Could Medical Marijuana Relieve the Stress of Work and Aching Joints?

June 8, 2017 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Patient Resources

At the end of every work day, many of us often run to fitness centres or our local yoga studio to help with stress relief and our aching, sore muscles. Lately however, many are trying a new regime that includes medical marijuana before hitting the mats.

With the advance of marijuana being utilized to help with pain relief with little to no negative side effects, many now seem to be enjoying this heady mix to achieve the relaxation that yoga offers, while managing to enjoy the no pain stretching and movement too!

Medical marijuana users feel marijuana is the safest pain reliever on the market, so it should come as no surprise that this blissful combination seems to be cropping up everywhere… (pardon the pun)

Some yoga instructors feel marijuana clears away tension and pain, so their students can enjoy the yoga postures with less resistance, which is key to obtaining the most benefits from doing yoga.

The Yogis and Sadhus of India have long been drinking a spicy drink called bhang. Bhang is an edible form of cannabis used in both food and drink and marijuana as we refer to it has long been considered a medicinal and spiritual herb in India.

There are a few purists who object to getting ‘high’ and doing yoga, but medical marijuana users say working with a trained yoga instructor, in a professional yoga setting, should be very therepeutic