Using marijuana to cope with Daylight Savings Time

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Rolling back the clocks can take its toll on the body – marijuana can help

In case anyone showed up late for work today, blame it on daylight savings time (DST). Clocks were rolled back an hour yesterday in an annual event that can take its toll on the body, both physically and psychologically. A number of studies have indicated that DST spells bad news for everyone’s health, but, fortunately, there is a way to deal with it. Certain strains of marijuana can help make the transition easier.

For anyone who stresses over the time change, Afghan Kush’s almost hypnotic attributes will help ease anxiety and allow users to approach DST more calmly. With an added benefit of being able to ease aches and pains, it’s a perfect way to wind back the clocks, and wind down the body.

God’s Gift is a combination of Granddaddy Purple and OG Kush. It has a high content of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which will make dreams more lively, while allowing you to get a good night’s rest.

Super Silver Haze is a Sativa-dominant strain that results in a clear head and less mental fogginess after the time change. It is purported to be an excellent alternative to revving up the engines while the body adjusts itself.

Girl Scout Cookies is another option that helps to recharge the batteries and jumpstart the creative juices. It is a sweet strain that will calm the mind and helps the user relax.

Sometimes, a little pick-me-up is just what’s needed and marijuana can provide it. There are a number of possibilities that can be consumed that won’t lead to the user becoming too high or dysfunctional. Especially in high-stress situations, it can be the perfect answer to help individuals remain productive and focused.