I started MJS because when I started using cannabis, I was clueless.
I thought it was all about the high, because when I was high I didn't feel pain, I could eat, I felt healthy.
But somewhere along the way cannabis started changing how it worked for me. And so begin my journey of learning all I could about cannabis. It opened up a whole world for me and changed so much on how I approach cannabis in my life.
I never took the time to learn about cannabis in the beginning because I was ashamed. The stigma and judgements of using cannabis in illegal states is strong and they even exist in legal states.
My journey with cannabis started at 16 years old. But society and family told me it was wrong and so I gave it up shortly after becoming a mom at 19 years old.
Quitting was probably the worst decision I ever made.
The way I lived my life after I quit using cannabis impacted me physically, mentally, and emotionally. Click here to learn more.
I became serious about understanding cannabis after seeing how cannabis improved my anxiety, depression, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic pain,
and it even helps with my extremely dry skin.
Knowledge is power. I believe in providing cannabis education so you can live a cannabis-friendly life in a responsible yet fun way.
I promise you it's not what you think - cannabis history is a hidden secret that must come out.
I'm passionate about reveling cannabis history because
I believe it can help people understand and
get behind legalizing cannabis.
It can help make our world a better place.
Cannabis prohibition is part of why we still need
organizations like Black Lives Matter and
It's the reason that diseases and cancers have consumed our society.
Many of us don't realize it but as our country grew the people elected to power chose greed over humans. They continue to do so every day.
Yet we keep trying to fix a broken system with the same broken system.
How does that work?
Watch the video below and learn the facts of cannabis history.
If you have
the proper education
it empowers you
to talk about the
about cannabis has hurt
Experienced user yet you still feel clueless?
5 Common Myths About Cannabis
In order for cannabis to work, you must be stoned.
Nope, definitely not the case - just a little THC (or none) with CBD and other cannabinoids and terpenes is all you need. Being stoned is the fun part. :-)
Using any strain will help.
That is not true. Strains make a difference because of their terpenes profile and cannabinoids. You also have to consider how it will work with your body's biology.
Marijuana is not addictive.
Actually about 10% of marijuana users may have some sort of marijuana disorder. This is a fact, don't ignore it. When beginning to use cannabis it's imperative to have your rules with your use.
You need to use a lot of cannabis for it to work correctly. Wrong. Always remember less is more. Finding your dose is the fun part.
You can overdose on cannabis, but it won't kill you.
Overdosing on cannabis looks like dizziness, loss of coordination, paranoia among other symptoms.
Endocannabinoid System (ECS)
How Does Cannabis Work?
What Can Cannabis Help With?
Cannabis can help with so much, it would be impossible for me to cover them all. Out of all the possible conditions that cannabis can help with I'm focused on learning and helping others with the below conditions.
It would be impossible for me to tell you exactly what strain, how to take it (vape, smoke, edible, tincture, rub, patch) and what dose or how often. Why? Because we all have our own unique biology and cannabis works with each of us differently.
What I can help you with is knowing which cannabinoid and terpenes could potentially help you which will aid in your research to find the right cannabis for you.
The Cannabis-Friendly Lifestyle
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Support the Black Lives Matter Movement. There are chapters throughout the US or you can start your own. Cannabis prohibition has hurt our black community the most.
The war on drugs has caused overcrowding, targeted the black community and we have wasted billions of tax dollars for minor cannabis offenses.
One of the biggest things we can all do is vote. I'm voting for the first time - it's never to late to start!