Many writers are known to be alcoholics, others drug addicts. So it only makes sense that quite a few are also potheads. But, there are tons of no-name writers who wrote their books while high.
Cannabis culture has an amazing way of finding new ways to upgrade your smoking experience, show off your cannaseur status, and just flaunt your personal style. Whether it's a nice grinder or a brand new smoke set, inventive potheads always can find ways to make smoking even better.
Once upon a time, there was an anti-cannabis propaganda film that was called Reefer Madness. As the name suggests, the entire film was about how marijuana smoking will turn you into a crazed lunatic who may end up killing people as a result of toking up.
Everyone has seen a film that makes them step back, and say "These guys had to be high while making this movie." But, the truth is usually far more mundane than that.
Vacations are wonderful, and it's hard to improve upon a day of sightseeing in exotic locations. Though it's hard, it's not impossible to make your vacation even better than usual - especially if you're a pothead.
Cannabis sativa or Indian hemp although indigenous to Central Asia may now be found in most parts of the world. A hardy marijuana plant flourishing under widely varying climatic conditions, although optimum growth requires a hot dry climate. It has long been used as a commercial crop and he oil extracted from the seed is used to make paint. The seed has been used as a constituent of bird food and also as a form of gruel in times of famine. For as long as medical history has been recorded, cannabis has been used for medicinal and religious purposes and as a euphoriant. With such a broad pedigree, descriptions and opinions have varied.
Like most things, not all rolling papers are created equal. There are a number of things to take into consideration. Flavor, chemicals, weight, manageability, all of these go into making a quality paper.
Stephen King used to smoke pot and drink beer while writing his horror classics, which would, in term, become classic horror movies. Some argue that a few of Stephen King's stories make more sense if you're drunk or high, and some would even argue that King's work declined in quality once he went sober.
The metal lifestyle is all about breaking the taboo, of indulgence and vivacity--so it only makes sense that stoner metal bands are so successful. While it may be hard to pin down stoner metal as a subgenre, it is easy to see what music is influenced by cannabis by reading up on the bands behind the scenes.
I am always amazed by the staggering statistics of the cannabis industry. As more states are legalizing medical and recreational marijuana sales and usage, I thought I would take a look at the latest statistics reported in the market.
In order to count as a psychedelic movie, a film must have an abundance of strange visuals, a simple story told in a complex way, and it has to hurt your head the first time you watch it. So without further ado, here is a list of the most psychedelic movies of all time.
Philo Fransworth didn’t know it at the time, but the years he spent avoiding electric shock have been very, very good to science fiction. Farnsworth--who came up with the rough idea of broadcast television technology when he was an appropriately gee-Whiz child of 14--died in 1971, largely uncompensated for inventing the medium that's simultaneously melted brains (hello, reality TV) and fueled them with creative fervor. Steven Spielberg's family bought a set in 1949; he credits it as being the single greatest artistic influence of his youth. A mandatory appointment in his household was Captain Video, a crude sci-fi series that may as well have used wadded-up paper for moon rocks.