"Experience isn't what happens to you; it's what you do with what happens to you."~Aldous Huxley
In work and play, I live and breath this sentiment now. Good or bad, both experiences build a knowledge of understanding that I now see that I possess.
If I manage my mental illness with Cannabis, then others can too. I write about this. Cannabis helps me see how alike we all are when it comes right down to it.
During the week I counsel new Cannabis patients on safe and effective ingestion of this incredible plant. Follow ups are my favorite though, as it is then that I hear
the incredible success stories from every day Canadians. We are a proactive bunch up here. When you tell us to experiment, watch out. Many of our patients now roast and eat their bud. Others make monthly batches of oil and butter. I love writing about the plethora of ways to ingest and use Cannabis.
On the weekends I write. I write to relax and to get it out before the stewing settles in. I use Cannabis for depression and now for anxiety. What I feel, others feel too. I write to help others get success with medicinal Cannabis the way I have.