Natural Wellness – Sedalia

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We are currently living through anxiety provoking times. The coronavirus is the perfect recipe to turn even the most laid back and centered among us into worrying wrecks, imagining the most catastrophic (although unlikely) outcomes for ourselves and our loved ones. And that, dear friends, is the day-to-day life of someone living with anxiety. 8 of 10 Americans are affected by stress. To put this into perspective, that’s 79% of 327.16 million people. Chances are you’re
Last week we took our Ask the Expert column to the radio on KDRO 1490AM. Thanks to Charlie for helping me through! During the segment, I was asked a very good question that I didn’t feel I fully answered and I would like to take the opportunity now. The question was regarding the age of persons that CBD would be right for. Although current law states you must be 21 to purchase CBD products, the
Yes, we can get CBD for horses! Recently a regular customer who purchases CBD products for their dogs asked about the availability of CBD for horses. It turns out that not only is it available, but it is becoming commonplace in equestrian circles. While there are not many studies regarding CBD and horses, however, there is an increasing amount of research currently underway, most notably at Universities in Texas. Responses from horse owners currently using
Hello, it’s good to be back. There has been a lot going on since I last wrote anything and no matter how you perceive current issues there are a number of things we all have in common, namely things like stress, anxiety, and depression. Whether your concerns are work-related, child-related, or isolation related sudden unplanned major changes to your lifestyle can cause both mental and physical stress on your body. We’re all trying to deal
You can’t help but to have noticed that CBD products seem to be popping up available everywhere lately. As CBD becomes more widespread and more people recognize its many benefits, more and more locations are loading products onto their shelves in an effort to cash in. Retailers need to be responsible for not only selling a quality product but also being able to properly educate customers on the correct products for their specific condition and

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