A sleep psychologist looks at marijuana research on insomnia and other sleep disorders. Why is cannabis effective for one person’s sleep but not another’s?
Where a buzz hits you can tell you a lot about what you’ll be in for. Here, the 303 Kush sat in the center of my head — right behind my eyes — and camped out. This is the kind of “Magic Eye High” where you find yourself looking at something, but also through it at the same time. And, to be fair, this is exactly what I was looking for.
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