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. Find out why.
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.
Addiction doesn’t have to be a survival strategy that results in self-destruction, at least not when cannabis is the drug of choice. Cannabis may even present us with a chance to end the stigma of addiction?
The links between cannabis and schizophrenia has been a hot-button topic for 80 years. The evidence is thin and tenuous but the fear people have is very real. Is the link real, or just a manipulation of the facts?
Cannabis softens the blow of remembered pain enough to trace its path back to abstract sources, and follow its patterns through the course of a life. That’s how I learned to treat my depression with cannabis.