When you’re a kid growing up through the state sanctioned anti-drug programs like Just Say No, you gain a perspective and outlook that can alter how you see others and how you look at drugs in the future. I will say, however, that by all means some drugs are hazardous and dangerous and should be avoided. But that does not mean that all drugs are bad (I mean, really, how many people take a pill for headaches, weight loss, everything?! How about coffee or soda? Those are all drugs), and it does not mean that all people who use drugs are bad, because the reality is that everyone uses drugs and not all drugs are the same. So once you gain certain expectations and assumptions, many of which work only at a subconscious level, through those programs, your thinking and perspective is altered with that knowledge, which then shapes how you look at the world, at morality issues, as well as how you treat others, which then plays a large part into your political views and what you think is truly real.
What does this have to do with thinking? Well, evolved thought stems from the use of cannabis, better known as marijuana. But the problem is that up until recently, every state in the USA had the plant registered as an illegal controlled substance, which inspired political drug war propaganda and anti-drug campaigns, along with countless lives ruined through the enforcement of illegality. Now, with the beautiful spreading of information via the internet and the ease of access, thanks to smart phones, people are waking up and learning the truth. And that truth is that cannabis is one of the safest drugs in the world, it is natural, and it heals, with very little to no side effects.*
It’s kind of funny to say that I found a cure in a vaporizer, but the truth is that cannabis saved my life in so many ways. It soothed me from my anxiety and my mood issues, it eased the pains from unsettled times in my life, it taught me to think, and more importantly, cannabis taught me to feel again. Where empathy had died cold in my chest, from years of cultural conditioning and desensitization, my soul had reawakened and I felt more human than ever before. Where I would go from one situation to the next, letting what others did dictate how I felt and my mood, but now I live a mindful approach to life, deeply appreciating the highs, the beauties of this world and loving those around me, where I had once given little thought of and simply gave in to the daily grind of modern life. But with much contemplation and soul searching, with an awakened mind that can think for itself, there is hope.
7th Floor Vapes’ Super Surfer 2 is a forced air system that pushes the vapor through a tube or it can fill a bag, which can come in handy for social events. It’s got this sleek modern look with a real groovy vibe, from its colorful glass knob to its vibrant lighting that adds ambiance to any vaping session. The Super Surfer is fitted with a 7-color LED light system with 3 modes: single color, fade-in-out in 3 speeds, and fade-between, also in 3 speeds. The device comes in a nice padded bag, with an aroma top, hose, bags, unique glass pieces and fittings that allow for a variety of applications, and other accessories.
All in all, I find that the Super Surfer 2 is a reliable and consistent vaporizer that packs a helluva punch, because it is dynamic in its uses and versatility, yet it works extremely well at each application. The fan is strong, the light is attractive and the overall aesthetic of the vape is that it’s modern, edgy and minimalist, which I can deeply appreciate. The glass-on-glass design ensures a clean, crisp flavor; there’s few things as delicious as the taste of freshly vaped herb, because it comes through so clean, fresh and vibrantly floral, like the fine scent of perfume or tea. The safety features are well thought out, keeping you mostly well away from the ceramic heating elect and the glass shoulder piece that can get pretty darn hot.
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*Statements made in this article are not to be taken as health or law advice. Please do your research, and always ask a doctor for all health-related information and authenticity.