The pursuit of wellness should be an easy component of life, but in practice, we often find that’s not always case for those in most need of relief. While it’s good to have many care options available, the sheer abundance of them can make it hard to choose and determine which is the best selection for you. Yet, especially in the case of traditional pharmaceuticals compared to plant-based medicine, that decision is incredibly important. When deciding between plant-based medicine and pharmaceuticals, there are three main things to consider: what is the condition you’re looking to treat, what are the options available specific to that condition, and what is the best choice for your personal health? Answering these questions happens on a case-by-case basis, but being able to answer them comes down to being knowledgeable of the options available to you. Here, we will demystify the differences between plant-based medicine and pharmaceuticals to help you decide if one is better than the other for your needs. Additionally, we’ll build an understanding to see if plant-based medicine can be an effective complement to the medical care you already have in practice. After all, the journey to wellness is an ever-changing voyage that can always be approached with new methods to yield the results you’re looking for. If you’re excited to learn more, let’s begin.
What This Proud Partnership Means for the Cannabis Industry
It has been our longstanding mission to put people first, a mission we have gladly devoted ourselves to. We are firm believers in the positive influence that cannatherapy products can bring to our community in the form of enhanced wellness and prosperity. Seeing the impact cannatherapy has made on the lives of each of our customers is incredibly rewarding, and we are thrilled to continue serving that mission with an exciting new partnership between ZAR and the Texas LIVE! Arena in Arlington, Texas. If you’re not yet sure why this is something to get excited about, we're happy to explain and show exactly what this progressive partnership means for the cannabis industry in Texas. First, let’s cover what the Texas LIVE! Arena is, then let’s elaborate on how combining our values benefits you and our community at large.
We’ve all heard the stereotype of what cannabis products make a person feel like and how some dabbling with cannabis means you’ll have a date with the TV and the couch. Sure, there may be occasions when people use cannabis products to relax and want nothing more than to vegetate, but there’s plenty more to experience with your cannabis if you give it a chance.
Whether you’re experienced with cannatherapy or you’re newly considering its benefits, you’ve come to the right place to find relief. We are ZAR, and simply put, we provide not only products but people who are knowledgeable about them and who will work with you to mold your cannatherapy to your needs. When it comes to your health and wellness, why should you settle for anything less?
We at ZAR are proud to offer premium CBD products and an extensive array of cannatherapy products all designed around you. We believe in the power of cannatherapy, a belief rooted in our firsthand experience. Take a moment to learn who we are and, like us, feel empowered by what you’ll find.
How New Legislation Affects Your Access to Smokable Hemp Products
If you keep up on the news as it relates to the hemp industry, you know that the Texas Supreme Court just made a big decision in June of 2022 when it comes to smokable hemp. While there is a lot of uncertainty as to what exactly that decision was and what it means for the consumers who depend on hemp products for relief, we at ZAR have dug through the details to clear up the confusion. The good news is smokable hemp is still legal for sale and for use in Texas, even after changes in legislation related to smokable hemp. The not-so-good news is that the Texas Supreme Court has now banned the production of smokable hemp within the state of Texas. We’ll get into the specifics of the distinction shortly. All of this confusion and new legislation comes as a result of the Texas Supreme Court Case No. 21-1045. This case challenged a previous ruling that argued the due-course clause in the Texas Constitution protected smokable hemp production, which had previously been banned prior to 2019. So what really changed and how might this affect you? Let’s demystify this new Legislation.