You’d like to try cannabis — or try different methods of delivery, but you don’t know how to go about it… you’re not alone! A lot of folks are hesitant to try cannabis for fear of having an uncomfortable experience. If you Start Low and Go Slow, and chart your progress along the way, you minimize the risk of getting too high (or too uncomfortable). You can also find your Minimal Effective Dose (or EFD). The central message of The Compassionate Budtender is mindful consumption.
Spend a little time. Do your homework. Make cannabis your own. The Stash Card was designed with you in mind, so you can explore cannabis mindfully and:
Track your Experience.
Trace your Steps.
Find your Flow State
As you track your progress in your Stash Card, (see a sample below), you can start to dial in the cannabis products, ratios, and methods of delivery that work best for you, and help get you to where you’re feeling like you’re in the Flow — relaxed, inspired, centered.
Sharpen your pencil,
and JUMP RIGHT IN!
Download your Stash Card now! Or screenshot it! Print it out! Use it. Send it. Give it. Spread it around. Get together with friends and share your experiences! Remember: Sharing is Caring! Have a Stash Card party!
Here’s a sample of how to fill out your Stash Card, but feel free to write to yourself in language you like, whatever works for you to help make exploring cannabis a fun adventure!
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Bring a mat and your favorite props,
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Jaene’s “Microdosing & Mindfulness” classes continue and expand at Harvest Dispensaries in San Francisco, Fall, 2018.
Thanks to all of you who have turned up for some self-love at the Microdosing & Mindfulness classes in San Francisco since I began teaching there last April.
I’m excited to announce that my partnership in wellness with Harvest continues with expanded autumn offerings in the delicious pairing of cannabis and meditation!
EACH Sunday, starting October 14,
We’ll start at 4:30pm at Harvest Off Mission with a primer — Microdosing & Mindfulness. This class includes a Cannabis 101/Refresher and an introduction to iRest® Yoga Nidra meditation — a good iRest® session is like the best, most restorative, luscious nap you’ve ever experienced. And, snoring is completely acceptable.
Then, at 6:30, join us at Harvest on Geary for Medicate & Meditate, for a quick medicating session and a longer iRest® meditation. Come to both, and shop (or let that edible kick in) in between! Medicating is ALWAYS optional!
I love Newbies! Please feel free to bring your friends new to cannabis, or inexperienced in meditation, or both! Please share this post with them! Follow the links for ticket info.
All classes are FREE!
You must be 21+ with a valid ID, or,
If you’re a medical cannabis patient, 18-21+, bring your current medical cannabis recommendation & valid ID.
Patients younger than 18 with a valid cannabis recommendation must be accompanied by an adult guardian with a current caregiver certificate and valid ID.
Your choice: a taste of Yoga Nidra, or a nice long, supported practice. Come and bathe in the moment.
Just wanted to share this incredible cannabis content with you! If you haven’t checked out the two seasons of The Sacred Plant, you must! The wonderful John Malanca, of United Patients Group, hosts talks with leading experts in the cannabis industry. Subscribe on the YouTube channel to stay connected with this ongoing, informative content!
This episode features Dr. Dustin Sulak, One my most favorite cannabis “resourcists.” I’ve followed his work, and recommended his protocols in patient consultations, for several years.
Dr. Sulak also recently released this FREE Step-by-Step guide on how to reduce and replace opioids with cannabis! Share it with anyone you love struggling with opioid addiction!
Here’s a great overview of your Endocannabinoid System and how phytocannabinoids interact with that system, starting with CBDa.
See links at the bottom of this article for all nine short pieces in this Cannabinoid Profile Series by Mitch Colbert
Share this with anyone looking to learn more about the science of cannabis!