Bringing both style and wits to the marijuana industry, women pair perfectly with weed. From topics such as activism, reform to cultivation, and more, weed and women go together, together sparking creativity and insight, and bringing forth necessary change.
Found on South Pacific islands, Kava has acted as a sedative for islanders. Used in religious ceremonies and for medical treatment, Kava has a similar impact on brain waves the way certain medicinal sedatives like valium. It produces a calm feeling but decreases in potency over repeated use.
In 1968, John Lennon asked, “You say you want a revolution?” and nearly a half century later, eminent physicians and scientists have responded. Sanjay Gupta, MD, Chief Medical Correspondent for CNN, hosted a three-part series, including, “Weed 3: The Marijuana Revolution,” exploring the latest news on cannabis. In an Op Ed on CNN’s website he wrote, “We should legalize marijuana. We should do it nationally. And, we should do it now.” Jim Hendrix “kissed the sky” in the smoke filled Woodstock air, but now “times they are a changin'.”
Underground comix was a counter culture art form with a large cult following. Like a hall of mirrors, they distorted and exaggerated reality, turning the sublime into the ridiculous, the serious into absurdity, tickling the rib and poking an outrageous finger at social convention and humbug. The golden age of underground comix spawned artists like Gilbert Shelton and Robert Crumb, among others, with their unique and anarchic talents. Gilbert Shelton was the creator of Those Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers, a regular in comix. His perceptions of the 1960's and the future of counter culture movements, in his own words is both enlightening and fortuitous.
The smell of marijuana smoke is unmistakeable. Your first encounter with it may have been at your first concert or a party. If you’re a regular smoker, there’s probably been a time where you could smell weed smoke but couldn’t see the source. Which just goes to show the extent to which marijuana smoke can travel. There are still several anti-weed states in America and the stigma of marijuana is still strong. Furthermore, even in states with legalized marijuana, there are those who oppose the use of marijuana. As a result, neighbors and roommates may not approve of your smelly habit.