Cannabis Women Lifestyle Approach

The myth of lazy stoner is vanished as women discover cannabis as an enhancement to physical activities, medical treatment, and mental health. 

In fact, many people are discovering that cannabis is actually safer than alcohol, and that it can effectively replace a gamut of pharmaceuticals – without all the harsh side effects.

The tremendous increase of medical marijuana research and the latest cannabis recreational legalization in Canada is a tremendous step forward in this direction.

It is our goal to foster a community of women who have a passion for improving their health experience by providing them with the right information.

We would like to help women like you who realize that cannabis is not the big, scary “gateway drug” we’ve been led to believe over the years.

We would provide you with information about the relief of medical conditions and mental disorders without all the drugs harsh side effects.

How cannabis helps increasing fitness exercise, libido and weight loss

How cannabis could improve your daily activities, creativity and well-being

Every person is different so we will help you to make the best choice and not to be overwhelmed with so many new terms and selections

We will provide you with an APP to be able to track the correct dose and effects in your health

Mitigate Risk

  1. Start low and go slow. Start with a very small amount, especially if you’re new to cannabis, trying a new product or using a new method of consumption.
  2. Consider higher CBD content in products. New users should opt for mild THC levels or choose products with higher CBD levels to counter some of the euphoric effects of THC.
  3. Try lower-risk alternatives other than combustion inhalation (smoking).  Holding cannabis smoke in your lungs during inhalation may increase the health risks.
  4. Consume a very small amount with edibles and wait at least an hour to gauge effects. A small amount can produce an intense effect.
  5. Avoid cannabis before the age of 25 as it may affect brain development.
  6. Never drive after or while consuming cannabis. Cannabis products containing THC will produce impairment in motor skills, cognition and decision-making abilities.
  7. Avoid consuming cannabis if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  8. Avoid consuming cannabis if you are at risk for mental health issues, such as having a family or personal history of psychosis or substance misuse.
  9. Avoid mixing cannabis and alcohol, as it increases impairment.
  10. Avoid mixing cannabis with tobacco, as it increases the health risks and the likelihood of dependency.
  11. Keep cannabis safely out of the reach of children and pets.
  12. Do not smoke cannabis with a child in the home. Second-hand smoke is a health risk.


Please note, that the information on iSenseLife is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical or legal advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Please seek advice from a qualified health care practitioner. All content contained on or available through iSenseLife or provided by our customer service team is for general information purposes only. iSenseLife will not be liable for any losses, injuries, or damages from use of this information. iSenseLife does not condone the use of cannabis except where permissible by law.