Weed To Help You Through Your Workday

The daily grind, even before COVID-19 was stressful. Perhaps you’re juggling multiple tasks, gigs or just trying to get through your day. The good news is, cannabis can help. It’s not a panacea nor is it a cure, but it can be an aid for anxiety and relief. Here are some tips for making the most out of cannabis in your daily routine. Many of the options listed below will work for relief without compromising your mental faculties*.


    • Add a dropper of Fairwinds 20:1 CBD ratio to your morning smoothie! With a micro-serving of THC to optimize effects, this ratio is non-intoxicating by design.
    • More of a coffee or tea person? Green Revolution’s Relief 250 tincture blends well with drinks or tastes just as great administered sublingually. Green Revolution tinctures are water-based and water-soluble, so they dissolve instantly into any beverage.
    • Lunchtime and feeling overwhelmed? Fairwinds PTSFree capsules will help. Although this ratio may produce a mild psychoactive effect for very sensitive individuals, the overall experience is comforting.


  • Need a smoke break? Dockside offers an assortment of CBD cannabis strains and consumption options to choose from. Puffin Farm’s high CBD strain DanceHall is available as flower or a concentrate. Strains high in CBD will help you unwind, ideal for moments where you need to relax and ease aches yet don’t want to sacrifice your mental function.
  • End of the day jitters? Happy Hours are all but extinct but infused beverages are great for taking the edge off. Consider Wild Side’s Lemon Ginger Bliss CBD drink to unwind after a long day.



Although all of these recommendations have very low THC content, if you feel like you are hyper-sensitive to the effects of THC, you may want to test out these products outside of work hours.

If feelings of anxiety and/or negative thoughts are constant, we recommend seeing your doctor for professional medical advice. The above suggestions are based on anecdotal evidence as professional medical research is limited at this time.

*Note, Dockside does not condone getting high at work.