Let me introduce myself. My Name is Anmoldeep (Sunny), born and raised in Patiala, Punjab, India.
I have been active Individual since my childhood and played sports Volleyball and taekwondo during my school period. Due to injury during one game and accident from bike that caused injury in my lower back (specifically injured Quadratus Lumborum muscle, a continuation of transverse abdominal muscle), I had to leave my game professionally. I took physiotherapy sessions to recover myself physically. Today, I still have pain during the winter or when my back is overly stressed.
In the meantime, I completed my education in business studies and started working in the automobile industry as executive in 2016. I soon became Manager in the Marketing and Driving School department of Organization, where I have been teaching and providing educational seminars and lectures on Road Safety and Automobile knowledge in schools and colleges and various other fields such as Airforce stations, Traffic police, school drivers, First Aid community. Etc.
Due to my lifestyle changes after I started working in automobile industry, my health was affected a lot which, in return, was affecting my personal and personal life. I was active since childhood, so I started working out again with my physiotherapist guidance and started to study more about our body and nutrition in general and as my interest grew more, I opted for Personal Trainer and Sports Nutrition and supplementation certification.
After that, while practising more in nutrition, I started teaching nutrition through one of academy in India itself, where my interest began to grow more in plant medicine, which further lead me towards Ayurveda.
Blessed to be born and raised in India, always had people helping me around with various herbs and plant medicine. People to help me out with my profession and the plant which have been part of our history and culture and a crucial part of Ayurveda. It was looked down at and still having issues with legality.
My sister, who was already living in Canada, suggested me to visit and study more on this subject since it’s recreational legal here. I continued my research and studies in health informatics in Canada, and started working in cannabis retail and along with that I kept continuing my Training and Nutrition advice in various facilities and gyms in the Winnipeg. It helped me connect with people and gain more experience and deeper understanding about health and life in general.
Currently, I am working as a professional Level 4 Personal Trainer and Sports Nutrition and Supplementation Certified through ACE (American Council on Exercise) and EREPS (European register of exercise professionals) and have been practicing in industry since 2018.
I generally train hypertrophy 2-3 days a week and have been following Yogic lifestyle from past 3 years and continuing.
While practising in nutrition, I started teaching nutrition through one of academy in India itself, where my interest began to grow more in plant medicine which further led me towards Ayurveda. Plants are part of our history and culture and are an essential part of Ayurveda. In some ways, I used them for recreational and religious purposes, but when I began to study plants in particular, my respect for medicinal plants in general grew considerably.
I use blend of THC and CBD during nighttime and CBG when I am unable to sleep properly due to continuous pain in my lower back.
Cannabis as an edible has been part of the culture and tradition on Maha-Shivarati day since I was a child. I recently started smoking cannabis around 2019. I prefer both edibles and smoking, but it depends on the day which one I consume.
For my injuries I am having physiotherapy sessions on regular basis and continuing to practice my Yogic practices to keep my cortisol levels balanced. Sometimes, when I am working to much physically, to ease pain and to have undisturbed sleep due to pain, I go to Cannabis.
I do my Yogic practices daily and try to live life in a positive way for my mental health and well-being. Cannabis is a part of this in a way. During yoga practices with my clients, some of them use cannabis to aid them in concentrating at the tasks they’re performing. My practice is to learn more on how THC affects our brain and body, then I can help guide others on how to use cannabis more consciously to benefit themselves.
 Ayurveda is a natural system of medicine, originated in India more than 3,000 years ago and is one of the world’s oldest holistic (“whole-body”) healing systems. The term Ayurveda is derived from the Sanskrit words ayur (life) and veda (science or knowledge). Thus, Ayurveda translates to knowledge of life.
 Mahashivratri, “The Great Night of Shiva” is a night of special spiritual significance.