"Do you even lift bro?"" I think our friend @tony_rice_@teamfortyfour doesn't get asked that very often. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Do you use cannabis when you workout? What is your favorite way to get your body in action?
I wouldn’t wish chronic illnesses on anyone. Our life is though. Plain and simple. Our “normal” would be unbearable for some people, but we are used to living with the constant physical pain. Because of this, we sometimes don’t validate other peoples’ illnesses or pain bc we know/assume ours is worse. But we can’t lose our empathy when it comes to others. Our chronic illnesses are always at the forefront to US, not other people. So just like we expect to be understood and validated, we need to do the same for others, even if it means putting our symptoms aside for a bit. 🌿ChronicSadGirlsClub.com 🌿
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It feels so good to style a flatlay, it's never bad to go back to your roots. We just received this incredible NEW pipe/ashtray from @brntdesigns and I'm completely in love. It's goes perfectly with our home and I finally have a cute ashtray to shoot. Use code: "JustAnotherJay" for 20% off!💨
I was browsing the web yesterday when I noticed an article by @theatlantic describing the effects of "pot" and how it can be addictive. I personally would have chosen a far more educated word than pot. As I was reading this it seemed to lack one key thing: facts. I was really concerned that a publication that advertises responsible journalism failed to actually fact check their articles. Every interview done by people who were addicted claimed things like " I was depressed" " I was unnoticed". I don't know about all of you but that sounds very similar to "D.A.R.E" ads they played when I was a kid. All I ask is that we really look into the industry and realize that this "fight" is a lot more than legalization. It's about education. "As pot smokers we are lazy". Give me a break. The person they chose to use as the poster child was @elisemcroberts . She, out of everyone has been a postive outlet for cannabis education and tolerance. If you knew her or ACTUALLY were apart of this space, you would know that she is the person you want on your side. Iron Age Publications to continue using our images, because it gives us the ability to Showcase how idiotic they actually are. We are entrepreneurs not addicts. It's 2018 people. Let's not go back to "Reefer Madness" and claim inconclusive evidence towards cannabis. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
What do you think of the Atlantic article? Do you feel that the article made any good points? If you haven't already, go show Elise some love & comment below your opinion! ⬇️
22 1604 hours ago
Rebel Coast Cannabis Infused Sauvignon Blanc May Be A Harbinger
For the half-dozen years Rebel Coast Winery of Sonoma has been in business, it has primarily focused on producing Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay, with a goal to “...make wine for everybody. No ‘chateau,’ no last names in cursive, no ‘100 year old tradition,’ no $80 price tag.” But focusing on those two grape varieties hardly brings to mind the winery’s other claim: “to simply make wines to excite the rebellious spirit in us all.” One can now arguably say the winery has met its “rebellious spirit” goal with the release of Rebel Coast Cannabis Infused Sauvignon Blanc. With this wine, the winery adds a fourth to its list of “nos”: no alcohol (technically, less than 0.5% alcohol by volume). In place of alcohol, a bottle of this Sauvignon Blanc comes with 20 milligrams of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) by volume, the principal psychoactive chemical in cannabis. That’s approximately 5 milligrams per glass. It’s not an exact science, but 5 ml of THC is supposed to produce a quick buzz.
Thanks largely to alcohol, a typical table wine delivers about 150 calories per glass. Since there is no alcohol in this Sauvignon Blanc, the wine promises a mere 35 calories per glass.
Finally, Rebel Coast Cannabis Infused Sauvignon Blanc is priced $20 a bottle, under the winery’s claim of “no $80 price tag.”
The grapes sourced to produce the wine are grown in Sonoma County vineyards, but after the alcohol is removed the wine is sent to Colorado where the cannabis research company, Ebbu gives the wine a cannabinoid infusion.
No one I know has said anything about the wine’s taste, and having not tasted it myself, I can’t comment on its quality as a wine, but I do wonder why the alcohol was removed.
Because it includes THC, the wine cannot be sold through normal distribution and retail channels licensed to handle alcohol; but because the alcohol has been removed, the wine can be sold through licensed California THC dispensaries, which right now includes one each in San Diego, Los Angeles and Long Beach. But
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Sometimes, we are so anxious on the inside that it outwardly manifests as anger. This is common for me, unfortunately. When my anxiety is close to overwhelming me, my mood becomes unpredictable and I snap. Anxiety as anger is something I’ve been working hard to overcome, and I still have a long way to go. I’ve been trying to stay aware of this behavior, and sometimes I’m able to stop and challenge my anger by asking myself if it’s an appropriate reaction to the situation. I’ve noticed that since I began practicing this, it’s slowing becoming easier for me to identify that outburst of anger as anxiety. I’m also working on being aware of when I’ve hurt someone or have unjustly lashed out at someone. Open communication with that person is key, and if warranted— so is an apology. I’m working on that as well. Sometimes I’m not able to stop and recognize my anxiety in time and I snap, but I’m trying to be ok with it. Because healing isn’t linear, and sometimes we all lose the battle at one time or another, but that doesn’t mean we stop trying.