The People of How I Get High.
After multiple spinal cord injuries and surgeries, cannabis helps Katie to live a full life and not be trapped by her pain.
Soren Gray is trying to put the "Class in Grass" with the website "The New Smoker".
SJ eats some ice cream sprinkled with Mondo cannabis powder.
Carly suffers from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Here she uses the non-psychoactive THC-A powder to help with inflammation and pain.
This creative used medical cannabis to release creativity and suppress anxiety.
Kayla ingest vapor from cannabis concentrate to help with the symptoms of her disease. The "dab" is vapor instead of smoke created from combustion. This is a much healthier form using cannabis, but looks much more intense.
Microdosing with these 2.5mg mints is a way to introduce the benefits of THC without an intense high or buzz.
The pressure of the industry creates a bubble that needs a release.
Pilates instructor, reiki healer, crystal energy worker, cannabis user.
Coming home from a 12+ hour day and every bone, joint, muscle and inch of skin in your body hurts. Cannabis helps retreat from the day and heal some of the pain and inflammation that attacks my body.
This is me.
Instead of all of these pills and supplements, after the normal course of therapy this survivor used cannabis to heal her body.
When you need a little burst of creativity, this magical plant helps.
Don't tell my boss. When you're in an office every day, it's very hard to be out about your cannabis usage.
I was on the front lines of the marches and demonstrations to try to enact California Prop 215 in 1996.
I work cannabis into my performance to create a unique experience heavily inspired by cannabis. My feathers are shaped like cannabis leaves and I wear green head to toe.
Clark of the High Hipsters, a YouTube couple that explores and discusses their passion for cannabis on their channel.
Because his wife doesn't like smoke in the house, he listens to classical music parked in his driveway while smoking to help the pains from a hard day.
Waking up with nausea is the normal for a lot of Crohn's patients. He uses cannabis to ease the symptoms and help lead a more normal life.
Alice of the High Hipsters, a YouTube couple that explores and discusses their passion for cannabis on their channel.