- This is my interpretation of Indica -

To me, the man behind the surveillance gear is a physical embodiment of PTSD. He’s always watching the woman, constantly mimicking the emotion that she is feeling.

What I didn’t catch right away, though, was the fact that it was the woman who was suffering, not the man. Often times after trauma, communication breaks between partners. Despite her best efforts, her husband loses patience and lashes out. Although she may be physically sound, underneath is something that he doesn’t understand anymore.

In the end, she learns to dance with her brokenness. Kintsugi comes to mind; sometimes repairing a shattered object creates something much, much more beautiful. By softening and meeting her husband and pushing past his defenses, really proving that she’s still the woman he loves, she finds harmony in herself. This is shown with her dancing outside with the man portraying her trauma.

anonymous asked:

So of the two, blunts and joints, do you have a personal preference? And I got a little lost the other day, what is a "head" high? Does that just mean it's stronger? And what kind of high do you get from marijuana tea, because I would think that could be really relaxing, but I also thought that about the brownies and was wrong. Thank you for your patience, would you rather these went on your personal blog or is this one OK for non-political stuff like this?

My personal preference? I like blunts because you can get them with flavoring and they’re typically bigger and last longer, but joints are easier to roll and prepare, but they’re typically smaller and (in my experience) they fall apart.

As for the “head high” there are two different kinds of highs. A head high and a body high. A body high is one that directly affects your body, making you relaxed and lazy. You get body highs from smoking Indica type weeds.

A head high is one that affects your brain mostly, often used to enhance creativity. It usually does the opposite and makes you want to get up and do stuff (in my experiences at least) and helps with your thinking abilities. Often those types of highs (when you smoke a lot or your first time) make you feel like you’re dreaming. You nigh experience mild to vivid hallucinations, although that’s very uncommon.

As for the tea, I haven’t made it yet but I’m saving stems of the bud to ground up and use. I hear it relaxes you a LOT but I’ve no experience in the mater yet.

So this dude trained his bee’s to take pollen from the cola’s of marijuana plants instead of flowers.. And in return the honey they produce is infused with THC and the product is essentially purified as it goes travels through the bee’s system (As normal bee enzymes make nectar into honey).. The product is a dank edible honey that will medicate the shit out of you. This guy wins all around.

Nicolas Trainerbees, the Beekeeper That Has Managed to Get His Bees to Make Honey with Cannabis Resin

Many are calling him a genius. The man is an artisan, locksmith and above all else, he explains, he is a beekeeper. He has over 4300 Facebook followers and 700 on Instagram after the 39-year-old Frenchman, who describes himself as an advocate of medical cannabis and of complete cannabis legalization, trained bees to make honey from cannabis.

He goes by the nickname of Nicolas Trainerbees, for obvious reasons. For 20 years, he has worked with bees in a way where he claims he is able to “train” them to make honey from virtually anything.

“I have trained bees to do several things, such as collect sugar from fruits, instead of using flowers,” he explains.

Nicholas says he has “been passionate about nature since childhood,” which led him to this profession that mixes his love for plant life with his love for animals – especially insects.

Nicholas calls the cannabis-honey produced by the bees “cannahoney” from “a training technique whereby the bees collect the resin and use it in the beehive.”

The final substance, he explains, is the sole work of the bees. “For some time I had known about the health benefits of bee products such as honey, propolis, pollen, wax and royal jelly and also about the benefits of cannabis,” and so he decided to take notice of the requests, he explains.

Add to that the fact that “everything that passes through the body of a bee is improved,” he said, since their enzymes make the nectar turn into honey.

“So if the bee took the resin from cannabis it would also be very beneficial.”“The aim arose for me to get the bees to obtain this resin,” he added. The “cannahoney” has “quite a floral” aroma and a color, he explains. It “is not smoked, it is ingested and it is good for health,” he adds. Nicolas says that“the bees accept any strain.”

So do the bees get high off of the cannabis they make the honey from?

“The bees that produce the cannahoney are not affected by cannabinoids because they do not have an endocannabinoid system,” he says. It’s just another form of food for them.

Courtesy of TheAntiMedia