps you need to take to achieve your goals.

Contemplation stage

This is where you consider change but now ready to start taking action. You believe your health needs to improve but you are stuck in the “how” mentality. You are not ready to ask for help.

Preparation stage

You have decided about the change(s) you would like to make in your life and are ready to take action. This stage requires specific goal setting as you prepare yourself to take action.

Action stage

You have been making habit changes in one or more areas of your life to improve your quality of life. You are adjusting to how it feels to eat healthier and move more. This stage also requires working towards overcoming things that hold you back.

Maintenance stage
Winter Wellness by Amy Lee

Congratulations! This change has become a habit! You have discovered different ways of sticking with your new favorite routine. When setbacks arise, you are able to get move past them properly.


Now that you have the steps to follow to move forward in 2021, here are my favorite ways to stay on track:
Hire a wellness coach

Having an educated wellness coach on your support team is extremely beneficial when accountability is an area you struggle.

Track your progress in a journal, on your phone, or on an application.
Create a healthy environment at home.

A balanced lifestyle is more than the food we consume, it’s all areas of our life we consume information and energy.

Reward yourself, you deserve it!

Treating yourself to something small you enjoy is a great way to reward your success through your growth journey. This can be something simple like an at-home spa night, treating yourself to a fruit smoothie at a smoothie bar, calling a friend, or purchasing a new wellness gadget.

For more information on one on one wellness coaching,
please visit www.TheBohoHealthCoach.com

Winter Wellness

by Amy Lee

Managing mental wellness is a daily struggle for many people, in fact, it is said that approximately 43.8 million adults in the United States identify with at least one mental illness.

The most common mental illnesses throughout the United States include anxiety, depression, substance abuse disorder (alcohol included), bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, eating disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and PTSD.

The winter months may prove to be especially difficult for individuals already suffering from one or more mental illnesses. The struggle to stay balanced mentally during the winter may be attributed to the shift in the body’s natural rhythm as the sky gets brighter later in the morning and darker earlier in the evening.

This seasonal shift alone is responsible for the condition “seasonal depression”. Seasonal depression affects 14% of Americans annually. Although the shift in daylight may seem small, it plays a major factor in the rhythm of the body. Pairing societies already massive mental wellness crisis with a national health pandemic has me worried, to say the least.

A national survey on mental health during the coronavirus pandemic hosted by The Single Care, states that 59% of Americans are aware their mental wellness is being affected in a negative manner. If you find yourself also struggling, below I have highlighted some winter wellness tips along with strains and the terpene profiles that support the endocannabinoid system best for the most common mental illnesses.

  1. Make a plan for each day to accomplish.
  2. Keep up with your personal hygiene.
  3. Stay stocked in medicine for at least a week at a time.
  4. Schedule weekly calls with friends and loved ones.
  5. Add 15-30 minutes of movement to your day via a walk, yoga, anything!
  6. Know your triggers and have a plan of action.
  7. Take advantage of virtual therapy.
Here are some of the top-rated strains to support mental wellness during the winter months.
  • OG Kush – Relieves stress, anxiety, and stimulates the CB1 receptors.
  • Headband – Mood enhancing.
  • Northern Lights – Wonderful for bipolar.
  • Green Crack – Helps depressive symptoms and is a wonderful motivator.
Some of my favorite terpenes for winter months are found in many different strains, so if there is a symptom you suffer from more, search for a strain that is higher in those terpenes. That profile will support the endocannabinoid system in the areas you desire specifically.
  • Caryophyllene – A common terpene found in many strains. This terpene is a favorite of mine because of the unique response it has in the body. This terpene responds with both CB1 and CB2 receptors and assists in relieving stress symptoms and calms the mind and body. A wonderful terpene for those suffering from anxiety, depression, and stress-related symptoms.
  • Limonene – This bright and sunny terpene is an instant
    mood booster and energizer which is helpful for those
    suffering from depression or anxiety.
  • Linalool – Provides a sweet floral smell romancing the
    nose and body into a soothing calm.

Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration’s National Helpline, 1-800-662-HELP (4357), (also known as the Treatment Referral Routing Service) or TTY: 1-800-487-4889 is a confidential, free, 24-hour-a-day, 365-day-a-year, information service, in English and Spanish, for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders. This service provides referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations. Callers can also order free publications and other information. 


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The Science of Cinnamon & Cannabis

The Science of Cinnamon & Cannabis

by Amy Lee

When it comes to terpenes I definitely have my favorites and more than likely it’s going to be something strong and peppery such as caryophyllene. There is something alluring about the strong peppery smell and flavor that my body craves. It’s often said that the “nose knows what the body needs” and my body definitely craves Caryophyllene.

Caryophyllene is known for its beautifully balanced soothing properties throughout the mind and body. Unlike Myrcene, Caryophyllene provides a balanced response of relaxation and stimulation throughout the endocannabinoid system. Caryophyllene is one of the most unique terpenes due to its ability to also interact with the CB2-Receptors throughout the human body. CB2-Receptors do not provide any euphoric reaction when stimulated, instead, they work towards balance and wellness throughout the Endocannabinoid system and provide supplemental support throughout the digestive system and subsequent endocrine systems through the CB2-Receptors. This terpene is recommended to my clients suffering from anxiety, addictive personalities, inflammation, chronic pain, gastrointestinal issues, and clients seeking balanced wellness. Caryophyllene is also found naturally in other spices such as Basil, Oregano, Lavender, Rosemary, Black Caraway, Clove, and Cinnamon.

Cinnamon is one of my favorite natural spices to combine with my heavy-hitting caryophyllene strains like Girl Scout Cookie, Bubba Kush, and Sour Diesel for an amplified entourage wellness effect. Cinnamon is a natural antiseptic with a flavor that is not naturally sweet, in fact, it’s strong flavor is accredited for accentuating the sweetness of other ingredients when cooking or baking. This robust terpene requires time to escape from its woody matrix and release the critical flavor compound cinnamaldehyde which does not dissolve in water. Add this spice to your medicated meals, or sweets early in cooking to provide an opportunity for the natural cannabis terpenes to infuse in the dish.

Here are some simple ways to combine caryophyllene dominate medicine with cinnamon for a boosted medicated treat or meal. Medicated sugar is a simple solution for layering medication during the day and with everyday items. You may use the sugar of your choice but I recommend Monk Fruit sugar with a ready-made tincture instead of creating your own tincture at home to cut the processing time down significantly. To begin combine Caryophyllene dominant medicated sugar of choice with cinnamon and sprinkle over peaches, figs, apples, and pears before baking or grilling for a healthier dessert option. You may also add to apple cider and simmer over low heat for a cozy Fall medicated drink. A personal favorite is to add to Jamaican Jerk Chicken dry marinade and then grill or bake.  Combine your Caryophyllene dominate medicated products with cinnamon powder for a boosted medicated meal or treat any day of the week!

Nutter Butter Swirl Into Sublime

by Amy Lee

Nut-butters are some of the easiest household pantry items to infuse with cannabis and one of the most delicious! Nut butter is perfect for snacking with celery, apples, carrots, pretzels, and more! This recipe calls for peanut butter but can easily be replaced with any nut butter of your choice. 

Hemp or full-spectrum nut butter is an amazing cannabinoid delivery food due to the healthy fat content and high fiber for better absorption and bioavailability within the body.
Implementing 1-2 tablespoons of cannabis-infused nut butter to your daily routine provides a variety of cannabinoids, protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats for healthy bodily function while also supporting the activation within the endocannabinoid system. 

This recipe provides a quick rich and delicious single-serving peanut butter chocolate brownie under 10 minutes! *You may use any infused nut-butter for this recipe. 

Ingredients:1 Tablespoon Coconut Oil Melted 

2 Tablespoons Pure Maple Syrup 

¼ Teaspoon Pure Vanilla Extract

1 Tablespoon Cocoa Powder 

3 Tablespoons Gluten-Free Flour (or flour of choice)

1 Teaspoon Vegan Mini Chocolate Chips (Enjoy Life – brand) 

1-2 Tablespoons Infused Peanut Butter 

Dash of salt 



  1. In a small bowl combine coconut oil, maple syrup, and vanilla 
  2. Add Cocoa powder, flour, and salt until combined 
  3. Stir in chocolate chips 
  4. Line ramekin with parchment paper strips to remove brownie when done cooking or spray muffin pan 
  5. Pour batter into ramekin or muffin pan 
  6. Dollop infused peanut butter into center or brownie, slightly swirl through the top 
  7. Bake at 350* for 9 minutes 
  8. Let cool completely before enjoying 




by Amy Lee

BOHO Health Consulting

When utilizing cannabis medicinally with either industrial hemp products or other cannabis-related products, it is important to understand that each delivery method provides a different bioavailability percentage within the body. The bioavailability percentage plays an important role for all cannabis patients whether they medicate leisurely, are seeking a personal wellness protocol as a new cannabis patient, or assisting the more experienced and focused patient.

Before diving into the importance of bioavailability, it is vital to know the delivery methods at which cannabis may be provided. Starting with the most common method of delivery, smoking includes cannabis flowers, vape cartridges, and concentrates, followed by edibles, sublingual delivery (suckers; hard candy included), intravenous delivery, suppositories, and topical application. Each cannabis delivery method provides a cannabinoid-rich medicine yet the cannabinoid bioavailability differs between each delivery method and product.

What is bioavailability and why should it matter to you? Bioavailability is the rate in which a substance (such as hemp or cannabis) is absorbed into the body and made available to the endocannabinoid system. Medicating with a cannabis product initiates homeostasis, homeostasis is the body’s process for establishing balance through endocannabinoid support while also assisting all other major regulatory systems.

Each delivery method provides an individual bioavailability percentage rate at which the body will absorb cannabinoids and begin the benefits of homeostasis within the endocannabinoid and subsequent bodily regulatory systems. This may result in the patient experiencing various levels of “potency” per delivery method, however, it is the combination of bioavailability of the product paired with the total cannabinoid testing levels. Exploring bioavailability allows the patient to expand their cannabis knowledge and encourages the patient to explore new delivery methods.

In my opinion cannabinoid bioavailability is one of the most important factors when seeking to medicate with cannabis. Bioavailability can be measured on a scale from lowest bioavailability with topicals measuring between 5-10%, edibles measure between 4-20%, flower approximately 30% bioavailability, sublingual measures between 40-50% with cannabis vaporizors measuring up to 80% and the highest bioavailability at 100% is intravenous application. A high cannabis bioavailability usually equates to less cannabis product the patient may require to medicate with due to the bodys ability to absorb more of the total cannabinoids. It is not necessarily a higher dosage of cannabinoids or THC percentage that equates to a better medicated experience but how well they are absorbed into the body. A higher bioavailability is the sign of a higher quality product resulting in better absorption within the body. Products that deliver a high level of bioavailability often contain fewer total ingredients therefore are able to absoprb easier within the body.
To learn more about how you can improve your wellness with a personal cannabis reccomendation, I offer free health consultations through www.thebohohealthcoach.com


by Amy Lee

One of the most amazing aspects of the cannabis Sativa plant is its botany classification of non-toxic. By definition, non-toxic is considered non-poisonous and harmless to the human body. Does this mean a person can over-consume cannabis without a negative experience? No, it does not. Although cannabis is classified as non-toxic, when it is consumed in large quantities or high percentages of THC, a person may experience overstimulation of the endocannabinoid system resulting in a negative medicated experience, or over-green” if you will.

The most effective way to prevent an over-green” episode is to know your dosage! Dosing differs from person to person and ailment to ailment. When medicating with cannabis it is important to begin your journey at a very low dosage (1-5mg THC) and to always listen to your body when medicating. Understanding each consumption method and its benefits is also important in preventing over-greening” and establishing homeostasis within the body. I will briefly describe each consumption method and provide my personal recommendation.

  1. Smoking is the most common consumption method and for good reason, it works really, really fast! When cannabis is consumed through inhalation it activates and stimulates the endocannabinoid system within eight seconds!
  • I recommend this consumption method for clients who suffer from anxiety, migraines, pain, addiction, asthma, insomnia, inflammation, and any other ailment that requires relief within eight seconds.
  1. Edibles are a wonderful resource for micro-dosing throughout the day, and when prepared properly can host a plethora of additional health benefits. Healthy edible options include foods that contain little to no sugar, gluten, high fructose corn syrup, or other processed ingredients. Choosing edibles without these ingredients assist in the prevention of additional inflammation throughout the body and continues to supports the immune system on a cellular level. Whole hemp flower is another easy way to incorporate cannabis into any meal and is jam-packed with all omega fatty acids, magnesium, iron, folate, and protein!
  • I recommend all of my clients make their own edibles with a medicated olive oil, cannabutter, or medicated coconut oil and consume cannabis daily. Micro-dosing through a daily cooking routine is easy to accomplish and supports a continuous homeostasis status within the body.
  1. Topicals are another fabulous option for every person! While we understand cannabiss medicinal properties for skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, and arthritis, it is also beneficial to use daily to maintain healthy skin balance and protection.
  • I recommend using a daily cannabis product on your face to slow the aging process, prevent acne, reduce redness, clean pores, and maintain healthy skin. A daily lotion with low cannabidiol content is wonderful for maintaining healthy moisturized skin all over the body.
  1. Sublingual cannabis consumption is the method of ingesting cannabis orally and under the tongue. The best product for this type of consumption method is a tincture.
  • I recommend this type of product to all my clients seeking any type of wellness. A daily tincture assists the body in establishing homeostasis throughout your endocannabinoid system including but not limited to balancing glucose levels, hormones, blood pressure, thyroid function, inflammation, pain, ADD / ADHD symptoms, and more!
  1. Suppositories are guys and girls best friend! These little rockets of wellness can provide relief from pain within 30 minutes and last for over 6 hours!
  • I recommend these to my clients who suffer from extreme or chronic pain, arthritis, menstrual pain, endometriosis, PCOS, hemorrhoids, cancer patients, fibromyalgia, restless leg syndrome, and more.

Layering cannabis consumption methods is the act of intentionally utilizing all of cannabismedicinal benefits through multiple consumption methods. When seeking optimal wellness and homeostasis layering is truly your best friend. Dosing low and slow throughout the day creates a balance between healthy and high.

Here is an example of how I layer my cannabis consumption methods:

  • Sublingual – 1000mg CBD Tincture
  • Edible – 1-2 Cups CBD Roasted Coffee
  • Smoking – Flower/vape / concentrate
  • Whole Hemp Flower shake or granola
  • Smoking – Flower/vape / concentrate
  • Edible – 1-5mg Medicated Granola
  • Edible – 10mg CBD Gummy
  • Smoking – Flower/vape / concentrate
  • Edible – 10-20mg Medicated cooking oil with food
  • Smoking – Flower/vape / concentrate

*to learn more about or order any of the products listed above visit www.BohoOils.Com

Blueberry Hemp Protein Bars

by Amy Lee


These delicious granola bars are the perfect snack before or after a workout, hiking, boating, or

while relaxing at home watching TV. With this super simple recipe you can satisfy all of your

munchie cravings, sweet, salty, savory, and crunchy. These bars are loaded with ALL the

Omega Fatty Acids, Organic Hemp Protein and are an excellent addition to your daily routine for

boosting the endocannabinoid system throughout the day.


– 1 cup almonds – chopped

– 1 ½ cup steel cut oats

– 1 tsp salt

– 2 tbs cinnamon

– ¼ cup Boho Oils Co. Hemp Flower Superfood*

– 1 ½ cup nut butter of choice

– ½ cup honey

– ½ tsp Vanilla

– 2 tbs coconut oil – medicated or not

– 1 cup blueberries

*Organic Non-GMO Gluten-Free Apex Hemp


1. In a large mixing bowl combine almonds, oats, salt, cinnamon.

2. Over low/medium heat melt together Boho Oils Co. Hemp Flower Superfood, nut butter,

honey, vanilla, and coconut oil.

3. Once melted, pour the peanut butter mixture over the bowl of dry ingredients and

combine well

4. Lightly coat with coconut oil or line an 8×13 glass dish

5. Pour mixture into glass dish and press firmly into the dish

6. Chill in the refrigerator for 30 minutes before consuming

7. Remove from the refrigerator and cut into bars

Store in the refrigerator for 7 days for the best results.

Ganja Mom

by Amy Lee

There is a shift happening in society within the “mom groups” and I support it 100 percent. Emerging from the shadows of social media groups is a force of “new” moms standing tall in who they are and what they stand for unapologetically. These moms aren’t new to society, oh no, they have been here all along but now they don’t care what you think of them. Meet The Ganja Mom, she is a cannabis educated woman who has done her research on the incredible wellness benefits of cannabis and isn’t afraid to share her useage or knowledge with anyone and everyone including her children. The Ganja Mom understands that cannabis is a tool used to encourage balance mentally, physically and providing medicinal needs by supporting the endocannabinoid system with daily cannabis use. In fact some of the medical marijuana industry’s loudest advocates are mothers, who not only support the use of medical marijuana for their children but also for themselves. However, she is not always met with welcoming arms. I believe this is due to society’s negative stigma towards cannabis users as lazy, unmotivated and incapable of completing tasks. When in reality Ganja Moms are finding stress relief, motivation, increased energy levels, patience, mental clarity, boosts in mood and learning to love the role of mom!

As a single mother, I am no stranger to the stress and worries that come with raising a child. Personally, I started medicating again after my daughter was born, when I was suffering from severe postpartum depression as well as many other health issues. I found the most relief when I was able to medicate daily and consistently. Cannabis provided a greater sense of relief than any prescription without the harsh side effects throughout my body. I was able to reduce my anxiety, stress, scatterbrain and improve my sleep throughout the night within the first use. I was also able to slow down my “busy day” to appreciate the joy in each moment of raising my daughter, something I wasn’t doing previously due to my stress levels. A recent survey of 10,000 California cannabis consumers conducted by Eaze Insights found that 63 percent of parents are daily cannabis consumers, further supporting that medicating daily is assisting parents in many ways and opening a door to a new generation of child rearing.

As a certified Cannacian and health coach, I take every opportunity to educate my daughter on the many wellness benefits of cannabis and proper nutrition. I want her to understand that cannabis can be used as the first solution instead of a last resort. Many moms are taking the same opportunity to educate their children and raise a generation that is knowledgeable on cannabis for wellness. Welcome the Ganja Moms,

I am with you and I support you. 


This is a photo of me and my daughter at a Women + Weed event in Tulsa. 

Medicated Lemon Meltaways

by Amy Lee


It is easy to substitute the regular coconut oil with an infused coconut oil and create delicious edibles with a low dose, perfect for microdosing. The strain I used was provided by Envie Cannabis Boutique in Tulsa, OK and is Sativa dominant to assist in stimulating my endocannabinoid system. 

These delicious lemon meltaways are low in carbohydrates, free of artificial sugars, and won’t derail me from my goals. The one thing I like the most about this recipe is how simple it is to make and the quantity it yields. 


  • 1 1/2 cups almond flour
  • 1/4 cup organic lemon juice
  • 1/4 cup 100mg THC Silver Haze from Envie Cannabis Boutique 
  • 1/4 cup organic maple syrup*
  • 1/3 cup organic coconut flour
  • 1 tablespoon organic lemon zest or 4 drops of Organic Lemon Essential Oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon organic pure vanilla extract**
  • 1 pinch Himalayan pink salt


  1. Line two cupcake pans with paper liners or line two cookie sheets with parchment paper, set aside.

Prepare the balls:

  1. Add all ingredients for the meltaways to a food processor and process until everything is well combined. The mixture should have a smooth and thick consistency, like raw cookie dough.
  2. Test the mixture by taking out a spoonful to see if it’s firm enough to roll into a ball shape. Depending on the type of sweetener you use, you may need to let them firm a little in the refrigerator before rolling into a ball. If they aren’t firm enough to roll into a ball shape, put the mixture in the refrigerator for about 10-15 minutes, then remove and proceed to Step 3.


  1. Use a small cookie scoop or small spoonful to take a small amount at a time and roll them into the palms of your hands into a ball shape. If they start to stick to the palms of your hands, just rub a tiny amount of coconut oil on your palms and continue.
  2. You may leave them plain, or roll the balls in organic shredded coconut flakes, organic cane sugar (not lectin-free) or organic powdered sugar (not raw or lectin-free).
  3. Place the balls on the prepared cookie sheet and transfer them to the refrigerator for about 15-30 minutes to firm.
  4. Store in an air-tight container in the refrigerator until ready to serve because they will get soft and lose their shape if left out at room temperature.


Nutritional information is for (1) meltaway which is (1) serving and equals approximately 1-5mg of THC per meltaway depending on size. 



Serving: 1svg | Calories: 102kcal | Carbohydrates: 7g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 8g | Sodium: 7mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 3g | Calcium: 24mg


by Amy Lee

It’s day 5654 of self-quarantine and like many of you, the snacks are slowly taking over my household and attempting to expand my waistline. Personally, having a surplus of food in the house has been a trigger for unhealthy habits as well as increasing my anxiety levels. It triggers one of the hardest habit changes I have faced along my health journey and something I still battle with today, it is emotional and binge eating.

I live by a pretty strict “bare necessities” policy when keeping my home stocked with food items to create an environment of wellness and prevent unhealthy habits from creeping back into rotation. However, in preparation to follow the “Safe at Home” orders I have purchased more food items than usual. This change in my kitchen environment paired with the current global health situation can become a slippery slope to unhealthy habits. Emotions can easily be elevated in isolation or social distancing situations. Feelings such as stress, worry, loneliness, sadness, and uncertainty may trigger these unhealthy habits and continue to spiral out of control, however with the proper tools and exercises, these triggers will become more manageable.

Over the years I have practiced numerous methods to master stressful situations and practice mindfulness with the intention of breaking the chains of emotional and binge eating. Stress management is also one of the habits of health that I coach my clients towards mastering. When faced with an uncertain or stressful situation one of the first steps I recommend towards establishing security and control is to implement a solid schedule or routine, this includes establishing a healthy eating routine.

To keep the focus on your health goals it’s important to establish an environment of wellness within your home. Set clear boundaries and guidelines for the food within your pantry. Designate which foods you know will assist in meeting your health goals and which foods will further you from achieving those goals. Treat each food choice individually and if a moment of weakness should occur, allow yourself grace and make a commitment that your next food choice will be a healthy one. 
If you are looking to ‘beat the binge’ during this season of social distancing here are some key steps I encourage my clients to follow in order to stay on track towards their goals. The first thing I recommend is to create an environment of wellness by detoxing your immediate surroundings including the pantry. Specifically designate foods for you that will move you closer to your wellness goals and remove any items that might be a temptation, implement a daily routine which includes movement, meditation, proper hydration, sufficient sleep, and proper nutrition. Begin to fuel your body six times a day with small nutrient-dense meals and snacks which assist in establishing balance within the body both physically and mentally. Lastly, include a low THC full-spectrum cannabis oil to assist in lowering your blood pressure, mellowing the mood, relieving anxiety symptoms, healing the gut, preventing inflammation and boosting the immune system on a cellular level.

If you are interested in learning more about the four-component program I coach along with how to implement a daily cannabis routine for internal wellness, I offer free health evaluations via zoom or phone call. Book your consultation today at www.BohoOils.Com.
Be well friends,

Amy Lee

5 Ways Cannabis can Enhance your Workout and Improve your Recovery

Amy Lee

Certified Cannacian and Health Coach

Owner of Boho Oils Co

If the thought of using cannabis to enhance your workout and improve your recovery time has you skeptical hopefully, I can provide a new perspective on improving your wellness.


Every person has an endocannabinoid system, this is an internal pathway that communicates and stimulates transmitters within the body to provide homeostasis. Cannabis products support the endocannabinoid system when there is a deficiency or when a receptor has been interrupted. During a typical workout, the body’s receptors are being interrupted consistently. Muscles are being micro-torn in order to rebuild stronger, lungs are expanding to their capacity, trauma to the body may occur,

  1. Anxiety Relief

For many people, the action of going to a gym to complete a workout is very daunting and has been known to cause a social anxiety reaction. Cannabis consumers who suffer from social anxiety may find anxiety relief in a daily cannabidiol tincture or sublingual. For acute or situational anxiety sufferers, smoking may be the best method of delivery due to the fast-acting effects of inhaling a cannabis product. Relief can be felt within 8-10 seconds of smoking. Choosing a CBD dominant strain may provide similar benefits to its THC counterpart without a head high, euphoric feeling or potential paranoia. This is perfect for anyone who prefers to work out at ease without being medicated with THC.



  1. Energy

If you find yourself lacking in energy and desire to work out, a Sativa dominant or uplifting cannabidiol product may stimulate the endocannabinoid system assisting in energy levels and preparing the mind for a positive experience. I find personally that consuming a 10mg Sativa dominant cannabis product an hour prior to a workout layered by minimal smoking 5 minutes prior to a workout sustains the energy and concentration levels I prefer to conquer a workout.


  1. Bronchial Dilator

Often times it is thought that smoking cannabis is “harsh” on the lungs when in actuality inhaling a cannabis product can provide immediate breathing benefits. This is due to cannabis’ unique vasodilator abilities. This means that cannabis has the ability to open the body’s veins within 8 -10 seconds, therefore opening the passageways throughout the lungs as a bronchial dilator. This is also why your eyes may become bloodshot after consuming cannabis. This is a good sign of blood flow throughout the body.


  1. Topical Relief

Using a full spectrum, cannabidiol rich, or THC rich topical offers a transdermal relief that is beneficial after any workout. Topical relief can assist with inflammation, soreness, pain and soothing tired muscles.


  1. Enhanced Whole Body Recovery

For better whole-body recovery, I recommend using a whole flower cannabidiol product every day to consume prior and after a workout. Consuming whole flower and whole plant products will help you achieve the daily recommended dose of omega fatty acids, protein, magnesium, iron, folate and more. Consuming and layering cannabis treatments has been shown to improve recovery time by decreasing inflammation in joints, muscles, soreness, improved rest, gut health, energy levels, blood pressure, glucose levels and much more.


Before you hit the weights or go for that run, take some time and plan your cannabis regimen for the workout phase and repair.


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Watch out Roses

There’s a New Flower in Town

by Amy Lee 

Each year more than 250 million roses are produced for Valentine’s Day alone.  Putting flowers at the top of the gift-giving list year after year and even though I am a sucker for all things Valentine’s Day, I couldn’t help but wonder, “are roses the type of flower I’d want to receive?”  Perhaps it’s time to switch out the traditional floral arrangements for a more beneficial bouquet. A bouquet comprised of a flower with more “power”, per se. 

The flower I’m discussing has been reviewed through numerous studies and shown to provide an elevated intimate experience. The flower is named cannabis and it’s here to sweep you off your feet.  Most commonly differentiated by its two most popular cannabinoids, CBD and THC. Cannabis Ruderalis is the most common, federally legal plant and plant product. It is widely known as hemp and contains a high CBD to THC ratio. This plant may assist with everyday ailments such as anxiety, depression, thyroid regulation, inflammation, chronic pain as well as assisting with sexual dysfunctions.

Consumers are purchasing these CBD rich supplements as edibles, tinctures, topicals, or cured flowers for immediate support. However, CBD rich intimate and personal care products are taking the market by storm. These personal care products are said to provide the consumer with a more pleasurable intimate experience by stimulating the body’s endocannabinoid system and heightening the consumer’s senses. Many consumers supplement daily with full-spectrum cannabidiol to assist with enhanced mood, libido support, erectile dysfunction, and overall increased sexual health. 

The Cannabis Sativa and Indica plants contain higher THC to CBD ratios and should be monitored closer than a CBD rich product. This is due to the direct effect on the endocannabinoid system and CB1 receptors. THC may cause an intense sense of euphoria if over consumed. I recommend starting a low dose THC rich product through smoking, vaping or applying topically for immediate intimate pleasure. Consuming THC rich edibles require a longer activation period and may affect the outcome or stimulation of the consumer. While these effects vary from person to person studies are encouraging for those looking to spice up their bedroom routine with something new.

According to a 2017 consumer report, approximately  58% of all cannabis users are women. Since 2017, more and more women are turning to cannabis products to improve their overall wellness, sexual health, and pleasure potential. A separate study conducted by the Journal of Sexual Medicine surveyed 133 sexually-active women in regards to their cannabis use prior to a sexual experience, 68% of women surveyed reported a more pleasurable experience while elevated on cannabis and 72% stated an increase in their erotic pleasure on every sexual occurrence while elevated. It was also noted that  62% reported enhanced quality of their orgasms and their libidos in general. While 16% of female users reported using cannabis specifically to reduce pain during intercourse. Overall, daily cannabis users engage in 20% more intercourse than those who choose to not use cannabis products at all. 

This year don’t’ skip the roses, chocolates or cute teddy bear but definitely add some cannabis to your gift and welcome a new flower into the bedroom.





The incredible wellness balance between cannabis and nutrition

by Amy Lee

Certified Cannacian and Wellness Coach

As a Certified Nutrition and Cannabis coach I get one of two responses when I tell people what I do for a living, its either “oh, that’s interesting” or “…is that even a career?” “Uhh…Yes. It is now!” I reply. The next question is somewhere along the lines of “Sooo, I smoke pot all day and you tell me what munchies I can eat?” I giggle, they giggle and then I explain why my job is much more than bong rips and brownies.
You see, every person has an endocannabinoid system, this system is perhaps the most important communication system within our body. Officially named the endogenous cannabinoid system, it is considered to be a major receptor pathway and assists in establishing balance throughout the body, called homeostasis. When we experience “disruptions” throughout our endocannabinoid system this is our body alerting us for help in reestablishing homeostasis. These disruptions may appear in  a variety of ways, such as but not limited to insomnia, nerve pain, headaches, migraines, joint pain, inflammation, gut deterioration, anemia, hormone imbalance, chronic pain, metabolic mismanagement, emotional imbalance, memory, mood, heart rate, blood sugar regulation and much more. Recent research and numerous medical studies have confirmed the importance of supplementing this system with a daily cannabidiol product to restore balance and support mental and physical wellness. 

So, how are proper nutrition and the endocannabinoid system connected? The answer is in the receptors. The endocannabinoid system is comprised of receptors, CB1 and CB2. The majority of CB2 receptors are located within the gut and throughout the immune system. That means the majority of your wellness can be regulated with a daily cannabidiol regimen and proper nutrition. 

Many people believe that wellness is an unattainable way of life because they have not experienced true wellness. However, I found that with consistent endocannabinoid support and clean nutrition, the body will experience a drastic reduction in ailments and in some scenarios complete reversal of disease.
Everyday I assist clients who seek true wellness. True wellness is freedom from pain, insomnia, high blood pressure, excess weight gain, inflammation and much more. Through my own experience with a daily cannabidiol regimen and a convenient nutrition plan, I have been able to successfully free my body from over ten prescriptions, countless over the counter medications, and accelorated my weight loss to celebrate 125lbs lost. If you’re ready to experience wellness too, I’m here.