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,
DOWNLOAD YOUR STASH CARD HERE
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!
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!
KindPeoples in Santa Cruz has great edible inforgraphics!
I love this easy infographic from the brilliant brain of Elise McDonough, PR Specialist at KindPeoples in Santa Cruz. Elise is also a former Edibles Editor at High Times Magazine and the author of “The Official High Times Cookbook.”
Adding my two cents for newbies, since I’m so protective of you and want to prevent you from making the terrible mistake of overdoing it with edibles which could very well scare you off of cannabis medicine entirely because it IS NOT FUN:
*Rate symptoms before starting
*Lower and Slower! Start at 2.5mg for newbies – or for any new edible.
(While 5 – 15mg is considered a starter dose, many people do really well with microdosing.)
*Put the edible up and away in between doses, so you are NOT tempted to nibble more!
*After two hours, rate symptoms again.
*If needed, dose up another 2.5mg. As Korova says on their packaging, ‘You Can Always Take More, but You Can’t Take Less!”
*Keep your edible wrappers away from pets! If they go into your garbage, DON’T put wrappers in there. Tie them up in another bag and put them directly outside in the dumpster.
*If you get too high, remember the three things I always tell Newbies!
Opioid addicts can benefit from cannabis. Just ask the makers of the opioids…
Hello, humans. Did you pick up or download The Emperor Wears No Clothes, by Jack Herer and begin reading it yet? Are you befuddled by this question? It’s a homework assignment from the #1 ThCB. Feel free to backtrack if you’d like.
Or read on. Whatever works.
Continue reading “#2 ThCB (The Compassionate Budtender) The Crisis of Opioids”
Legalization is coming. Are you ready to join the cannabis revolution?!
Time keeps on slipping … slipping…slipping… into the Future…
ARE YOU READY FOR LEGALIZATION, CALIFORNIA? Because it is upon us. So if you’re one of the holdouts who refused to get your medical cannabis recommendation, despite the myriad reasons you could have before now (and the other symptoms for which
marijuana [*] provides relief), welcome to the new world!
Continue reading “#1 ThCB (The Compassionate Budtender) The Newbie’s first step to learning about and using cannabis? Call it Cannabis.”