Author Archives: Jen Keehn

The Facebook Marijuana Content Crackdown Controversy


If you’re in the legal marijuana business and you’re looking to use social media as an outlet to educate your audience, you might want to think again. Want to post something  to Facebook marijuana related? You might be out of luck. Earlier this year, the social media giant began a huge suppression on most companies […]

How To Use Marijuana Oil And Why Different From Hemp Oil


As the legalization of marijuana for both medical and recreational use continues to sweep the country by storm, the methods of using marijuana have definitely come a long way. Where smoking has long been the preferred method of consuming marijuana, it seems that, these days, people have quite a few more options. Marijuana oil has […]

Legalize Marijuana: Where Does Your State Stand?


The road to legalizing marijuana has been a long one and, over the years, has seen many twists, turns, detours and delays. As outdated marijuana policies begin to loosen, more and more states are seemingly becoming more open to the idea of legalizing marijuana (on a medical and/or recreational level). Pioneer states such as Colorado […]

What Causes Chronic Inflammation?


Inflammation is part of the body’s natural immune response. When you think of inflammation, images of a swollen stubbed toe might come to mind. This is known as acute inflammation and is actually something that is good for your body. In this case, the immune system is doing its job, and the body’s natural defense […]

How Rich Murphy Has Transformed Medical Marijuana in Florida

Rich Murphy

Earlier this August, Rich Murphy made history when he received one of Florida’s first therapeutic doses of cannabidiol spray. When Florida Governor Rick Scott signed Senate Bill 1030 (the “Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act of 2014”), Rich Murphy had no idea he’d be the first registered patient in Florida to receive legalized low-level tetrahydrocannabinol cannabis. Rich […]

How to Gracefully Embrace the Natural Aging Process

Aging Process

As the years continue to quickly slip by, one thing is certain: We’re all getting older. The aging process is natural. From the first few grey hairs to the fine lines that begin to appear, aging and the changes that are taking place in our bodies are all part of the progression of life. Aging […]

7 Ways to Maximize Your Emotional and Mental Health

Emotional and Mental Health

Our emotional and mental health and wellbeing are vital to living a balanced life. When our emotions are healthy and we’re in a positive mental state, it’s much easier to cope with the daily demands of life. Our mental state literally dictates the way we perceive the world around us. Maintaining positive mental health is […]

6 Causes of Reverse Seasonal Affective Disorder

Reverse Seasonal Affective Disorder

If you’re feeling the summertime blues, you’re not alone. We’re all familiar with the winter blues; it’s easy to get down when the days turn shorter and temperatures start to drop. Known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD), feeling depression in the winter months is a common occurrence. Did you know, however, that some people experience […]

How to Manage OCD Anxiety

OCD Anxiety

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illnesses there are. There are six major anxiety disorders that affect some 40 million people in the United States, and some sort of anxiety plagues roughly 20 percent of the population. Of the several anxiety disorders that can be found, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD anxiety) is one of […]

Understanding Alcohol Anxiety

Alcohol Anxiety

If you feel like you need to drink to feel more comfortable in social situations, you’re definitely not alone. Anxiety statistics show that some 15 million people in the US alone struggle with social anxiety with 20 percent of these people experiencing alcohol abuse. Anxiety and drinking alcohol go hand in hand…in more ways than […]