Cannabis and Yoga

Cannabis and yoga are both natural stress relievers that help you calm down and unwind.

Increase your relaxation during yoga and strengthen your practice with CBD and THC products.

If you want to relax, improve your physical well-being, and bring balance to your body, cannabis and yoga can help. Both provide comprehensive wellness benefits and alter your state of consciousness for the better.

Since their purposes align, why not combine them? By pairing cannabis and yoga, you can maximize the benefits of each.

What is Yoga?

Yoga is a physical and spiritual practice that originated in ancient India. It involves breathing exercises and poses called asanas. With the potential to help you find balance, enhance your comprehensive wellness, and increase your flexibility, it’s become extremely popular among those seeking natural wellness solutions.

As it’s traditionally practiced, there are countless forms of yoga. There are also many new forms, including hot yoga, nude yoga, and yoga with cute animals. If you can do yoga with goats, you can do it with cannabis!

Cannabis and Yoga Are a Popular Combination

Cannabis and yoga have a long history of being combined. However, only recently a trend emerged of yoga studios offering cannabis yoga classes.

Greenlove Wellness has been offering Light & Lit yoga classes for a few years now. Founder Lucy Rose believes that using cannabis during yoga leads to more rewarding and mindful practice.

“Combining cannabis and yoga allows you to have a greater mind-body-spirit connection, connecting to yourself at a deeper level,” Rose explains. “Plant medicine allows you to drop into the present moment easier, while becoming more aware of what your body needs at that time.”

CBD and Yoga

Breathe in, breathe out. CBD has natural stress-relieving properties that quiet your mind so you can focus more effectively on your practice.

CBD activates the 5-HT1a receptor, a kind of serotonin receptor associated with stress-reducing effects. Current research also suggests that CBD prevents enzymes from breaking down endocannabinoids, which play an integral role in regulating stress and balance.

By helping you relax, CBD deepens the sense of calm and balance you get from yoga, enhancing your practice.

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CBD Drops provide soothing benefits before your yoga session, and support recovery after.

THC and Yoga

In addition to its mood-boosting psychoactive effects, THC also has stress-reducing properties.  Yogis praise the ability of THC to uplift your mindset, heightening your euphoria.

THC interacts directly with the endocannabinoid system, binding to both CB1 and CB2 receptors. Since it binds with both receptors, THC has a wide range of effects, providing comprehensive wellness benefits.

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Its psychoactive effects are especially meaningful when it comes to tuning into your practice, helping you focus on your movements and how your body is feeling.

Best Yoga Practices to Pair with Cannabis

There are countless cannabis products and yoga practices. Some pair together better than others. Be mindful about what practices and products you’re combining.

“I’ve found that the most insightful practices I’ve had are while mindfully utilizing cannabis in my yoga practice,” Rose says.

Try using a cannabis product that has a good balance of cannabinoids, like a full-spectrum CBD oil. If you’re using a THC product, try CBD gummies with THC or a THC seltzer with CBD so that your high is more soothing and balanced.

If you’re under the influence of THC, don’t try any yoga poses that may get you hurt. Try slower, less risky movements, like a basic sun salutation. Anything that focuses on balance and stretching will feel really good.

Also try meditative poses that you hold for a long time. These will help you capitalize on the relaxation you’re feeling from the cannabis product.

Cannabis for Post-Yoga Recovery

After leaving a yoga session, you’ll feel balanced, centered, and relaxed. Sometimes, though, you’ll also feel a little sore.

Recover quickly after yoga with CBD topicals, which provide immediate, targeted relief for aches and pains. With natural analgesic ingredients and high-quality cannabinoids, CBD topicals will soon have you feeling light and limber for your next yoga session.

Crescent Canna Hemp Products for Yoga

Crescent Canna offers a variety of cannabis products made with high-quality cannabinoids and natural ingredients. Try our THC edibles and CBD gummies for deeper relaxation and enjoyment during yoga sessions and our CBD Freeze Roller or CBD Recovery Cream for quicker recovery afterward.

You can use our cannabis products at yoga sessions across the country. Crescent Canna products are federally legal, third-party lab-tested for quality and purity, and officially registered with the Louisiana Department of Health.

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WARNING: Keep THC products out of the reach of children and animals. THC products are for purchase and use only by persons 21 or older. Do not use THC products if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Consuming THC products will impair your ability to drive and operate machinery. THC products may cause anxiety, confusion, headaches, and other adverse effects. Consult with a doctor before using any THC products if you are taking medication or if you have a health condition. Do not use THC, CBD, or any other hemp products if you are subject to drug testing. State restrictions and prohibitions may apply. Check your local laws before purchase.

Helen Lewis

Helen Lewis

Helen Lewis is the Senior Marketing Manager at Crescent Canna. She specializes in writing about cannabis, with a focus on its health benefits. She graduated from Tulane University with a B.A. in English.


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