top of page

Cannabis & Sound Therapy

While the research surrounding sound theory is still being newly explored, the practice has gained traction as a healing modality amongst younger generations; and they may be on to something.

What is sound healing?

Sound healing has a rich history that dates back thousands of years (as far back as the Bronze Age) and across many different cultures/demographics (such as Egypt, Greece, Tibet, and the Himalayas to name a few). From ancient civilizations to modern society, the use of sound for healing and relaxation has probably always been a common practice.

The concept of sound healing as a means of therapy was first introduced to the scientific community in the year 1896. Sound therapy, would utilize a broad spectrum of sound frequencies and vibrations to promote physical, mental, and emotional well-being. This practice was based on the principle that the vibration created from specific sounds could harmonize with and influence the body’s predominantly liquid physiology. There have since been hundreds of scientific studies conducted on ‘Sound as Medicine’ for both humans and plant life.

Sound Bowls

One of the most popular forms of sound therapy is sound bowl healing. When a sound bowl is played, it emits a range of frequencies that resonate with different parts of the body, especially the chakras (for our spiritual CAMPers out there). The vibrations produced by the bowl are thought to help release tension, reduce stress, and restore the natural flow of energy in one’s body.

Sound bowls, also known as singing bowls or Tibetan bowls, are ancient instruments that produce a soothing sound when struck or rubbed with a mallet. These bowls are believed to have originated in the Himalayan region and have been used for centuries in spiritual practices such as meditation. While older bowls were typically made of bronze, brass, or even copper, more modern pieces made from the very resonant quartz crystal have gained traction amongst new age spiritualists.

Cannabis & Sound

Cannabis consumption can enhance the experience of receiving sound in many different ways. I’m sure we all know someone who listens to their favorite playlist while smoking their favorite strain or turns on their favorite show/movie. It’s often because sound preoccupies a still or elevated mind. Cannabis, known for its relaxing and euphoric effects, creates a heightened state of relaxation and openness to the healing vibrations of sound. The combination of cannabis and sound therapy can also help deepen the meditative state, allowing individuals to connect more intentionally with their healing experience while promoting a sense of peace and well-being.

Cannabis has also been reported to enhance sensory perception, including how we physically process sound. This enhanced sensory experience only amplifies the therapeutic benefit of sound therapy, leading to a more profound and transformative experience.

Sound therapy and sound bowl healing have a long-standing history as effective methods for promoting relaxation, balance, and well-being. When combined with cannabis consumption, the experience can be elevated to new heights, allowing individuals to tap into a deeper level of relaxation, sensory perception, and spiritual connection.

Blooms & Buds

Whether you’re completely new or experienced to this healing modality, join us Saturday, May 11th, 2024; we’ll be hosting Blooms & Buds: Mother’s Day Weekend on the Farm! After you’ve reached mental relaxation in our consumption friendly ‘Sesh Space’, enjoy a sound bowl healing session in nature. What’s better than spending quality time, while enjoying quality flower, and healing. This experience is one you don’t want to miss. Purchase your tickets here.

Written By

Nikila Williams

CAMP Marketing Manager

& Spiritual Aficionado


bottom of page