Lion’s mane (Hericium Erinaceus) is a type of medicinal mushroom. Long used in traditional Chinese medicine, lion’s mane is widely available in fresh, dried, and supplement forms such as mushroom gummies; made from lion’s mane powder. Scientific research shows that lion’s mane contains a number of health-promoting substances, including antioxidants and beta-glucan.Continue Reading
Twitter announced a significant update to its Drugs and Drug Paraphernalia policy, allowing approved cannabis advertisers to target adults in legal jurisdictions within the United States and Canada.
Brands will be limited to advertising hemp-derived topical CBD products, but brands operating in most Canadian provinces will be subject to far fewer restrictions. Cannabis brands such as PAX are already advertising…Continue Reading
Cannabis shipping may become legal for small cultivators with a new federal bill. 50 Shades of Green is learning that small-scale and legacy cultivators stand to benefit immensely from the “Small and Homestead Independent Producers (SHIP) Act”…Continue Reading
Natural nootropics have benefits both in the long term and in the short term. One of the greatest benefits – apart from the boosting of cognitive functioning – is in the adaptive stress response. Some of these compounds can enhance the ability of the brain to resist severe or chronic stress, which can help reduce inflammation and all the health issues that may arise from it.Continue Reading
Lion’s Mane mushroom is an ancient Chinese remedy traditionally used for improving cognitive performance, and overall health. It may prevent and treat nerve damage by boosting Brain Nerve Growth Factor, and neurogenesis – the process by which new neurons are formed in the brain.Continue Reading