*Note – I am doing a series of narrative pieces as a part of a new therapy, writing as a form of processing things. Despite how incredibly vulnerable it feels to share this ‘love letter to cannabis’ with you all, I know that it may resonate with other patients and normalize medical cannabis as a …
Ch-ch-ch-changes! Here’s to the rebranding, rebuilding, and restoring purpose…
To showcase the many patient faces and how cannabis helps them, I put out a Twitter roll call asking why cannabis is your medicine.
Take a deep breath and a minute to scroll through these adorable fur babies – your heart will thank you
For the second year of post-prohibition Christmas, the internet gave to me – 15 pages of search results for cannabis holiday gift guides.
This morning, while making my eggs, I had a panic attack. Heart racing, palms sweating, breath uneasy. Breakfast seems simple enough; toast the bread, scramble the eggs, butter the toast, peel the orange. So why the panic? Well you see I forgot to scramble my eggs before I turned on the frying pan. Yep, that’s …
Can we stop hating on people who need a little extra help?
For myself, and many living with chronic conditions and/or disabilities, the word ‘can’ is not as simple as the ability to complete a single task
As a medical cannabis patient I use the plant in a variety of forms on a daily basis. Unlike the average prescription in Canada, cannabis patients are left to prepare and dose their own medicine.
Kine box is a subscription box that comes out quarterly and features exclusively Canadian cannabis accessories and apparel. The contents of each box are a mystery until release, which to me feels like adult version of the surprise bag (love it).