Sometimes, no matter how much coffee is in our system, the switch in our brain just won’t turn on. There’s nothing worse than staring at a computer screen, a journal, or a blank canvas and seeing only your lack of motivation and creativity staring back. Thankfully, marijuana has been known to help awaken the artistic and creative parts of our brain. The secret is knowing where to look for the right strain depending on the task at hand. Writers, painters, and creators in general are going to love what we found on the subject.
By Katie King
Let’s Clear the Air
Not all of us are so lucky to live in a state with legal weed. Even Oregonians like me remember the not so distant
Yeah, yeah, we get it. Drugs are bad. That’s what we’re led to believe in school, at least. But the truth is, drug use is more complicated than that and not nearly as black and white as good versus bad, especially when it comes to marijuana. When we hear the word “drug,” we automatically think of something harmful and toxic. Something potentially deadly or addictive if taken in the wrong dosage. Really, we shouldn’t even call marijuana a drug based on the dark cloud that follows that term everywhere it goes. Marijuana is more like medicine. It’s not nearly as serious or life-threatening as cocaine, MDMA, meth, or other drugs on the market. But what are the long-term effects of marijuana? Is it possible to smoke marijuana every day without negative consequences? We’re about to find out what science has to say.Read more
To the average person, the feeling of falling in love can best be described as walking on air, heaven on Earth, or warm apple pie. To the average scientist, love is simply a chemical reaction in the brain, specifically the release of a stimulant called phenylethylamine (PEA). This chemical is naturally produced in higher doses when we eat delicious foods like chocolate or when we meet that special someone.Read more
Want to grow your own plants from premium marijuana seeds? Convenience and enjoyment aside, growing your own cannabis actually has a lot of benefits for both to you and the environment. It can save you a lot of money shopping at medical dispensaries, it can increase your physical activity, and it can teach you new agricultural skills that may come in handy if you ever decide to dabble in growing your own produce, or in the event of an apocalypse!