A Toke of Wellness

A TOKE OF WELLNESS BY ANNA WILDER  Over the past two decades, wellness and self-care have significantly evolved. It is astonishing how many products and practices are available to us in the modern era, including plant medicineslike psychedelics and Cannabis! It might also seem a little … overwhelming? Confusing? Dare we say, sometimes, suspect? Which ultimately begs […]

Universal Cannabis 101  – Endocannabinoid System 

Universal Cannabis 101  Endocannabinoid System  by Jasmine Harvey Have you ever wondered how cannabis works synergistically with your body? That is all thanks to your Endocannabinoid System or ECS for short. The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is what helps keep the Human body in Homeostasis as the Master Regulatory System. The ECS is composed of cannabinoid […]

Infused BBQ Pulled Jackfruit Sammies with Medicated Broccoli Slaw

by Anna Ervin & Dondi Cobb It’s that time of year again, either a vegan’s worst nightmare or the season they’ve been most looking forward to. I personally fall into the second category, but not for a lack of many, many awkward backyard bar-b-que’s spent picking through a side salad and, if I was lucky, […]

Romance and Strong Character

By Tab Moura My memories that come to mind, when I reflect on my rougher chronic illness years, are often bitter sweet. Early in my marriage my husband and I endured incredibly painful seasons of debt, unemployment, the push-and-pull of checking out, and angry words shared… but these were years that truly taught us to […]

Foraging in Tulsa with Justin Hope

by Anna Ervin When I was younger, I used to think Oklahoma’s landscapes were so bland. My family traveled a lot through the years, and I remember visiting states with clear blue ocean waters, or mountains blanketed in aspens and evergreens. I would think, why can’t I live somewhere like this. Somewhere that flaunts such […]

Weed Like to Talk About Dandelions

by Tab Moura Spring is here! I’ve been watching the landscape closely over the last few weeks; the weeds are coming and the bees aren’t the only ones happy to see them.  One of the most common weeds that I come across locally is the dandelion. Far from being the only wildflower native to Oklahoma, […]

Hot Flash!

by Dondi Cobb  | Two Twisted Girls Just a few months ago, the North American Menopause Society (NAMS) released exciting results from a new study of menopausal women and their treatment of choice for their worse symptoms. It seems women today are choosing, more often, to relieve the harsh symptoms of menopause with cannabis than […]

Show the TV Who’s Boss

by Micah McKamie During all of the time I had to meditate during quarantine, I had a huge realization about my fitness ideals. Before I became a runner, I had always wondered how people made time for staying in shape.  How was it that people prioritized the gym over spending time with friends or making […]

My Road To 40

by Tab Moura I read once that 40 years old is when most women truly reach a point in their lives where they don’t care as much what other people think. It’s when they begin living more authentically and surround themselves with friendships that are more energizing. In 2021 I will be turning 32, and […]

Plant Medicine for Spring

by Tab Moura This may not come as a surprise to you, but I’ve become known for my creativity with natural medicine. While I do enjoy making natural choices, my use of natural products is truly out of necessity due to my health disorders.  The biggest lesson I’ve learned is that it’s not easy to […]

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: Crossing the Barrier

by Tab Moura Imagine being in a large facility, you know that it contains a wealth of knowledge, riches, and untold technological advancements… but you don’t have electricity in all of the rooms. So, you know what’s there, you just cannot analyze it. This is my experience with Epilepsy. My seizures affect my ability to […]

Strain of the Month: March 2021

by James Bridges | Herbage Magazine   SLYMER Sativa Dominant Hybrid 2.79%   Terp 20.98% THC   Effects: Uplifted Hyper Awareness Appetite Suppressant   Bored.  Sometimes I get that way with my meds.  Just boring ole meh, yeah it works, medicine. So it’s time to hunt. Shuffling through the lists of strains to try can get […]

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 […]

Training Through Terps pt. 3

Eliminate the Struggle by Micah McKamie When building your workouts, one of the things that I consistently see is a lack of focus towards routine and consistency.  “Finding” a way to “Fit” your workouts in throughout the week is setting yourself up for failure.   Too many times we go into the planning and scheduling process […]

Medicated Lip Balm

5 Medicated Lip Balms + DIY Lip Scrub Recipe Note: This article originally stated that Simply Bare’s Feel This Lip Balm was 10mg, but has since been updated to reflect the correct dosage. Feel This Lip Balm contains 50mg of THC, and 50mg of Hemp Fat.  by Anna Ervin Two years ago, I was doing […]

Vegetable Pad Thai with Infused Spicy Peanut Sauce

by Anna Ervin I used to tell my husband that I loved him “to the moon and back infinity.” Today, you’re more likely to hear me say that I love him more than spicy peanut noodles, because I genuinely believe that’s more than a trip to the moon, multiplied by infinity. I cannot remember the […]

Love Yourself with These Self Care Tips this Valentine’s Day

by Veronica Castillo Self-care is usually seen as bubble baths, candles, and presents for self. These are great ways to offer thy self some “me time” and relaxation, but is love shallow- sitting right there at the surface? Love is deep and intentional, right? And so, this Valentine’s Day, practice loving self, with self-care that […]

Training Through Terps pt. 2

The Journey by Micah McKamie One of the interesting things that I found over the last year and through my training through terps journey was how crucial mental health is to the process. This is not an article telling you to move away from your meds or to go cold turkey into this process, because […]

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, […]

Electrolytes for Balanced Health

by Tab Moura These cold weeks always make me pensive… perhaps the cold weather atmosphere makes time feel slower, perhaps it’s all in my imagination. What I know for sure is winter puts things in perspective for me like no other time of the year. As a mother, I have experienced such a rollercoaster of […]

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. While 2020 may not have been your year, 2021 is your response. How will you bounce back from […]

Training Through Terps pt. 1

by Micah McKamie Over the last 20 years, workout supplements have come and gone. Companies produced products like Creatin, Plasma Jet, Hydroxycut, etc. without regard for the safety of the consumer. Within the FDA it is known that a product could stay on the shelves for years before it can legally be taken down, regardless […]

Diagnosed with Depression

How Cannabis Created a Safe Space for Healing by Tab Moura I still remember how that library smelled; stale, cheap floral- mixed with books. You know the type, perhaps one too many glade plug ins. I sat there sweating through my blouse as I read the questionnaire. “Experiences little interest in doing things they once […]

Speaking Love into a New Year

by Tab Moura  Going into a new year, I am excited to set new intentions that help me raise the bar of what the baseline of my health looks like. For those of us with chronic illness, learning our limits is practically the first lesson life teaches us once we enter a valley with our […]

Powered by Plants

by Anna Ervin When I made this chili recipe for a family occasion a few years ago, my father-in-law went back for seconds. He said, “I don’t know who brought this chili but it’s the best that I’ve ever had.” Hearing this from the man who never lets me forget what a kook I am […]

Training through Terps

by Micah McKamie Why Not? Has anyone ever told you that you can’t smoke weed and workout? Oh, that’s because no one ever asked? All through-out history there are instances where if people didn’t just ask “why not?” then we wouldn’t have such great inventions like the telephone or TikTok. Now I am in no […]

Global Meditation – December 21st

by Anna Ervin Jupiter-Saturn Conjunction There’s been a lot of talk around the date December 21st lately, when Jupiter and Saturn are scheduled to meet in alignment, creating a celestial event that only happens every 20 years. Making the phenomenon even more rare is the fact that the last time these planets were illuminated this […]

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 […]

Family Connection

by Tab Moura This month is the one year anniversary of when my daughters got their medical cannabis cards. I want to share a snapshot with you, but the snapshot is really just a byproduct of what I want to share today. I came to cannabis therapy by way of an Epilepsy diagnosis. Finding relief, […]

COVID-19 Cancel Your Travel Plans?

Affordable Staycation Tips  by Jesse Clark, Soulful Travel The term ‘staycation’ has never been so widely used before. The coronavirus pandemic has waylaid travel plans and left many of us with a bare-bones budget anyway. Fortunately, none of this means that you have to completely abandon your entertainment or relaxation plans. When money is tight, sticking […]