There are some incredible people, companies, and movements out there that inspire and inform us every day.  We’d like to share them with you.  We’ll update our list as we discover new sources, and please let us know if you have a resource you’d like to share!

Publications and Media

PubMed: This is a service from the US National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health.  It is a great resource for biomedical literature, articles, and research papers.  If you have a medical research question (including cannabis-related) PubMed will have the citation.

PotNetwork:  The PotNetwork is a thorough source of financial updates, political news, and research for the cannabis industry.

Bulletproof:  We love the idea of “bio-hacking” your health and your brain.  Dave Asprey, the founder of Bulletproof Coffee has rocked our world with his well-researched products available at  We also love the Bulletproof podcast, where Dave interviews fellow bio-hackers about how to live your best life.  Who knew there were so many interesting things to try!!

Whole30: The Whole30 Diet is a great exercise in understanding what works for your body and what doesn’t.  Whole30 encourages you to cut out many foods that are irritants to your system, just for 30 days to see how you feel.  It changed our lives and forms the basis for how we eat now.  Biggest unknown irritant to our guts?  Grains and legumes.  Lifechanger. Grains may not be your issue, but we dare you to try Whole30 and not find something that is irritating your digestion and taking away from your health.

MindBodyGreen:  MBG has been dispensing healthy eating advice since 2009, and has grown to cover all the elements of a holistic healthy lifestyle.  We appreciate their research on food, eating plans, nutrients and how to stay ahead of the curve.

 Goods and Services

Thrive Online Market:  Thrive aims to be the Whole Foods of e-tailers, except cheaper.  They vet a nice selection of healthy, natural, ethical products so you can shop with confidence.  There is a yearly fee of $59.95, but you can try it for 30 days for free.  They are pretty good about showing you how much you have saved, and it adds up quickly, plus it’s super convenient.  No harm in trying it.  Use the time you save to fit in an extra meditation session or to go for a run.

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