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Mental Health

How To Manage Seasonal Affective Disorder With The Help Of Cannabis

Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, affects about 5% of adults in the U.S. and it typically lasts for around 40% of the year. Naturally, it is more common among women than men. Around the Great Lakes, cities report over half of the days each year are spent under heavy cloud cover. My doctor told me once that everyone living in this area should be taking extra Vitamin D because we don’t receive enough from the natural sunlight.

We know that cannabis can help alleviate anxiety and depression, but can cannabis help aid those suffering from SAD?

Rory McClain from Standard Wellness

Rory McClain from Standard Wellness

Today Amanda and Danielle are speaking with Rory McClain, Director of Sales for Standard Wellness in Ohio, Utah, and Missouri. Rory’s been in sales since graduating college, but has always felt passionate for the legalization and reform efforts regarding cannabis – so before joining Standard Wellness, he started his own CBD company! Eventually he partnered up with Standard Wellness and hasn’t looked back! He’s been a recreational user his whole life, but in a way, he says, he was also getting those therapeutic benefits of the plant as a rec user – but Rory believes wholeheartedly that cannabis is going to play a huge role in the opioid epidemic.