FREE! Shareable Files
Sharing knowledge about the Endocannabinoid System (ECS)
We want to make information about the ECS as wide-spread as possible. Click the link below to download* an 8.5x11" size PDF summary of this page that you can print and share with friends and family.
This is also a great resource to take to your doctor to begin a conversation about cannabis medicine.
*No part of this PDF may be altered, recreated, or separated without our express written permission. This way of talking about the ECS and cannabis is completely unique to Hempsley, and we work hard to always create original content. If you are interested in partnering with us for informational materials to promote your company or products, please get in touch with us here.
How to: Give yourself a full body massage
Did you know that massage can increase your own endocannabinoid levels by 168%? And your body doesn’t know the difference between someone else massaging it and yourself massaging it! Download our free instructions on how to give yourself a massage and support your endocannabinoid system.
*No part of this PDF may be altered, recreated, or separated without our express written permission. If you are interested in partnering with us for informational materials to promote your company or products, please get in touch with us here.
Tools & Trackers
We understand that finding a cannabis product that works best for you can be a daunting task, so we've put together some free tools to help make the process a little easier for you.
These trackers are designed to help you learn what to pay attention to when using cannabis, and the data you collect can serve as a reference point when you try new products in the future.
These are the trackers we wish we had when we first started using cannabis, and what we use now when we're trying to analyze a new product for the first time. Now you can download and print them via the links below — we hope that you find them useful!
Great for familiarizing yourself with various types of products
Great for tracking and comparing how a particular product makes you feel over time