the cannabis express_sample newsletter date volume 1 issue 1 luv solutions, phone: 619-255-4271 http://luvsolutions.org/newsletters/ e-mail:email@example.com i n s i d e t h i s i s s u e cannabis & sex this month’s specials see our list of upcoming specials meet a member of our staff what’s your weed personality? civic participation california’s struggle never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. margret mead cannabis & sex for many years there was societal belief that smoking weed lowered your libido; among the other negative aspects that society came to believe about weed. in the early 20th century there was negative propaganda around marijuana. this was mainly caused by various powerful interest, which had economic motives, such as: harry anslinger, who was leading a federal agency that would later become the drug enforcement agency, was confronted with the end of prohibition in 1933, he panicked because he and his man were charged with enforcing prohibition... he was worried that he and his men would be out of a job. that's when he began to lead the crusade against marijuana. they very deliberately, systematically, chose marijuana as their new whipping boy. these influencers were able to craft an image of marijuana as the bogeyman by using the media to spread tales. society began to believe all the negative aspects that were communicated about marijuana; the movie reefer madness from 1936 is a glaring example of how marijuana was viewed by society as the bogeyman. therefore, i wanted to look at one of these negative beliefs society has about marijuana namely sex and the use of marijuana; what does research and science says about cannabis and sex. dr. andrew j. sun and dr. michael eisenberg, at the stanford university medical center, published an article november 2017, association between marijuana use and sexual frequency in the united states: a population-based study. dr. eisenberg said: "usually, people assume the more frequently you smoke, the worse it could be when it came to sex, but in fact, we learned the opposite was true," continue reading…
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cannabis express meet a member of our staff budtender, maryjane after years of surviving the artic winters of st. paul, mn, at age 18 i moved to the west coast, by myself. i am happy working in the cannabis industry. i’m kind of a perfectionist, and oddball. i can be a bit shy at first, but once you unleash the cool/weird side of me, you’ll never get me to stop talking. i like to focus on being happy, no drama! hobbies: singing, dancing, video games, cooking, high nature hikes, board games my current favorite strain is stickyb, i find it to be the best quality, the most remembered, and just overall one of the best. i use recreationally almost every day because it helps relieve my anxiety, nerves, muscle pains and helps me focus. i also sleep better. weed helps me to live a life that expands my mind and make priceless, hilarious, joyous memories with the people i love i don’t have too hide anymore or be super judged about smoking marijuana. i am proud to be working at xxxxx. we have created a welcoming atmosphere, the people i work with are incredibly open minded. i have learn a lot from them and have made lifelong friendships. what’s your weed personality? take the interactive quiz i have worked in the california cannabis industry for almost three years. one of the best parts of my job is trying to guess what type of weed customers are looking for before they tell me, but i also love talking with them and finding the weed that best suits their personality and wants. have some fun, take the interactive personality quiz, and see what type of weed personality you are. page 3 budtender: maryjane. what’s your weed personality? “federal and state laws (should) be changed to no longer make it a crime to possess marijuana for private use.” richard m. nixon click here to take the quiz
cannabis express civic participation cannabis events california’s struggle cannabis for adult recreational use is now legal in the state of california. californians look forward to the many opportunities legalization will bring. opportunities for business growth, tourism, jobs are abound. in addition it promises to generate billions in revenue. it also is painfully clear that local jurisdictions are not prepared to support their communities’ growth. one glaring issue is that california’s state and local governments are not prepared to host cannabis events. cannabis events benefit local jurisdictions by increasing revenue and tourism. according to research and an article by nick lindsey: violent crime decreases with the legalization of weed. the decrease happens largely because legal weed disrupts the black market. at the same time, legalization places cannabis into the legal economy that makes it much easier to track and regulate. cannabis events tend to be less violent than some of their counterpart events such as concerts. there are many benefits to community members attending small and large cannabis events. events offers attendees members the opportunity to get to know the vast amount of products available to them, get to know weed stores, meet with like- minded folk, and of course gain knowledge by listening or meeting with experts. currently california state local officials are trying to work on this issue by introducing assembly bills ab2020 cannabis: local jurisdiction licensees: temporary event license and ab2641 temporary events. your state legislator needs to hear from you, whether you’re in support of these bills or not. simply call, write or send them an email voicing your opinion. find your california representative here> http://findyourrep.legislature.ca.gov/. then contact your mayor’s office, go to google search https://www.google.com/ type in “contact mayor of” type in your city’s name. example: contact mayor of los angles. when contacting your representatives, remember to include your name and zip code. page 4 cannabis & sex continued from pg 1 the study’s clinical implications are: marijuana use is associated with increased sexual frequency and does not appear to impair sexual function. the study asked more than 28,000 women and nearly 23,000 men how often they had sex in the four weeks prior to the survey and how frequently they used marijuana. women who didn’t use marijuana reported having sex 6 times on average during the past four weeks. however, women who used marijuana daily had sex 7.1 times on average men who did not use marijuana said they had sex an average of 5.6 times in the last four weeks compared with men who used marijuana daily reported having sex 6.9 times on average. the pharmalogical research journal recently published a study to determine the aphrodisiac potential of cannabis and found that 70 percent of people who smoke before sex experienced “enhancement in pleasure and satisfaction.” cannabis users report, incorporating the right strain, and dosage, increases sexual stamina and skill, awakens creativity, prolongs orgasms and intensifies the emotional bonding between partners. about 1 in 3 women find it difficult to orgasm during sex. next time you are feeling randy, try taking a few tokes off a joint dr. mitch earleywine, professor of psychology at the state university albany said “smoking cannabis affects the cb1 receptor in our brain, when this receptor is activated it improves tactile sensations and general euphoria.” psychiatrist, dr. lester grinspoon said that weed, “greatly enhances the sexual experience for many people. there’s no doubt that when people are high, they’re more sensitive to their sexual feelings and urges.” next time you’re planning your romantic adventure, shop for romance inducing strain of pot!
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