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.
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.
Can cannabis present us with a chance to end the stigma of addiction?
Find something you love and let it kill you is a cool meme unless you’re talking about tobacco, which kills more than 7 million people a year.
The links between cannabis and schizophrenia has been a hot-button topic for 80 years. The evidence is thin and tenuous but the fear is very real.
Cannabis softens the blow of remembered pain, tracing its path back to abstract sources.