During this pandemic (& really always), doctors suggest we stop or limit combustion. We have to keep our lungs as healthy as possible! If you are a joint lover like me, this is easier said than done. Enter: the dry flower vaporizer. While a dry flower vape is still inhalation, it is much safer for your lungs because you can control the temperature to which the plant material is heated. Instead of 900 degrees, dry flower vapes use convection or conduction to heat your flower to lower temps. There are a lot of options out there, all with their own pros & cons (see my previous post for 8 of the most recommended). I went with the Crafty+ from Storz + Bickel. The video goes more into detail, but here are the highlights.
Category: Video Sesh
THC Tolerance and What are T-Breaks
In this video, I talk about tolerance breaks, suggestions for people with a high THC tolerance, and suggestions for those with a low THC tolerance.
CBD 101 – Everything You Need to Know
In this video, I cover: What is CBD, how does it interact with our bodies, how it might benefit you, the types of CBD on the market, and what to look for when choosing CBD products. I also talk about CBD and drug tests, important information for first responders.
The M.O.R.E Act Explained
Today, I'm talking POLITICS (don't worry, it's not that type of conversation). Cannabis is STILL federally illegal, and people sit in jail for the same thing others are making millions from. As an MMJ patient & conscious cannabis consumer, it’s something I have to educate myself on and I hope you feel the same…so let's learn together!
Why a Dry Flower Vape is Recommended
Joints, blunts and bongs are great, but they all have one thing in common - combustion. You are literally lighting your cannabis on fire and the inhale you take can reach up to 900 degrees. This video explains why we should limit or avoid combustion always, but especially while Covid-19 is around. What's the alternative if you like to smoke? Watch this video to find out!