Ashton Deroy writes:
Affirmation for myself, I will no longer smoke bongs! : I have to admit thinking about what I want for my blog while listening to The Subtle art of not giving a F*ck & taking my edibles to get to my ideal buzz. Basically, I was wondering with my blog’s following being a good percentage of stoners. If I should come out about a decision I made recently. I mean I smoked a bong and put up a podcast. It was some of the best hits this website got.
However, after consideration, I have decided to come out and say it. I quit smoking marijuana. I am still getting high, I am just no longer smoking marijuana. I am committed to giving up smoking marijuana. (I am writing that down for myself.)
It is has been an ugly addiction to smoke bongs. It isn’t a proper utility method for medicating one’s self. It is unadvanced and primitive. I can’t call myself an aspiring Utilitarian and remain a smoker. I am all for continuing to get medical doses for CBD & THC as a medical marijuana user. However, I can’t continue smoking. So I have switched to edibles.
What am I enjoying about giving up the bong? I know mental clarity has increased. I can be high on an edible but still, come by rational thought. (I have stopped getting high as a method to hide my immense focus on recreational education. It is a cultural choice relating to theories of determinism. Get used to it.)
Replacing addiction with activity: Beyond that, I am enjoying the taste of chocolate over the taste of c02. I can get high by putting oil on a cookie now. My ritual has changed but not entirely. Smoking also is something I do to compensate for not getting enough fresh air. So I workout 8 minutes now and again in the backyard now because of the Coronavirus Pandemic it is best to the social distance at this time.
A nasty symptom from too much smoke inhalation: The last thing and honestly the incentive to quit smoking weed was based on a headache that went away once I quit smoking. We have to be careful we are such a dumb ape specie. We burn a plant, inhale a carbon, and somehow despite years of research. Somehow think it is beneficial to our lives.
Why I want to be high at all? I can honestly say the euphoria of a marijuana high for 4-6 hours or sometimes longer feels like a utilitarian benefit to my life at certain times. I don’t want trade organ damage for my high anymore though. A mood-stabilizing Medicine by the practicalities of common health & wellness would commonly be taken orally. I believe CBD & THC is beneficial for my autism in my off time and a necessity mood boost. However, an intoxication nuisance during my productive time.
I’ve had some fun doing bongs and saying stupid stuff. Anyone at 17 years old would think that stupidity is a blast while avoiding all consideration for their body! I think with age has to come weighing considerations in morality & practicality. On a note of morality and practicality… Will, I still call centers pointlessly with the singular goal being getting the agent to waste time with pointless chitchat? Absolutely I will. I am not a monster! I am a chatty Community College Business Grad.
(I am a medical marijuana user. If you want to be one you came to the right place. I leave referral links.)
Please go to…
- https://sparkcannabis.ca/ – After a consultation. They might connect you with Marijuana Producers in Compliance with Canadian Federal Medical Marijuana law. Personal review: I said medical marijuana THC and CBD helped with my PTSD and autism. They helped me get connected.