A THC high is widely considered similar to that of the "runner's high" that long-distance runners feel well into their sets. 

In the world of running, nausea and pain are part of the daily grind whether you're completing your circuit as the sun is coming up or powering through it well after it went down.

And in a community that looks at not only dietary and supplemental intake, but how aerodynamic their attire is or how heavy their shoes are, you can bet that many a competitive runner is also looking to see how cannabis may help them.

The initial thought may be "no way," considering that the conventional approach of smoking increases pulmonary risks, but with tinctures and edibles and vaporizers, that initial concern is out the window.

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Tuck Clarry ~ Inlander.com

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