Harvest Your Mind, Body and Soul

by Edy Guy September 18, 2018

In the Midwest, where I grew up, the leaves turn colors in dramatic ways during the fall. I’ve left foreign travels to come back just in time to see the leaves change, to smell the spicy, sweet scents, and nest into big sweaters and good books underneath the beauty of it.
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Professional Pain Relief: Why Athletes are Ditching Pharmaceuticals for Cannabinoids

by Maxwell Barna September 05, 2018

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A First-Time Ultra Runner's Intro to Cannabinoids

by Emma Walker September 04, 2018

I’ve been training to run my first ultra since 2015. No, it’s not an exceptionally long training plan. It’s just that every time I ramp my mileage up to anywhere near 50 miles a week, I’m plagued by injury or chronic pain—debilitating tightness in my IT band, plantar fasciitis, and, last fall, occasional tingling and numbness in my right foot. It’s hard to run 25-plus miles (or even a handful of miles!) when one of your feet keeps falling asleep.
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Moving with Intent: A Travel Journal from Mount Rainier

by Dana Kau August 21, 2018

From my late teens through my mid-thirties, the word “travel” held connotations of cross continental flights, foreign languages, and unfamiliar foods. As my career carried me across the US and occasionally to London (to the tone of about 150,000 air miles per year), I believed that unfamiliar ink stamped on a passport was the answer to finding escape. I was moving fast.
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Finding Mindfulness in Everyday Tasks: An Honest Guy's Guide to Meditation

by Maxwell Barna August 21, 2018

When stereotypically think of meditation, we can often envision people in bamboo studios or some exotic Zen garden somewhere, contorting [probably uncomfortably] into full Lotus position on dusty old mats. There’s probably a fountain trickling off in the distance, there’s a guy politely hitting a gong ever few minutes, and everyone is chanting “Ommmmm” at precisely 432 Hz.
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The Ethics of Wild Harvesting

by Annie Miller August 14, 2018

In Ned's new Hemp Infused Lip Balm, you'll find a couple of key ingredients that came straight from the great outdoors. Back in June, Ret and I took to the Foothills of the Rocky Mountains with Annie, our wildcrafting spirit guide, to ethicallyharvest wild rose and wild calendula for our lip balms. I emphasize ethically because along with the ingredients we collected, we received a crash course in the human/nature connection, what it really means to respectfully use what nature has to offer, and how to hold up our end of the symbiotic relationship we have with wild plants. It was a profound day, so much so that we asked Annie to share with you what she shared with us.
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My Tribute to Mummu: The Inspiration Behind Our Cardamom Hemp Lip Balm

by Adriaan Zimmerman August 14, 2018

This is the last picture I ever took with my grandmother, or Mummu (pronunciation) as I called her.  It was taken in 2007 at her apartment in Lohja, Finland. I was 24 and had recently graduated on from puka shell necklaces and popped collars and was trying my best to navigate early adulthood. It was a time in my life where my 'priorities' had shifted and I all but severed my ties to my childhood;
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I Tried Yoga and It Kicked My Ass

by Adriaan Zimmerman August 07, 2018

It was two weeks ago. I was on a trip to Winter Park, Colorado with a few other journalists and fitness bloggers in the run-up to Outdoor Retailer. We were there testing out some new gear over the span of a few days, and the agency in charge of it all had set up some fun events. Think downhill mountain biking, a trail run and, much to what I thought would be my chagrin, some early morning yoga.
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Science of Life: This Ancient Indian Medicine Healed Me When My Doctors Couldn't

by Edy Guy August 06, 2018

Feeling like a balloon about to pop, I blink into the florescent, ticking light of a doctor’s office: a standard, high-rise business building, reeking of sterile soap… I’m twenty years old, a college sophomore, and for the last six months I’ve suffered from indigestion so severe
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Acknowledging Burnout: The Truth Behind My Pit Stop

by Adriaan Zimmerman August 06, 2018

In 2015, I boarded a flight from Helsinki to Kathmandu kicking off what turned out to be nearly two years of solo travel. Unbeknownst to me, I was in the midst of detaching myself completely from the life that had consumed me for over ten years. My greater friend network learned about my travels as I started posting daily photos on my Instagram feed, drawing comments such as “living the dream” and “crushing life.”
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Modest Mouse's Jeremiah Green on Staying Afloat Thanks to Cannabinoids

by James Joiner July 24, 2018

Despite what you may think, it’s not always easy being in a prevalent rock band. Constant touring can create a disconnect with the rest of the so-called “normal” world. The pressure of performing at your best, show after show, in front of thousands of demanding fans who spent their hard-earned money to see you compounds stress levels.
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Travelogue: California Dreamin'

by Isabella Joiner July 10, 2018

If you’ve ever been lucky enough to visit the coast of California, you know the wonders of its jagged cliffs, hazy sunshine, and beautiful blue waves The rolling grass hills and scattered cattle that come with driving up the winding Route 1 is a cure and spiritual mend for the exhaustion of everyday life.
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