Cannabis Coaching: Filling a Gap in Care

By Juliane Nowe, Certified Health, Life and Cannabis Coach, Senior NWA Mentor The term Cannabis Coaching continues to become more well-known as the cannabis industry advances and people are looking for answers to their questions on cannabis.  I reached out to two fellow Cannabis Coaches, Brittany Chaffee, founder of Balance in Buds and to Katrina […]

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Cannabis Vaping Concerns for Cannabis Educators, Coaches and Consultants

News of vaping-related illness and death have raised concerns about cannabis vaping safety.  Right now, there are more questions than answers. Here are links to insightful news stories re the subject.   We will summarize below these links: Is Vaping Cannabis Good for You? Surterra Wellness https://www.surterra.com/blog/science/is-vaping-cannabis-bad-for-you/?j=622717&sfmc_sub=49663198&l=15152_HTML&u=10264010&mid=100019610&jb=3&utm_source=marketingcloud&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=top-picks Special Report: Cannabis Researchers, Scientists Confront Vaping-Related Lung Disease […]

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The Reset Button – A Mind Dynamic Technique

Even though I am truly committed to “practicing what I preach”… Even though over the past year I feel that I’ve rotated almost 180 degrees from some very low energy and stagnated seasons (let’s say I’m at about 160 degrees now :- ) … Even though my coping skills for fear and anxiety have taken […]

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CBD/Cannabis Coaching Certification – A Promising New Career in an Explosive Growth Market

Turns out, Medical marijuana and CBD oil (a non-psychoactive compound found in cannabis), are very effective tools for both psychological and physical healing. A recent University of Indiana study found that upwards of 50,000 lives could be saved every year in the United States if medical marijuana were legalized nationally. U of I Professor of […]

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21 Day Challenge – What’s For Breakfast?

Tomorrow (Monday, July 11th) we begin our 21 days of eating mainly raw foods.  Does that feel intimidating?  Well, any time you change the way you eat dramatically, it IS a challenge.  But there’s no pressure – just follow along at your own pace. Even if you use these 21 days to add a Green […]

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Getting Ready for the 21 Day Challenge

Answering the Questions: How should I prepare? What equipment do I need? We already have almost 80 people signed up on the Facebook page for our free guided 21 Day Challenge!  If you have a Facebook account, you might want to follow the event there as we can easily post photos and have discussions.  The […]

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21-Day Raw Food Challenge!

Free Event – Follow at Your Own Pace July 11th to July 31st You know when you are having a hard time breaking a pattern of less-than-perfect eating? Or when your best intentions are taking a nosedive?  Well, the best way to handle this, from my experience, is to commit to a 2-3 week time […]

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Free 7 Day Program: Alkalinity Boost for Brain and Body

Sign up for this Free Program and get a Bonus Week of Recipes and Menu Planners Invited by Curejoy to be an expert on their superb health information site, I was delighted to be asked to collaborate in creating a 7-day program on Alkalinity.   CureJoy also maintains the Facebook page “Ayurveda” with over two […]

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Extend Your Spring Cleaning to Body, Mind and Spirit

 Note:  For an “Internal” Spring Cleaning join our Group S-Tox (Sensible Approach to Detox) May 26-29th  Details below An extended winter throughout much of the US and Canada really cut into the enjoyment of the spring season this year for many.   One of our coaching grads sent me photos of over a foot of snow […]

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6 Things I Learned From Having a Kidney Stone

Kidney stones are a common occurrence—but one you’ll probably never forget! About 1 in 10 Americans will develop kidney stones in their lifetime, with men more prone than women. These stones cause over a half million emergency visits per year, but most people are simply sent home to pass them on their own. In my […]

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