If there’s one word you’ll never hear the emerging canna-industry use it’s “addiction.” Yet, to bring cannabis use into the mainstream and not talk about addiction is only telling half the story.
Going back to black: the challenges of navigating legal weed in a grey market.
I made the decision to start exploring new ways to consume cannabis because I wanted a substitute to tobacco. Turns out, there isn’t one, and searching for an alternative is a fool’s gold.
Maybe it’s possible for others to use cannabis as a balm while quitting tobacco, but for me, the two habits are so deeply intwined, trying to stop one but not the other is too confusing. That leaves cold turkey.
A few weeks ago I’d dreamt that a snake coming out of my nose confronted me in bed, leering at me with menacing eyes, and threatening to kill me. I woke up knowing I would die if I didn’t quit tobacco.
Looking for a cookie recipe that uses organic low carb ingredients, can be easily modified to suit your tastes, and goes great with cannabutter? Look no further my freaky friends!
This is a super easy recipe for Cannabis Hemp Heart Brownies, combining cannabis and cocoa, two of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. Warning: these brownies taste divine and are too easy to eat!
It’s not easy to get in shape when you have a digestive issue like IBS but it’s not impossible, it just means you have to work a little bit harder. The key is habit and mindset. Here are some tips to get you on track.
We’ve spent so many years obsessed with low fat everything and a zillion ways to lose weight, it’s no surprise that you think the first step to body transformation is eat less, but to get in shape, you must eat.
Technically, hemp hearts are a nut, and that’s why they have a nutty flavour. They add a creamy texture to any meal making them an ideal smoothie ingredient. I put them on everything!