Sleeplessness. It’s a terrible feeling. You toss and turn, stare at the clock, and watch as the hours tick inevitably down toward the ringing of your alarm. If you’ve ever experienced nights like this, you’re not alone. Not getting enough sleep is so widespread in America that back in 2014, the CDC declared sleeplessness a public health epidemic.

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The legal cannabis industry is proving to be a force for good in the states that have embraced legalization. Here are just a few of the ways legal cannabis helps make the world a better place.

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Thanks to You We Collected 500lbs of Food! Yep! You read that right. Last month, you donated over 500lbs of food to help out our friends at the Asotin County Food Bank. We always knew our customers were incredible, but you blew us out of the water with your generosity and giving spirit.

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You guys, we hate to admit it, but somehow it’s already November. The year has been flying away from us, and we’re not sure how that happened, but we do know that we’re going to need something extra special to get us through the next few cold and grey months.

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The wonderful and amazing thing about cannabis is that it’s so much more complicated than we could have imagined even four short years ago. Back then, the cannabinoid THC seemed like it was the star of the plant. High THC products flew off the shelf largely because we believed THC percentage had the most significant impact on the high customers experienced.

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October is a month normally associated with orange and black. After all, Halloween looms large at the end of it and the spooktacular candy, costumes, and decor are hard to escape during this time of year. However, October is also Breast Cancer Awareness month, and so at Canna4Life, in October we wear pink.

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Cannabis is taking the world by storm. As legalization marches across the country, people of all ages and backgrounds are discovering the benefits of this fantastic plant. However, the use of medical cannabis can be a bit of a touchy subject, especially when it comes to speaking with your physician. Some doctors haven't yet done the research to fully comprehend how cannabis can help, so it can be challenging to have a productive conversation with them. Here are a few tips that can help make the process easier.

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Licensed cannabis retailers may only sell lab-tested products approved by certified analytical institutions whose job it is to ensure that marijuana is both effective and safe. When you pick up a prescription drug at the pharmacy, you know that it has been tested (and tested again) before it has been delivered to your local drugstore. It’s the same with cannabis.

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Have you ever consumed marijuana, then watched a movie? Did you notice how incredibly focused you were on what was happening on the screen? Sometimes when you “weed watch,” you lose sight of the movie’s storyline and became singularly fixated on a character’s face, their features and mannerisms, the way the dialogue emerges from their mouth. You might walk out of that movie unable to tell someone what it was about, but you could probably describe every blemish on an actor’s nose.

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Is it possible to get too high on marijuana? Some might joke that you can never be too high, but you definitely can. The good news is that there are ways to help yourself come down from a major high, and there are ways to avoid becoming too high in the first place.

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