Medical Cannabis – Seed to Temple Ball

I hate weed – it stinks like a skunk’s butt and was only ever relegated to stoners anyway. I tried it when I was a teenager, never did anything for me but make me munchy.

As I got older though and my spinal, nerve and muscular issues got worse, I was reaching for new medication, anything that would work since codeine and hard muscle relaxants weren’t cutting it anymore. I tried CBD to find that it did reduce the intervertebral swelling without giving me Advil/Aspirin ulcers, and since THC was now in oil-based isolate I could try different kinds and amounts without stoning myself into oblivion… I’ll be damned if I didn’t discover that marijuana isn’t the miracle drug people have been talking about for generations.

This article series is about what my research has provided, how to grow a seed into a medicinal-grade temple ball, and how you too can regain agency over your own pain.

Series under active development, 5/12/23.

Obligatory disclaimer because people are thick: obviously I’m not a doctor and I’m certainly not YOUR doctor. Everything herein is from my personal perspective and does not constitute medical, legal or even buddy-to-buddy advice because I don’t know you. I’m blogging, you’re reading, make your own decisions.

The “entourage effect” is a thing – you can purchase isolate tinctures now, but you might be missing out if you do. Here’s the lowdown on what the cannabis plant is making as it grows.