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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.
Insider Tip for Newbies: Indica is IN-DA-COUCH…
Okay. First of all, thanks for letting me wallow in the bottomless pit that is Big Pharma in ThCB #2. I have to admit, researching the myriad ways pharmaceutical drugs are effing things up was beyond sobering and I had to close the computer and walk away many times. It’s very personal for me — because for every one of those stories, I’ve met with countless patients at the bar who are seeking relief not only from pain, but side effects, decreasing effectiveness and, should they try to come off the drugs, the crippling withdrawal of opioids. The good news is: cannabis is a non-addictive, effective alternative. CBD helps by blocking the opioid reward center, making withdrawal more manageable.
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Opioid addicts can benefit from cannabis. Just ask the makers of the opioids…
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Or read on. Whatever works.