Savannah, GA is a magical city that has much to offer! Whether you’re a tourist or a local, there’s always something fun and charming to do. Time in Savannah can be spent in many different ways such as sightseeing, visiting cute coffee shops, exploring the Historic Districts, shopping at unique boutiques, eating at authentic restaurants, enjoying drinks at entertaining bars and much more.
The drinking part is especially true, the bar scene in Savannah is one of a kind. If you’ve ever visited Savannah, you might be familiar with the to-go cup policy. You might have even thought your bartender or server was joking when they mentioned it to you. People are allowed to walk around the downtown area with their drinks in a plastic cup after purchasing at a bar or restaurant.
It’s the little things like this that give Savannah it's charm. Savannah is a hot spot for various types of events and holidays like weddings and Saint Patrick’s Day.
As you can imagine, where there’s drinking, there’s usually hangovers. Anyone who has experienced a hangover knows they're not fun, and attempting to make one go away can be a hassle.
The classic ways of getting over a hangover are hydration, sleep, and nutrients. However, people have reported that CBD can help alleviate the symptoms of a hangover. It’s been said that by adding CBD to the mix of hangover cures, it can help decrease the duration and severity.
Andrew Ward, a writer for Prohbtd, tried putting this to this to test. Here’s how his experience went:
“Waking up the next morning, I began the second, more hellish portion of the study. Wearing pants from the night before and nothing else, I woke around 8 a.m. to the usual mixed bag of terrible feelings a hangover brings. My pain lived mostly in my head and general motor functions. I had shaky hands and slow brain performance. My stomach appeared settled, though I was slightly hungry.”
At 8:30 a.m., I took the first drop from my full spectrum hemp-infused CBD oil, totaling 500mg. For each of the following three hours, I would take the same sized drop right around half past each hour. As time passed I still felt noticeably hungover but nowhere near the original pain. At 11 a.m., I took my last CBD product of the day, a 5mg cup of CBD nano-sized coffee. In all, by the afternoon, I felt just about my normal self, and I had two glasses of water and a small meal of a banana and string cheese before stepping out in the world as a sober human once again.
I noticed improvements to my head and hands after each dosage. Two of the major areas affected by a hangover appeared to have improved, leaving me only with a significant case of lethargy. However, like anyone who has had a few hangovers can attest, not every experience is the same. While red wine and champagne may cause migraines one night, it could be a couple of cheap beers that do it on another. Sometimes it’s more stomach than head pain. With countless other elements in play, the impact of CBD on hangovers requires a more thorough investigation than one night and one person. Regardless, this writer is intrigued enough to take CBD oil the next time a hangover is imminent.”
It’s still not entirely known why CBD helps with hangovers, but one explanation is that the compounds in CBD can help suppress nausea.
The next time your fun night out in Savannah turns into a vicious hangover the next morning, Mary Jane’s CBD Dispensary has you covered with a variety of high-quality CBD products!
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CBD has grown to become a household name. As with humans, lately, CBD is becoming more popular in vet stores. Thanks to the series of research that unveils the therapeutic potentials of the cannabis extract.
While many pet parents have replaced their pet’s conventional prescriptions for CBD-infused products, many are still skeptical.
Perhaps you’re still unsure, here are some reasons you should give your pets, CBD.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a major compound in cannabis. The extract is believed to interact with the endocannabinoid system, which regulates certain body functions, including appetite, mood, and sleep.
CBD – unlike THC, the intoxicating compound in cannabis – will not make you high. Instead, it’s widely believed to manage epilepsy, pain, etc.
Talking sleep, some research-backed by anecdotal reports say CBD may help improve our night’s rest. So, if you’re having issues with seep, CBD looks promising.