Are you new to consuming cannabis A.K.A. marijuana? Do you want to improve your cannabis terminology? We have compiled a list of introduction words often used in dispensaries and in the stoner community when talking about cannabis products or consuming cannabis. ‘Gram, Eighth, Quarter, Half, Ounce’ First things first, it is important to know the … Read more
The smoke circle is a tradition passed down through generations that connects us all. This time old ritual starts with one very important element, the joint. For many stoners learning to roll a joint is a badge of honor on their path of cannabis discovery. But with so many ways to consume its easy for … Read more
Poz people have reached a place where, with medications, they can expect the same quality of life as everyone else. Even so, HIV medications are not a cure all. However the pills don’t reduce inflammation to the levels of the general population.
Also, someone with HIVs immune health isn’t as strong as others. So these problems and more have led many poz patients to take on HIV with cannabis to combat inflammation.
I started making plasma donations between student aid checks in college at 23 years old. The donations were my way of making additional income while focusing on my degree. Rarely enough for more than Taco Bell but the donations proved invaluable to me at the time. One week I used donation money to help pay for a trip to Denver I had made the weekend prior.
What would happen next would lead to me using cannabis to take on HIV for the first time.
For newly founded cannabis brands it can be difficult capturing high quality photos without a big production budget. So how can smaller marijuana brands compete with more well established companies? This guide will provide effective ways for brands to produce high quality photos with any smartphone or DSLR.
So keep in mind that it doesn’t matter what camera equipment you’re using, in 2020 good photos are easy to take. If you pair good photos with quality information and you have a recipe for success. So read on to become a master of the “Pot Shot”.