About a year ago, I was talking to the guy behind herbclub.org and one of his supportive friends, Herbies, about how they came to build a site dedicated to connecting cannabis enthusiasts and he mentioned his personal experiences with cannabis as medicine in the treatment of your brain injury.
It’s all too easy to take our lives for granted. Many of us live our lives in a perpetual bustle, moving from one day to the next without much time to think about what’s important and always thinking about the things we would like to do if we could only find the time.
Back in 2014, a few close friends from Belfast took their first steps on an unexpected journey.
Stress, anxiety and panic disorders are more widely diagnosed now than ever before.
Over the past few months we have found ourselves stunned, shocked and separated from the outside world.
Despite legalization on paper, a limited number of corporations in Canada are allowed to grow the cannabis that ́s approved for sale.
As much as it’s often unfair to compare games based on loose similarities, it’s impossible to talk about Session without thinking about its spiritual predecessor Skate: both offer a skateboarding experience which is closer to the real deal than anything which came before and both also try to recreate the feel of skateboarding through the use of analogue stick inputs to replicate real-life movements.
Despite its controversial reputation, Cannabis sativa continues to develop a more positive perception through its countless uses in industry, textiles, manufacturing and, ever-more-increasingly, as a potential treatment for a wide range of maladies.
All too often we take our health for granted until it’s too late, yet there are many people out there who have to fight for their health from the day they were born.
Lately I’ve been finding myself contemplating the question of whether or not everyone feels the same way when they consume cannabis.