to Canada and US states where recreational cannabis is legal, and when
possible, avoid venturing into states that still criminalize weed.
political. Advocate for social consumption in Oregon where I currently reside.
Do my part to normalize the use of this plant for both medicinal and
recreational purposes by going public with my cannabis consumption and
continuing to write about my experiences
buy into the war on drugs culture by using the term marijuana (unless it’s part
of an organization’s official name).
Sativa and Indica from my vocabulary. Instead, seek out strains give me the
kind of experience I am seeking.
organic and sustainable. Don’t use any products if I don’t know the details
regarding where the particular cannabis or hemp is sourced.
out products made by women and POC. Avoid ventures that seem to be making a
small fortune without addressing those imprisoned for working in this industry
before cannabis was legalized.
more mindful of my vape pen and stop leaving it at parties. (That’s a sign I
may have gotten too stoned.)
toy time! With all the devices out there, I will continue sampling different
delivery devices in my search for new vaping and smoking experiences.
my skills as a cannabis chef. Experiment with new recipes and dosages to create
the meals that melt in my mouth and mellow my mood.
the munchies. Have healthy snacks on hand so I don’t get that feeling of regret
after downing that entire bag of gourmet popcorn cause I got really high ‘n’
Be productive on pot. Experiment to find those strains and products that keep me focused and mentally alert, so I can get more work done.
to experiment with topicals to see which products work best for my aching
joints. I have my favorites, and I make my own cream. But with CBD products
flooding the market, now’s the time to see which ones really do the job.
myself with CBD. Yes, a lot of the CBD products out there are more flash than
functional. No matter who nice the product looks or feels, I will NOT use any
CBD-hyped up product made with synthetic or low quality CBD or it contains way
too little CBD in order to do diddly, or uses some product like hempseed oil
that isn’t even CBD. But now is the time for me to sample the facial masks,
body scrubs, conditioners, bath salts, and other wellness products to see which
ones actually enable me to luxuriate into a ball of bliss.
Incorporate cannabis more into my workout
routine. Search out the more active strains and see how my workout improves
whether I’m hiking, cycling, kayaking, or having a session with my personal
trainer. Also, see if I have better results if I vape or take an edible. (For
some reason, I don’t like capsules or tinctures. But to each their own.)
I’m at it, incorporate cannabis into my meditation practice. What strains make
me particularly chill so I can really be still and contemplate (without going
to sleep of course).
how cannabis can help me sleep at night. When I get restless, what strains will
help me drift off into dreamland?