Benefits of Medical CBD Oil and Where to Buy

There are many benefits of medical CBD oil. You should buy the oil from the best supplier such as Juju Royal CBD so that you can enjoy the health benefits of using the oil. The CBD oil is formulated to help you get rid of different health complications. There are several researches which have been carried out and they have proved the oil can play a great role in helping you enjoy good health. It can treat chronic pain among other health complications. Here are some of the health benefits of CBD oil.

Natural pain relief

If you suffer from pain and inflammation, you can rely on the oil for you to enjoy good health. It has non psychoactive compounds which can interact with the body and lower pain. There are some health complications such as arthritis which can expose you to a lot of pain. You can manage the pain through application of CBD oil.

Epilepsy and other mental health disorders

There are several mental disorders which can affect the quality of your life. For example, epilepsy can make your life very hard. You can easily manage the condition through application of the oil. There are several people who have tried the oil and it has proved it can help in treating epilepsy to a great extent. Research is still ongoing where the oil can be applied to treat several other mental disorders.

Helps fight cancer

Studies have proved that CBD oil possesses an anti-cancer agent. You can apply the oil to get rid of different health complications related to cancer or even stop the onset of cancer. Cancer is among the diseases which have claimed lives of many people. You can use the oil to manage cancer. It reacts to the body in a unique way where it helps you get rid of the cause of cancer in your body.

Treating Anxiety disorders

People who suffer from chronic anxiety are advised to avoid cannabis due to its THC content which can trigger paranoia. But, you can use CBD oil to treat anxiety. It has active ingredients to help parents in overcoming anxiety disorders. It can be used to treat the disorder in people who suffer from anxiety-related cases such as post-traumatic stress disorder, general anxiety disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Type 1 diabetes

The condition is brought about when the immune system attacks cells in the pancreas. From research, it has been noted that CBD oil can ease the inflammation in the pancreas hence help in managing the health complication.

Acne treatment

Acne is brought about by overworked and inflamed sebaceous glands. Study has shown that you can get rid of acne through use of CBD oil. The oil is active in helping you lower the production of sebum which contributes towards helping you in getting rid of acne.

Where you can buy medical CBD oil

You can buy the CBD oil at Juju Royal CBD. The store has genuine CBD oil for you to enjoy value for money. The shipping is done fast and customer support is reliable.

Planning for a trek to Machu Picchu 

 Machu Picchu TrekIf you are searching for an adventure tour, you can consider a trek to Machu Picchu. The adventure tour to Machu Picchu will provide the thrill of a lifetime whose memories you will hold onto for years to come. This region in Peru has ancient ruins and traditions that one needs to experience. The main adventure lies in the jungle in this area. Many adventure tour planners conduct tours here, and you need such assistance to enjoy all the thrill and excitement under the guided expertise.

There are adventure tours to Machu Picchu, which highlight the Inca trail. Your trek to Machu Picchu could include wanderings through the Cusco markets, which have the traditional items of the region on display and for trade. There are adventure tours that take one through the Amazon rainforest as well. There are different levels of adventure tours arranged too. It depends on the level of adventure and excitement that the travelers and visitors are looking for. As per the interests of trekkers and adventure lovers, there are different levels of tours
available among different local tour operators.

If you are looking at an adventure tour to Machu Picchu, but unwilling to do it all on foot, you can make the same journey by train. There are Peru tours that cover not only a trek Machu Picchu but also tours that reveal the dramatic Inca ruins or takes you by the villages of the Inca descendants in nearby areas. There are tours for nature lovers as well. You can explore the exotic fauna of this region and those found in the rainforest. Many a trek covers the snow-capped mountains in the region to Machu Picchu.

The historical states of Peru attract many tourists and trek to Machu Picchu and other places are sought out by such visitors. The target of many travelers to Peru is an adventure tour to Machu Picchu. Such tours are part of the adventure tour conducted in Peru. The trek to Machu Picchu has special significance for many reasons. Many visitors wish to see the lost city of the Incas for which they undertake adventure tour to Machu Picchu. The city is known for its rich natural surroundings. That makes it an exotic and ideal destination. Thus, many tours and travel operators arrange for a trek to Machu Picchu. Thus, most of the adventure tours in Peru are centered on an adventure tour to Machu Picchu.

Peru is known to have rich and natural landscapes. The visitors to this land can discover the
Amazon rainforest. They can trek through the jungles and even witness the snow-capped mountains of the Andes. There are northern beaches close to Machu Picchu where visitors can enjoy surfing. Various natural and adventure activities are available here. Even the highest lake in the world is located in this region.

There are travel agencies which have special packages tailored to give the visitors a taste of adventure and the thrill of exploring unknown regions and challenging terrains.
If you are looking for an exciting and a holiday full of fun and adventure you need not look very far. Peru travel and tourism packages are centered on such tourist experiences. For those who have an interest in archaeology will surely want to visit Peru to discover its rich history and to witness the ruins of the most ancient civilization of the world. The Inca trail adventure tours are well
known and not without reason.

Simplify Business Storytelling In 3 Easy Steps

Even without a major overhaul, there are small modifications that you can make to how you plan stories for business presentations — that yield big results.

How can you successfully communicate your business storytelling? Don’t do it the same-old-same-old way. Instead of locking your door and concealing yourself deep in your computer, take a fresh approach.

Use these three tactics to step away from your desk and into a new zone for creativity.

Step Away From Your Computer

If you’re in the habit of hammering out a presentation — at your keyboard, this could be the problem. It’s just too hard to simplify thinking when you use a keyboard to capture your thoughts.

The tendency many professionals have is to build a presentation directly into the slides. This usually results in too many ideas, too much data, and too many slides.

Since your goal is to do more with less, the first thing is to step away from your computer.

Instead of pounding the keyboard, pick up a pencil. Start sketching your thoughts and ideas. it brings us to the next tip.

Gather ‘Round The Kitchen Table

In many top creative organizations, people gather around one big table. The table is filled with sketches, notes, pictures, and scraps of paper. Also, prototypes, models, and samples are on the table.The idea of gathering colleagues around a central table is simple: it’s easier to share ideas in an informal setting.

Encourage doodling, sketching and open brainstorming. No ideas are ‘stupid’ while this discussion is going on. Keep an open mind during a lively dialogue. Welcome all suggestions and a remarkably creative process is sure to unfold.

Now, it’s time to do the critical step:

Notice What Emerges

Usually, after animated discussion, a certain concept or sketch captures the attention of the group. it is important to notice and run with. Stop trying to push one idea or rescue a concept that should be tossed. Instead, go with the idea that has a natural momentum.

If you aren’t sure what idea is bubbling to the surface, take a break. Walk away from the table. Go outside and encourage others to do the same. Often after a period of incubation, one sketch or story rises to the top. This practice of stepping away from your computer, brainstorming with colleagues, and allowing a natural winner to the surface will transform how you develop business presentations. In a short time, coworkers will jump at the chance to do this collaborative problem-solving.
As one of my very successful clients puts it: “None of us is as good as all of us.” The people you work with have a wealth of creativity, experience, and insight. Use your team’s brainpower to create powerful presentation stories. If you want to capture attention, structure your story to match your audience. Whether connecting with existing clients, generating leads, or selling to customers, simple visual storytelling wins top results.

Be Linear

If you are telling a story, then it ideally needs to have a beginning, a center point and an end as with all good narratives. Open strong to establish your storyline, set up your character’s problem in the middle, and ensure that you come to a solution at the end. Our friends at Movers and Shakers out of Brooklyn New York have made a position for this. They have worked on creative campaigns with many Fortune 100 companies & have a large portfolio of clients. All were successfully services using these details of storytelling.

STUB STEWART CABIN CAMPING: AWESOME!!

Though most everyone was prepared for massive monsoon downpours for our camping trip last weekend, the weather cooperated nicely for a relatively dry ride out to Stub Stewart and a beautiful ride back. Our 5 cabins were perfect, and a good time was had by all.

(rainbows in the Cycle Wild future:)

Peter Rhodes, one of our trip participants, wrote a nice report of the ride. If you’re wondering what a winter cabin camping trip with Cycle Wild is like, he gives a good sense of it: check it out here.

(Peter on his way out Sunday morning)

I have a few more pictures here, and you can find some by the venerable Shawn Granton here. If anyone else has anything to contribute, please feel free to post them in the comments.

Thanks for coming, everyone! Nothing like a trip to some cozy, heated cabins to shake up the normal winter routine. Stay tuned for more Cycle Wild happenings after the new year!

WINTER CABIN CAMPING: STUB STEWART STATE PARK, DECEMBER 6-7

(Spoiler: this trip requires you to register. You can do that here.)

Winter doesn’t have to mean the end of your camping season! Join Cycle Wild on December 6th and 7th for some hearty winter camping at Stub Stewart State Park. Yes, we will be staying in cabins, so you can look forward to a dry roof over your head at the end of the ride.

This is a great ride for people curious about camping in the off-season. Since we’ll be staying in cabins, it’s an excellent introduction to the logistics of a colder trip, without having to worry about being wet all night — no tent required, though you will need to bring your own bedding.

The route is also beginner-friendly, clocking in around 21 miles one way, with half of that spent on the lovely and car-free Banks-Vernonia Trail. We’ll have experienced leaders in both the front and back with a no-biker-left-behind policy, and we will stop to regroup if necessary. Once we get there, Stub Stewart State Park has hiking trails, biking trails, and disc golf, if you’re into winter hiking, biking, or disc golf. Or relax in our warm and cozy cabins with the other awesome people sure to come with us.

Cabins sleep five and we have three of them reserved. Likely we will designate one as the stay-up-late cabin and one as the get-up-early cabin, just to make sure everyone’s happy:)

This trip costs $15 to cover the price of the cabins. And as there are only a certain number of beds, registration is required–register here. We’ll have a wait list if more people are interested than the number of spots available.

You are responsible for your own food, cookware, sleeping bag, toiletries, and anything else you could possibly want. And if you have a fun board game, bring that too:) As always, you can find suggested packing lists on our site, or contact us. Your fearless ride leaders (all three of them!) Are Ed Groth, Ryan Good, and Stasia Honnold, and we’re happy to answer any questions you have. We’ll give out more details to registered riders closer to the date of the trip.

Escape your normal life for a weekend and come join us for a cozy time in the wintery woods!

COLUMBIA GORGE MINI-TOUR, SEPTEMBER 19-21

*Please note, the original post had incorrect days listed in the description. This trip is Friday through Sunday.*

Let’s explore this gorgeous local treasure together! Come with us on a 3-day, 2-night trip along both sides of the Columbia River.
Friday we’ll ride eastbound on the Washington side – 60 miles with about 3800′ of elevation gain. We’ll stay in the beautiful Home Valley campground, very near the Columbia River Gorge. We’ll also be very near Stevenson, Washington, with Walking Man Brewing and other restaurants. Saturday we ride over the Bridge of the Gods, into Cascade Locks and then east to Viento State Park – 34 miles with 6000′ of climbing. Sunday we’ll ride back to Portland (or the MAX in Gresham) along the Historic Columbia River Highway for 67 miles (or 56 to the MAX).

This is an intermediate rated trip due to the distance on days 1 and 3, and the amount of climbing on day 2. There will be lots of places to eat and/or buy groceries along the way.

The estimated cost for camping and firewood both nights is $20. (Extra money can be refunded to campers at the end of the trip, or contributed to the campsite reservation fund.) Our start location will be e-mailed to folks who register via Eventbrite. If you are unable to payonline using PayPal, please contact the leaders and we’ll figure something out.

A final note: Cycle Wild discourages the use of personal automobiles for all our trips. This is especially true since we will be staying in a hiker/biker site, and we should respect that campsite’s intended use for people arriving by bike or foot. Please help us respect this use and our purpose by riding/taking public transit for this and all our trips.

 

LABOR DAY TRIP TO CAPE LOOKOUT (VIA NESTUCCA) – AUG 30 – SEPT 1

We are again going to Cape Lookout State Park for Labor Day! Cape Lookout has a really fantastic hiker/biker site, just a few yards from the ocean. There is lots to explore along the beach, and a hiking trail that goes up to Cape Lookout itself. We will ride out Saturday, August 30th, spend Sunday as a rest day at camp, and ride back Monday, September 1st.

Cycle Wild is leading a group via Nestucca River Road. This is an advanced trip–one-way mileage is 85 miles with 5000′ of elevation gain. But in return, you get a beautiful route that runs along the Nestucca River, with almost no cars for nearly 50 miles! Register for this trip here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cape-lookout-labor-day-camping-via-nestucca-tickets-12621149197

The hiker/biker site has potable water and a nearby port-a-potty, and the nearby regular camping loop has hot showers and flush toilets. Camping is $5/person, payable upon arrival. Firewood is also for sale–bring a few dollars cash to pitch in for a group fire.

Highway 6: Folks are welcome to join us at Cape Lookout’s hiker/biker campsite by riding out Highway 6. We will provide you with a route, but there is no leader for the Highway 6 route, and all riders taking this route are responsible for themselves. This is still an intermediate route, with one-way mileage of 70 miles with 2800′ of elevation gain. Another option folks could try is taking the Tillamook Wave bus out to Tillamook, and riding the last 12 miles to camp. Please note: the Wave does not run on Labor Day, so you will still have to ride your bike home.

If you will be joining us at camp via Hwy 6 or the Wave, please do not use Eventbrite to register. This is only for people riding the Nestucca River route.

A final note: Cycle Wild discourages the use of personal automobiles for all our trips. This is especially true since we will be staying in a hiker/biker site, and we should respect that campsite’s intended use for people arriving by bike or foot. Please help us respect this use and our purpose by riding/taking public transit for this and all our trips.

AUGUST 16TH-17TH PRIMITIVE BIKE CAMPING

REGISTER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/primitive-hike-and-bike-camping-exploration-trip-tickets-12413098913

 

We’re going camping and riding gravel roads in the Mt. Hood National Forest!

This is an exploration trip, we’re going to scout out a neat place to camp somewhere near Zigzag.

Interested in bikepacking but a bit overwhelmed by the idea? Now’s your perfect chance to try it out. Although fatter tires and lighter gear will be nice, it’s not required.

Please keep in mind dispersed camping means there are no pit toilets, no showers, and no electrical outlets. This is really roughing it, but with an easy out back to an established campground if things get dicey for anyone.

The ride will be about 45 miles with 3,800ft of climbing
Dates: Saturday, August 16th through Sunday, August 17th
Departure Time: Arrive by 8:00 AM, Leaving 8:30AM SHARP
Departure location:Gresham (registered riders will recieve start location)
Arrival back in Gresham: late evening Sunday

 

PANTHER CREEK, WA CAMPING – AUGUST 2ND-3RD

 

Join Cycle Wild at Panther Creek Campground, in Washington’s Gifford Pinchot National Forest! The campground is beautifully forested, and located directly along Panther Creek.

Our route will take us along the Historic Columbia River Highway, including the new piece of trail, out to Cascade Locks. We’ll then cross the Bridge of the Gods to the Washington side of the river and continue to ride on a beautiful 6 mile stretch of Hwy 14, through Stevenson (where we’ll stop for a pint and snacks at Walking Man Brewing, either out or back or both). We’ll then leave the highway and travel through Carson and up 8 miles into Gifford Pinchot to our campground.

The one-way mileage for this trip is 49 miles, with around 3,000′ of total elevation gain. Because of the mileage, this will be an intermediate to advanced trip.

For those feeling spunky, we can ride an additional 7 miles up NF-65 to the ah-mazing Panther Creek Falls.

Our starting location will be given out to folks who register via Eventbrite. If you are unable to pay online using PayPal, please contact the leaders, and we’ll figure something out.

The leaders for this ride are Erinne Goodell and Kirk Paulsen. We’re happy to answer any questions about the trip!

MIDWEEK CAMPING: COLD CREEK CG (YACOLT BURN SF), TUES 1 JULY-WED 2 JULY

Please note: This trip is NOT a Cycle Wild trip, but one led by our friends over at the Urban Adventure League. This one is definitely an “advanced” level excursion, due to the distance/elevation change to be encountered, gravel roads, and campgrounds with lack of services.

This is a two day, one night trip, from Tuesday July 1 to Wednesday July 2. It would involve scraping the very west edge of Gifford Pinchot National Forest. The proposed campsite is Cold Creek in the Yacolt Burn State Forest (Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR)), back-up locations would be Sunset campground in Gifford (USFS), or Rock Creek (Yacolt Burn SF-Wash DNR). The DNR stuff is free, you have to pay for Sunset (but Ron is there, of course.) Neither offer water (filter it!) or firewood (bring a hatchet), but they will both be rustic. And the East Fork Lewis River is the hidden gem of the area. It’s not the Clackamas River, but still something to see.
The return on Wednesday will be via “the hard way” through Yacolt Burn State Forest into Camas. This routing uses some gravel, which may be rough, but this route is less steep than the mostly paved option. And we’d see the Washougal River on the return.
Going up to Cold Creek via Battle Ground means an easier day the first day to warm up, then the next day starts with about a 1,000 foot climb then a nice descent back down towards sea level.
Here is the proposed routing to Cold Creek.
And the proposed return routing.
Proposed departure on Tuesday is 10 am.
If you are interested in going, please get in touch with the Urban Adventure League:
urbanadventureleague@gmail.com
Please note: This is NOT a Cycle Wild trip.

MIDWEEK PEDALPALOOZA CAMPING: OXBOW, 17-18 JUNE

Hello folks! I’m leading another midweek camping trip during Pedalpalooza this year. It’s to Oxbow Park on the Sandy River on Tuesday June 17th. I’m limiting the trip to 15 people for now. This ride is ideal for those of us who don’t have a typical Mon-Fri 9-5 schedule, but the short distance of the ride (around 10 miles) means that even those that do work “regular hours” could make it out after work on Tuesday and get into work on/near time on Wednesday. To note: I don’t need to be back to Portland until later afternoon, so those who don’t need to rush don’t have to!

Here’s the deets:

Tuesday June 17
MIDWEEK BIKE CAMPING (S240) TO OXBOW
TBA (Meeting at a Gresham MAX stop, you will get full details when you register)
5:00pm meetup, Depart MAX at 5:30pm, return to PDX late morning

Whether you’re “funemployed” or can get off work a little early, a quick little weekday camping excursion is a lot of fun. A 10 mile ride (approx.) from the MAX in Gresham to Oxbow on the Sandy. Moderate traffic/terrain. We should get there before dark, but remember bike lights. You can probably make it to work on time Wednesday! Campsites $22/night, divvied up appropriately. Bring all the things you would need for an overnight camping trip. Previous bike camping experience recommended. Grocery stop in Gresham. Limited to 15 people, register here: http://oxbowjune2014s24o.eventbrite.com/

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL CYCLE WILD EVENT.

STUB STEWART CAMPING – PEDALPALOOZA EDITION – JUNE 14-15

Join Cycle Wild June 14th and 15th on our next bike camping trip to Stub Stewart State Park! This is a great trip for beginner and experienced bike campers alike–one of the ride leaders will even be bringing her adorable dog. The one-way mileage is only around 21 miles–half on low-car country roads, and half on the beautiful Banks-Vernonia Trail. This will be a no-drop trip, so we will have an experienced rider in the back to make sure no one breaks down or gets lost, and we will stop periodically to regroup.

Stub Stewart State Park has miles of trails for both hiking and mountain biking, as well as a disc golf course (at least a couple of us will definitely play a round for fun, so pack your disc!).

We’ll be camping at the Brooke Creek walk-in campground. Eventbrite registration is required – register here. The cost per person is $10 plus fees, which covers our reserved campsite costs, as well as firewood. Campers are responsible for their own food and cookware, tent or hammock, and other camping supplies. Check out our sample packing list and other resources on this site. And don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions.

We will provide more details about the trip to those signed up closer to the trip date.

Your fearless leaders for this trip are Erinne Goodell and Ryan Good. Hope you can join us!