Can we stop hating on people who need a little extra help?
For myself, and many living with chronic conditions and/or disabilities, the word ‘can’ is not as simple as the ability to complete a single task
As a medical cannabis patient I use the plant in a variety of forms on a daily basis. Unlike the average prescription in Canada, cannabis patients are left to prepare and dose their own medicine.
Kine box is a subscription box that comes out quarterly and features exclusively Canadian cannabis accessories and apparel. The contents of each box are a mystery until release, which to me feels like adult version of the surprise bag (love it).
Chronic illnesses are like Pokemon, only you have no choice but to try and collect them all! Jokes aside, chronic conditions tend to run in packs, which requires people with them to make modifications to their daily routines. There is so much pressure…
The cannabis community has been buzzing about the Shatterizer, it seems everywhere I looked there was someone either using it or recommending it. In fact, it was recently nominated in the category of ‘Best Vaporizer’ award at O’Cannabiz…
I have always admired subscription boxes, to me they are the epitome of luxury. There is incredible indulgence in receiving a box of perfectly curated products. Imagine my excitement when I discovered a subscription box designed with the female cannabis consumer in mind!
I have a hard time committing to vaping, mostly because finding the perfect vape is an expensive game of trial and error. Searching for the perfect vape is kind of like finding the perfect hot beverage travel cup, you want a blend of functionality, personal preference, and the right mouth feel.
My story isn’t a unique one in the cannabis community – an everyday person comes down with a chronic illness, leading them down the path to a medical marijuana license. Almost every ‘respectable’ cannabis professional is, or knows, a medical patient who opened their minds to the validity and power in using cannabis as a tool for healing.
Whether it’s a friend, a lover, a family member, or simply a ‘concerned’ citizen, for some reason people feel it is acceptable to share their opinion on cannabis use. Coming out of the cannabis closet can be made all the more complicated with the added weight of these cannabis stigmas.