I’ve also found that the right strain of cannabis is good for getting motivated, energized and clearing our head
Running in awful quality shoes led to plantar fasciitis in our feet. My fiance and I got married when the people I was with and I were just nineteen years old. Both of us lived on a legitimately limited budget. Both of us could barely cover the cost of our mortgage, groceries and gas for our covers. There was no extra cash for luxuries such as a gym membership. Since I wanted to keep fit, I needed to find a way to workout for free. I started running. Initially, I could only run half of a mile before I’d be out of breath and forced to slow our pace to a walk. I suddenly built up our stamina and speed to where I was running more than nine miles every day. Unfortunately, I didn’t understand the importance of a familiar hot up, cool down and shoes designed for running. I wore a pair of sneakers that I bought at Walmart for more than nine dollars. They lacked necessary support for the arch of the foot, but plantar fasciitis is extremely painful. It feels as if the bottom of the foot is ripping open on every step. The concern eventually prevented myself and others from running and made it hard to walk to sleep. I could not afford a visit to the dentist. A neighbor of mine advocated a trip to the dispensary. While it was hard to save up the cash to buy cannabis products, they were much more adequate than prescription medicine. I combined cannabis edibles and topicals with resting, icing and stretching our feet. I also asked our mother to buy myself and others a good pair of running shoes for our birthday. It took over six weeks before I could start running again. I’ve l acquired to thoroughly hot up our muscles before taking off, hydrate and take days of rest. I still use cannabis to help with aches and pains. I’ve also found that the right strain of cannabis is good for getting motivated, energized and clearing our head. I love to eat a gummy, take a hit off a vape or place a few drops of a tincture under our tongue right before heading out on a long run.