CANNABIS CULTURE – Could medical marijuana be one of the answers in treating depression? Before we go into why and how, it is best to understand how depression arises and how it is treated at the moment. Another thing important to remember is that there are two main types of depression: unipolar and bipolar depression/disorder.
I wonder what my teenage pot parties would have been like if my friends and I had been consuming cannabis tea instead of smoking joints.
I remember my first time buying cannabis. I was 15 years old. It was in Edmonton, Alberta, in the summer of 1986. I was sent on my bike by my friend to purchase 20 dollars worth of hashish. Cannabis flowers were a rare treat in those days. Teens either had a family member purchase forRead More
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