Washington, DC – March 22, 2022 (Investorideas.com Newswire) Federal officials charged far fewer people with marijuana-related crimes in 2021 as compared to previous years, according to data compiled by the US Sentencing Commission in its 2021 Annual Report.

Generally speaking, CBD oil is a product that is based on CBD which is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid of the cannabis plant. CBD oil can be used for the prevention and treatment of various ailments.

Full-spectrum CBD oil is the most sought-after type of CBD oil. It has a combination of strains, terpenes and cannabinoids that are found in the plant. This is the only type of CBD oil that could help you in achieving your desired goal.

Full-spectrum CBD oil explained

Full-spectrum CBD oil is a type of CBD oil that is all-inclusive. It means that the oil contains all the ingredients that are present in the cannabis plant. The components of this oil include cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes, fatty acids and vitamin E.

The oil contains no synthetic cannabinoids as it has all of the cannabinoids found in the plant.

The main cannabinoids found in full-spectrum CBD oil are CBD, CBDA, CBN, CBC, THCV and CBG. This type of CBD oil can be considered when buying.

Benefits of full-spectrum CBD oil

Unlike CBD isolate, full-spectrum CBD oil may be slightly more psychoactive. It can be used to treat different ailments like anxiety, stress, pain and depression.

Full-spectrum CBD oil is believed to be more effective than CBD isolate. It also has all of the cannabinoids that are present in cannabis plants. Therefore, this substance has no artificial fillers or synthetic cannabinoids.

Since this type of CBD oil does not contain any synthetic chemicals, it may be more suitable for people with different health conditions.

What you should look for in full-spectrum CBD oil

It is recommended to purchase full-spectrum CBD oil from a trustworthy company that has been in the industry for a long time. You should also consider buying it from a company that is known to provide high-quality CBD oil. Marryjane.com is one such company. It is known for providing quality full-spectrum CBD oil that is safe and effective.

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For many people, “growing older” means “going slower.” While there’s nothing wrong with living at a slower tempo, that doesn’t mean seniors should come to a stand-still. In fact, recent research suggests seniors who are more active enjoy many benefits, including a happier mood, a healthier heart, and better balance.

However, if seniors struggle with conditions like arthritis, they may not feel as inclined to walk, bike, or swim. The CDC now claims at least one-third of arthritis patients don’t get sufficient exercise.

While staying active with a chronic pain condition may be challenging, CBD may give seniors an “extra boost.” Indeed, after seniors feel the benefits of Blue Ribbon Hemp’s CBD oil, it’s hard to keep them off the tennis court!

CBD For Mobility — How This Cannabinoid Could Give Seniors Extra Groove!

OK, CBD won’t literally make seniors “get up and go,” but it could make getting into an exercise routine less of a hassle.

The reason CBD works so well for mobility has to do with its anti-inflammatory properties. Most chronic pain conditions like arthritis are related to excessive inflammation. Since CBD could naturally dampen inflammation, it helps relieve symptoms like joint soreness, back pain, and muscle tension.

As we reported in our post on CBD’s “superpowers” for seniors, Cornell University recently examined CBD oil’s effectiveness on osteoarthritis. According to this study’s results, dogs who took CBD oil had more energy and flexibility than those in the placebo group. These findings strongly suggest CBD’s anti-inflammatory effects played a role in each dog’s activity levels.

But you don’t have to take CBD internally to feel its remarkable properties. Indeed, many seniors first get into CBD via topicals like Blue Ribbon Hemp’s Broad-Spectrum Lotion. It appears CBD has potent anti-inflammatory effects when applied to a person’s skin.

While this may sound crazy, dermatologists agree that there are countless cannabinoid receptors on the skin’s outer layer. So, once CBD lands on your skin cells, these receptors can absorb all of the soothing properties of this cannabinoid.

The advantage of using CBD lotions is that customers could experience targeted relief in a matter of minutes. For instance, if your right knee is keeping you from going out for a jog, a few dabs of CBD lotion could soothe the pain away in seconds.

Although CBD oils are fantastic for reducing total inflammation, they might not be an excellent fit for every senior’s treatment regimen. CBD may be a viable natural alternative to NSAIDs, but it can have adverse reactions with other medications. Therefore, if you’re already taking prescription meds for various conditions, you have to be careful about adding CBD to your diet.

Patients curious about using CBD for soreness should first speak with a qualified doctor for guidance. Your physician should know whether it’d be better to start with CBD topicals or high-quality CBD oils.

Don’t Forget About Sleep! — CBD May Enhance Overnight Muscle Recovery

If seniors aren’t getting restorative sleep, getting pumped for even a mild workout is pretty difficult. Thankfully, it appears CBD could play a significant role in sleep health.

CBD oil seems to induce a mild sense of sedation, which should help seniors achieve deep sleep every night. Not only that, when you take CBD oil before bed, its anti-inflammatory properties may assist with muscle recovery.

Fun fact: Many pro athletes already use CBD oil before bed to speed up muscle recovery.

If seniors don’t have a healthy sleep routine, consider trying Blue Ribbon Hemp’s Max Strength CBD oil before bed. This natural sleep aid may be all seniors need to feel ready for action during the day.

Please Don’t Quit Being Fit! — Use CBD Oil To Your Advantage

Whether you opt for our CBD lotion or CBD oil, we guarantee you’ll feel ready for a brisk walk after just a few minutes. And don’t worry about feeling “high;” we didn’t sneak any THC into our hemp-derived formula. We never sell CBD oils that have traces of THC.

The only “high” you’re going to feel after using Blue Ribbon Hemp’s CBD is a “runner’s high!” Trust us; you’ll be amazed at how CBD’s anti-inflammatory effects can make exercise so easy!

The Spring Equinox (that was on March 20 this year) heralds the first day of a new season in most parts of the northern hemisphere including Asia. Our tropical climate might have a short window for spring before we feel the summer heat but the change from balmy to hot is palpable. The days are longer and winter blues feel like a distant dream.

Spring is also universally acknowledged as the time for new things, and the very important task of spring cleaning! So, it’s time to look inwards and initiate some serious spring cleaning — of body, mind and home. Here are some handy tips and recommendations to get you started.

Juice it up

We know sodas are convenient; no one wants to squeeze an orange every time they want a quick drink. That said, there are plenty of reasons to ditch sugary sodas and switch to healthier alternatives. While an occasional glass of pop is fine, if convenience is what’s standing in your way of switching to healthier options, consider ordering from any of the juice bars in the city.

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The Yellow Straw, which claims to be Kolkata’s first juice bar, has been serving healthy drinks to the city for almost a decade. Apart from a range of fruit smoothies, and fresh and cold-pressed juices, they also have a selection of salads and healthy snack options.  “We’ve seen a bigger shift in eating habits post Covid,” says co-founder Vikram Khinsawara, adding that people are more cognizant of eating habits now and opt for at least one healthy meal a day. When it comes to healthy food delivered fast, they are one of your best bets in the city given their significant presence. “Our daab drinks are some of the best-sellers. Since our juices and smoothies are made with seasonal and fresh fruits, people opt for those as well.”

Indian chain Drunken Monkey is known for their fresh juices and healthy smoothies. Their Kolkata store delivers via popular food delivery apps, so try their fare the next time a soda craving hits. We recommend their Pineapple Classic Mint and Muskmelon Magic — drinks tailor-made for summer.

Daily diet dos

Switching to healthy alternatives for your daily diet or even treats need not be a mammoth task. If you’re looking to make a complete dietary switch, there’s a gamut of resources in Kolkata and recipes online — from vegan stores and cafes and cloud kitchens, to healthy alternative recipes for your favourite treats like waffles or biryani and kosha mangsho.

If you’d like to savour your dietary choices but still opt for healthy meals, all it can take is tweaking your everyday recipes a little bit, or starting to make your favourite meals at home. Pikturenama.com is a great resource for recipes on hearty and light home-cooked Bengali fare. Led by city food bloggers Madhushree and Anindya, the blog is a neat repository of recipes you would want to add to your repertoire.

Breathe easy and nourish the mind

The start of spring is also the perfect time to do some much-needed housekeeping both figuratively and literally. Just as you’d go through your home and clear out the clutter, it’s also a good time to take stock of your everyday habits and relationships to see which ones are no longer serving you. It can be difficult to let go of things that have been a part of our lives for a long time, but sometimes it’s necessary in order to make room for new and healthier ones.

Headspace is a useful app to help take your mind off everyday stressors and get started on practising mindfulness in everyday life. With guided meditation practices, short courses and little tools, it’s a handy tool that teaches you to take a pause and clear the jumbles in your mind. You can also connect with other like-minded people, who too are on a journey to improve their wellbeing.

The benefits of a daily workout are widely known to all by now. Take out some time in the day to get those endorphins flowing. You don’t have to have a gym membership or fancy equipment to get going, a simple at-home free-hand routine is all it takes.

Declutter your work (from home) space

Your workspace or work-from-home-space is where you spend the majority of your time, so it’s important to keep it clean and organised. A cluttered and messy workspace can lead to distractions, decreased productivity and even depression. Spring cleaning your workspace and your work methods can help you refresh and organise, leading to a more productive and positive work environment.

YouTube is a huge resource to go to for tips and pointers to get started. Popular YouTubers, including director of Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things on Netflix, Matt D’Avella, have a gamut of videos that you can refer to to boost your productivity and everyday work game.

But first, begin with a literal spring cleaning of the space you work from. As famous organisation expert Marie Kondo says, if it doesn’t spark joy (or in this case, if it induces anxious thoughts), it has to go. Declutter by throwing away unnecessary things that take up valuable space; create zones for working and relaxing; organise your belongings and make a plan; and most importantly, take your time and space out the cleaning. Check out this quick video by creative professional and YouTuber Matthew Encina to get started.

If you have a home and are health conscious, it’s no surprise if you’re curious how your abode may be affecting your body. And you’re smart to ask that question — your home really can influence your health. “High surfaces like the tops of refrigerators and cabinets, and low surfaces like carpets, can be dusty and affect the quality of the air we breathe, which then affects our respiratory health,” says Kadi Banjoko, infection preventionist at the Department of Clinical Epidemiology at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus.

Meanwhile, other areas can harbor germs from our gastrointestinal tract and respiratory system anytime we use the bathroom, cough, sneeze, and wash our mouth in the sink, Banjoko adds. These germs have the potential to contribute to sickness, too.

The moral of the story: Good health begins at home. So start the season on a healthy note by making sure to include these often-neglected areas in your spring-cleaning routine.

1. Windowsills

“Windowsills are an easy place for mold to grow, and it’s not always apparent to homeowners,” says Tim Dunphy, product manager at Leaf Home Water Solutions, a water purification company in Jacksonville, Florida. Mold spores appear as small, discolored areas on your windowsills and, if left untreated, can damage your window and home air quality, he says. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), exposure to mold can cause people with asthma and mold allergies to experience symptoms such as stuffy nose, wheezing, and red or itchy eyes or skin. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has also found a link between mold exposure and upper respiratory tract symptoms, cough, and wheeze in healthy people.

The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology recommends cleaning mold and condensation from window frames and sills with a solution of chlorine bleach: Mix ¾ cup of chlorine bleach with 1 gallon of water. Be sure to wear a protective mask and rubber gloves.

2. HVAC Filters

If your home has a central heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning system, change the filter regularly, says Jessica Hui, MD, allergy and immunology physician at National Jewish Health in Denver. Filters catch particles that affect the air quality inside your home, including pollen, animal allergens, and mold spores, according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (ACAAI). If you let the filters fill up and sit too long, it can worsen allergy and asthma symptoms.

The ACAAI recommends replacing your air filter about every three months. Start the habit during spring-cleaning.

3. Base of Toilets

Even if you clean your toilets regularly, chances are you skip the base where the toilet is held to the ground. “I tend to see pee just sitting on the base of the toilet, especially when I visit homes with little kids,” Banjoko says. Urine left on the base of the toilet (or anywhere, really) can harbor germs, while the moisture can contribute to mold that can increase the risk for or worsen respiratory ailments like allergies and asthma

Banjoko recommends using bleach or a product that’s been labeled with words like “antibacterial” or “antimicrobial” to clean these germy areas. According to the American Cleaning Institute, common ingredients to look for on the label include pine oil, quaternary ammonium compounds, sodium hypochlorite, phenols, and ethanol.

4. Water Filters

“Homeowners don’t tend to their water filtration systems because they aren’t top of mind, and some households can go months or years without properly cleaning or replacing their filters,” Dunphy says. An old filter can develop mold, which immediately affects the quality of your water and, by extension, your family’s health. According to the U.S. Food Safety and Inspection Service, ingesting some molds can cause allergic reactions and respiratory problems, whereas others can make you sick.

How often you need to clean or replace a filter depends on the appliance, so check the manufacturer’s instructions for guidance. As a general guideline, replace your refrigerator filter every three to nine months, according to Dunphy. If you have a whole home water treatment system to purify your tap water, replace the filter every three to seven years.

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5. Closets and Mudrooms

Dunphy says that closets and mudrooms get a ton of traffic, such as from you and your family kicking off winter boots, stacking your coats and jackets, and dropping off sweaty gym bags. Winter weather, in particular, tends to introduce moisture to these areas, such as from melted snow, leading to mold when left to sit.

Give your closets and mudrooms a deep clean with your go-to cleaning products at the beginning of each season. Dunphy recommends removing all items before cleaning so you can get into every nook and cranny.

6. Pets

Don’t forget your four-legged friends! Fido can bring dirt, dander, and outdoor allergens like pollen into the house, worsening allergies and introducing new germs. According to the CDC, dogs can carry germs that can cause a variety of illnesses in people, from minor infections like ringworm to serious illnesses like methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. Cats can cause many of the same infections and illnesses, along with cat-specific ones like cat scratch disease (a mild infection), per the CDC.

“It’s important to groom them frequently to minimize dander exposure and clean them of allergens they’ve picked up outdoors,” Dr. Hui says. Bring pets to a professional groomer or give them a DIY at-home bath. Also, get in the habit of providing your pets with routine veterinary care and washing your hands thoroughly after interacting with them, per the CDC.

7. Gutters

“Since gutters are out of sight, they’re often forgotten when spring-cleaning rolls around. However, it’s recommended that you check and clean your gutters every six months to prevent overflow,” Dunphy says. The benefit of cleaning them in the spring is that you can get rid of any debris or water that may have built up over the winter from ice dams. According to the University of Minnesota, an ice dam is a ridge of ice that forms at the edge of your roof and prevents snowmelt from draining. The water that backs up behind the dam can leak into your home, causing mold and mildew to grow.