Everyone knows that one person who seems to have everything. Either they go out and buy what they need or they enjoy a simpler life without all the hoopla and trouble that comes with modern technology. I know a few from both world, and when the holidays come around, it’s damn near impossible to figure out what to buy or make for them… Why? Well, because they freaking have everything they could ever want! Every need managed for, all hobbies expanded and collected and stored within their homes, and all mere piques of interests sated.
Natural medicines and herbal remedies are seeing a tremendous slope upward, which is mainly due to the growing consciousness around the medical problem in the USA, which is spurred along by the pharmaceutical industry and their more-grey-than-white practices. Not only do they jack up the prices by thousands of a percent, they constantly market that they have a convenient little pill that will make everything better, for any and all conditions and symptoms of the human condition. What that does is create habitual users. And sure, of course that’s what’s good for business, for them, but it’s starting to have drastic and irreversible effects of people and our culture.
Time spent in the great outdoors means a moment is never wasted. It can be difficult to explain, but there’s something like a sensation of belonging and peace that comes with time spent in the forest. Blame the way modern life has transformed us all into worker bees, packed tight in cities, where a tree is rare but the night sky is even more scarce. The way we live, where we wake up, goto work, come home too tired to care about much of anything, then back to bed only to repeat this process all over again, has taken its toll on all of humanity, because now we’re farther away from that which we came from.
These days, the topic of cannabis legality is a hot topic in the USA. Where for decades, this now known healing plant was demonized and criminalized, but now with the education of actual truth over propaganda, with a big part due to the advent of the internet, cannabis is hitting the mainstream. What’s different between the 60-70s movement and now is that the use of cannabis is more focused on the healing and therapeutic properties of the plant than simply recreational drug use. But if you’re new to the subject of cannabis, then there’s some things you need to know…
Autumn is a time of the year that I look forward to throughout the previous three seasons, not only because the leaves are changing, the cool weather is moving in so that I can wear my favorite sweaters and flannels, nor because it’s pumpkin season, Halloween, and the segue into the holidays. No, there’s something much more beautiful that signals my anticipation for fall. And that is football. Every Saturday starting in September and going through the end of November is considered a holiday in my family. It’s something more holy than Christmas, and more intense than the scariest of Halloweens.
The reason hemp has been such a hot topic as of late is because we are in the middle of a momentum shift, moving away from the stone aged mindset that cannabis sativa is a harmful drug and finally toward the intelligent perspective that hemp can do a whole lot of good. For decades, cannabis has been condemned, ostracized and full on smeared by corporate and political interests. But as the invention of the internet took hold like a wildfire, the truth has come out and the masses have moved toward learning that cannabis has a myriad of uses and benefits.
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