I love marijuana so much that I try to use it as often as I can.
I don’t smoke to get inebriated, just enough to calm my stress and my chronic anxiety. It’s nice using a medication that is only psychologically addictive, instead something like Xanax. Little do many know, benzodiazepines like Xanax are one of only two substances known to man that can be downright fatal during extreme withdrawals from large recreational doses and abuse. The other substance is alcohol, which leads to worse withdrawals after rampant abuse than something like heroin. With that said, I’d rather use cannabis in place of both of those substances. Unfortunately, the recreational cannabis in my state is taxed heavily and is hard to afford if you aren’t well off. Thankfully, it’s legal to grow up to six plants of cannabis in your own home or in your backyard. As long as the cannabis is intended for personal use, there’s nothing wrong with growing it yourself. You don’t need a license or card from the state to do it either. It has been a fascinating experience learning to grow cannabis plants. It wasn’t easy in the start, especially when you can’t figure out how to get your seeds to sprout. But once you figure out the process to some extent, it’s amazing watching pot growth from seed to harvest. The plants get huge as they increase in size. And the amazing aromas they produce as they flower is simply out of this world. Now that I’m growing all of my own cannabis, I can finally afford to use it as frequently as I always wanted.