Does marijuana enhances our pattern recognition ability? Stoners would answer immediately with, YES! Humans are primarily a visual animal. Our pattern recognition abilities exceed recognizing simple visual images or basic designs. We can identify different types of plants, cars, painting styles of different artists, or even thousands of faces despite the settle changes over time. We also connect those visual patterns to music or sounds.
The most guaranteed way of keeping a distance from your favorite junk foods that are high in empty calories is to not buy them. But even still there is not really any guarantee that you will stay away. Oh! The stoner life! It's around six o' clock in the evening. It's about the time I start chilling, taking a hit or two. Ten minutes later, you will find me attacking my fridge trying to find something satisfying to indulge in...
William Ewart Gladstone once said, “If you are cold, tea will warm you; if you are too heated, it will cool you; if you are depressed, it will cheer you; if you are excited, it will calm you.”
I couldn’t agree more. One of my favorite pastimes as far as I can remember is having friends over for tea. When I was young it was fun to get out my porcelain tea set and set the table for my friends. As an adult it is a time for decompression, it is therapy. Mix this with a sativa strain of marijuana and I have the perfect evening.
A good tip to determine if you have combined the butter thoroughly enough is to add food coloring to your recipe. Once all of your batter is the same color, consistently, your finished product will be much more effective. And besides, food coloring can be fun! This step is not necessary, however.
As you may know raw cannabis is non-psychoactive, that's why we have to process it in different ways to be able to consume it and get the best out of this amazing herb. Marijuana becomes psychoactive when couple of things happen to it, heat and time. The process of decarboxylation, which means heat activates your cannabi, will convert another non-psychoactive component in marijuana (THCA) into a psychoactive one (THC), which will ultimately release the full potential of the psychoactive traits of your strain.