Rediscovering Cannabis: What the Baby Boomers are Learning About Its Health Benefits



Baby Boomers represent the generation born between the years 1954 and 1965.

This generation is now in their 50s and 60s and many are starting to rediscover weed. They are finding the health benefits associated with Hemp and are changing their opinion on cannabis.


For years, cannabis was demonized and associated with criminal activity. However, attitudes are starting to change as people are learning about the potential health benefits of the drug. Hemp, in particular, is being recognized for its many potential uses, including as a source of food, medicine, and fiber.


A recent study conducted by scientists at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, found that those who consumed hemp oil had reductions in anxiety and improvements in sleep quality. The study participants were given either a placebo or a hemp oil treatment group. This is great news for the members of Generation Jones who are looking for an alternative to prescription drugs.


CBD is a non-psychoactive component of the hemp plant that is believed to have a range of benefits, including anxiety relief. It is also a good source of other nutrients, including omega-3 fatty acids. These nutrients can help improve your health in a variety of ways and reduce the risk of chronic diseases.


Overall, these findings are promising and suggest that hemp may be a useful alternative to prescription drugs for the treatment of anxiety and sleep disorders. If you want to give this a try, try our pre-rolls here or grab one in our CBD Sample Pack.





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