You have done your research. You have talked to your doctor. You may even have a medical marijuana card in your hand. Congratulations! You are officially ready to take the next step and head to your local dispensary, the general term used to refer to any location where a patient or consumer can legitimately and safely purchase and access cannabis.
For more than half a century, Americans have been told one mistruth after the other about marijuana. However, as the country is becoming more educated about cannabis, what it is, and how the plant can play a role in improving overall health and wellness, Americans’ understanding of marijuana is changing.
Legalization has been making a huge move in the right direction lately. More states than ever have decriminalized the use of medical marijuana, and around half a dozen have actually decriminalized the recreational use of cannabis as well.
Medical marijuana is one of the biggest topics in the medical world today, and it's also gaining more traction than ever when it comes to local elections. People are now beginning to vote for politicians who have pro-marijuana beliefs, and they're also voicing their opinion at pro-cannabis rallies.
Entities of commerce often make strange bedfellows. A great example of how marijuana’s intersection with the wider culture yields surprising synergies between products happened in Los Angeles over the weekend when Netflix, the streaming-TV media giant, opened a pop-up store at a local medical-marijuana dispensary to sell various strains of marijuana as a promotion specifically for one of its newest shows and for other Netflix shows. “Netflix and chill,” indeed.
Magic Mushrooms aren't always the easiest drug in the world to get hold of.
As a seasonal drug, Magic Mushrooms can be somewhat elusive for those who've never been hunting for them before. You only get a few chances in a given year to find them, and if you don't know somebody who can take you to a good spot there's a good chance you'll never actually find any.
Whether it's ethical or not, marijuana is still not legalized in the United States. This means that cannabis users, even those who use it for medical reasons, are not safe from arrest on a national level. Though it may be decriminalized in some states, the truth is that it only takes one wrong step to end up being in legal trouble.
So, I've been off the air, sorta, for a few weeks. My lovely wife, Debbie, has been feeling crappy. Possibly her hiatal hernia acting up bad, or gallstones. Still trying to find a specialist that doesn't change his/her mind every other day. At first, she went to the Dr's office thinking hernia. But one doc said it could be gallstones. But then, they sent her a form about putting in the "Bravo" pill in her esophagus to check for GERD. It's not GERD! There's no reflux! Friggin idiots trying to fish more money from the insurance company. They're supposed to be doing an ultrasound for the stones first! Not implant this Bravo pill in her esophagus and then have it removed 30 days later. Ignoramus!