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📚: Currently reading: Stories of Your Life & Others by Ted Chiang

I read Exhalation a couple months ago and it legit affected me. This one is doing much the same thing.

🎧 Current podcast favs: Dare to Lead, Page 7, Poetry Unbound

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It's all about Clubhouse right now. This article from Vangst is very helpful https://vangst.com/blog/top-cannabis-clubhouse-events but always looking for more rooms to join if anyone has any suggestions or clubs they are loving right now I would love to connect!

The Sticky Rice podcast from Nikki and Shuang in Denver is breaking cannabis stereotypes and bringing great content. I love their personal stories and the comedy combined with relevance. https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/sticky-rice-nikki-kujawski-shuang-han-QEYHDhM-qWo/

Does anyone know some good cannabis books either related to cannabis cultivation and/or the history of cannabis? Please let me know!

My favorite read right now is actually a cookbook :joy: My friends gifted me this awesome one called "Bong Appétit: Mastering the Art of Cooking with Weed" by Munchies. It gives great tips on storing cannabis in your kitchen, what happens if you eat too much THC, and the best strains for cooking! Highly recommend.

Here is the Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/product-reviews/0399580107/ref=acr_dp_hist_5?ie=UTF8&filterByStar=five_star&reviewerType=all_reviews#reviews-filter-bar

Oh LOVE this topic! I've been spending less time on Clubhouse and diving back into my podcast rotation!

  • News: Up First, The Daily
  • Culture (?): Code Switch, Still Processing (love this one), Las Culturistas (ding dong!), Armchair Expert and the new conspiracy theory spinoff "Armchaired and Dangerous." Also really getting into Cautionary Tales with Tim Harford (under the Pushkin Industries label, which produces Malcolm Gladwell's Revisionist History)

Sarah-Abbott: My favorite read right now is actually a cookbook :joy: My friends gifted me this awesome one called "Bong Appétit: Mastering the Art of Cooking with Weed" by Munchies. It gives great tips on storing cannabis in your kitchen, what happens if you eat too much THC, and the best strains for cooking! Highly recommend.

Here is the Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/product-reviews/0399580107/ref=acr_dp_hist_5?ie=UTF8&filterByStar=five_star&reviewerType=all_reviews#reviews-filter-bar

Just snagged a copy! Looks great. Thanks for sharing!

Benjamin-Mervis: Oh LOVE this topic! I've been spending less time on Clubhouse and diving back into my podcast rotation!

  • News: Up First, The Daily
  • Culture (?): Code Switch, Still Processing (love this one), Las Culturistas (ding dong!), Armchair Expert and the new conspiracy theory spinoff "Armchaired and Dangerous." Also really getting into Cautionary Tales with Tim Harford (under the Pushkin Industries label, which produces Malcolm Gladwell's Revisionist History)
  • I need to get back into Armchair Expert! It's been a minute. 🤩

    I really loved A Woman's Guide to Cannabis: Using Marijuana to Feel Better, Look Better, Sleep Better–and Get High Like a Lady by Nikki Furrer. Every woman I know who uses cannabis also uses it for issues that only affect women, it is as nice to see someone talking about it.

    I know this is a bit of an older thread but maybe someone will stumble upon this reply. Although a bit on the "nerdier" side of cannabis, I found a really interesting podcast by the name, "Cannabis Science Today". Specifically, Episode #8-Cannabis & Chronic Pain with Dr. Paola Cubillos, MD. Not one of the flashier produced podcast out there but information-fact-based-wise it is one of the better ones I've come across. Dr. Cubillos, takes a very analytical results and research-based approach to medical cannabis treatments and prescriptions. While explaining the benefits and her thought process of prescribing she delves into the possible drawbacks as well. She also speaks to what IMO is one of the reasons lawmakers have been slow to get across the finish line full legalization...and that is standardized products and dosing. If you have some time on your hands (or not; multitask) I would definitely recommend the show in general. I'm sure there is an episode that will peak your inner "cannabis-nerd" interest.

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