How exactly do you “buy” a tweet? The tweet is turned into an NFT, or “non-fungible token.”
No, by non-fungible I’m not talking about something mushroom related. An NFT allows you to buy and collect signed digital art, music, and yes, even tweets!
Ok, it’s not actually signed by a human like a signed album or headshot. It’s verified for it’s authenticity through crypto, meaning it’s in limited edition (usually one of a kind!) and there are no fakes.
The platform that’s selling Tweets as NFTs is Valuables, an auction platform where you can bid for any tweet by any…
We believe everyone has the power to heal themselves, and that begins with mindful practices including stress management and healthy eating. AURA Therapeutics offers the first Dr. formulated functional beverages containing kratom for a balanced life.
Michele Ross, PhD is a five-time author and world renowned neuroscientist who specializes in helping patients use plant medicine to heal their physical and emotional pain. She is the founder of drmicheleross.com, a leading source of courses and solutions for using CBD, cannabis, kratom, and mushrooms for better health.
Kratom, known by its scientific name Mitragyna speciosa, is a tropical evergreen tree in the coffee family and grows naturally in Southeast Asian countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, and Papua New Guinea. Dried leaf is ground into powder and consumed in many different ways, from teas to capsules to vape cartridges.
Similar to cannabis, there are many strains of kratom, each with their own unique chemical properties and benefits. Kratom contains chemical compounds that have both stimulant and opioid effects, making this a unique plant medicine that has been used safely for hundreds if not thousands of years.
Starting your morning with a cup of coffee is a ritual millions of Americans partake in, but at some point, one cup turns into 2 and 2 cups turn into four. Before you know it, you’ve got a caffeine addiction, and your usual cup of coffee doesn’t keep you awake, it simply prevents caffeine withdrawal.
It’s possible to get the same energy boost and enhanced focus from these 6 healthy alternatives to coffee:
Yerba mate is made from the leaves of the holly tree, which naturally contain caffeine. While yerba mate is traditionally infused with hot water as a tea…
Tea, wine, beer, cannabis, CBD, kratom. What do they all have in common? A learning curve of language used to describe what products are, how they are made, and how they work in your body.
Maybe you’ve mastered all the cannabis terminology and strain names and are shocked to find kratom has its own unique set of strains and definitions. For a new kratom user, this kratom industry language can make choosing and using a kratom product confusing.
That’s why we’ve created the AURA Therapeutics guide to kratom definitions. Consider this your cheat sheet to kratom.
Kratom is infused into…
We all have this preconceived notion that only coffee contains caffeine but that is not the case. Sodas like Diet Coke and chocolate products contain caffeine. A hot cup of coffee with the morning sunshine sounds so tempting and revitalizing.
It has the ability to keep you awake and help burn that midnight oil in time of dire need. Coffee becomes a matter for social gathering. It helps you socialize by letting you bump into one of your colleagues in the office which otherwise wouldn’t have happened.
It is being considered as one of your friends as it has helped…
Access to the Internet has brought a lot into our world: convenience, social networking, the ability to work from just about anywhere. But with it comes an extraordinary amount of stress.
Just think about the last time you sat down to watch your favorite television show. You were probably distracted by your mobile device, which means that you most likely didn’t absorb everything that you watched.
And it’s not your fault.
We’ve become almost numb to the sound of notifications going off on our phones and tablets, incoming emails, alerts and a myriad of other online signals that pull our…
There are three classes of cannabinoids: endocannabinoids, phytocannabinoids, and synthetic cannabinoids. Endocannabinoids are marijuana-like compounds produced by our bodies that activate the endocannabinoid system, the largest neurotransmitter system in the body.
Your body’s cannabinoid receptors and endocannabinoid levels are also responsive to exogenous cannabinoids, or cannabinoids made outside the body. Exogenous cannabinoids include synthetic cannabinoids such as dronabinol, marketed as the prescription drug Marinol, and phytocannabinoids such as CBD and THC.
Phytocannabinoids are cannabinoids from plants such as cannabis, also known as marijuana. Several plants, including echinacea and Piper nigrum, used to make black pepper, also contain cannabinoids.
Having the right fibromyalgia doctor can make the difference between struggling silently in pain or managing your disease confidently. Whether you’re newly diagnosed or feel overwhelmed by your massive list of prescriptions that seem to not do much, it’s never too late to do your research and change your fibromyalgia doctor.
While a general practitioner is great to go to for your yearly checkup or for a quick test and prescription when you’ve got strep throat, they’re not the best for handling complex chronic health conditions. That’s why they usually refer fibromyalgia patients out to a specialist, like a rheumatologist.
If you’re on the keto diet, vegetarian, or use CBD oil, you are likely already using coconut oil the form of MCT oil daily. But the majority of people don’t have coconut oil in their kitchen or their medicine cabinet.
It is a common misconception that coconut oil is bad for you. People all over the world are experiencing the healthy benefits of using coconut oil. It is actually one of the healthiest oils you can consume.
Here are the top seven reasons why you should use coconut oil as an alternative to other common cooking oils.