Canadian History of Marijuana

It’s no news that cannabis is deeply rooted in controversies. It has been the topic of debate for years. However, the faction that argues for the legalization of cannabis has won in not less than 10 countries worldwide, Canada inclusive.
In 2018, Canada became the first G7 country and the second country to legalize cannabis in the world, after Uruguay.
What prompted this trailblazing decision? Which events led up to this historic win for marijuana?
We’ll answer these questions and more in this article. Also, we’…

So Your Friend Got Too High On Cannabis; Here’s How to Help Them

Cannabis may have been legalized, but there is no denying the obvious: it gets you high. That fact has been the basis of any argument that categorizes cannabis as an illegal drug alongside cocaine and meth. However, due to plenty of studies over the decades, the lighter side of cannabis is displayed more.
With that being said, anyone is prone to consuming it irresponsibly, and the worst of it all, it is allowable similar to being intoxicated by alcohol. Although things seem to be fun at the stage of getting high, it definitely attracts trouble and judgment will be easily clouded.
If you have a friend getting high on cannabis…

5 Must-Read Books For Cannabis History Lovers

Are you a history buff and a cannabis user? Maybe you can go deeper on why you get the opportunity now to consume your favorite plant and reap its benefits. If that’s the case, here are 5 books about cannabis history that you must read:
“Cannabis: The Illegalization of Weed in America” by Box Brown
Box Brown provides detailed research on how weed became notorious in America to the point of illegalization. It also highlights the role of government propaganda and the undertakings of the black community.
“Sacred Bliss: A Spiritual History of Cannabis” by Mark S. Ferrara
The book focuses on the …

Tolerance Break

When you start to take in something, there will be a point where the feeling is less likable. You eat a delicious meal every day, and then, it will be just normal food for you. Taking medicines such as antibiotics more than usual will often lead to needing even higher dosages.
When consuming cannabis, you will immediately fall in love with its benefits. You’ll start making it a habit, but later on, you can observe that you are getting addicted. This forces you to need a higher dose since you felt that what you had “was not enough”.
It can’t be helped since the body is getting used to it and the ‘shock’ value that …