In honor of the 4/20 holiday, the Safer Mom team has put together a list of 4 ways you can safely celebrate this year.
Because of a marijuana prohibition law, you may not have access to legal cannabis for your cannabis-positive celebration. But, that doesn’t mean that you have to pop sleeping pills! To celebrate the 4/20 holiday, you don’t have to be doped up on prescription meds. Use some of these safer alternatives to get the same effects:It’s hard to believe that around this time last year, many of us were just beginning to adjust to the passive lifestyle we were forced to lead as a result of the pandemic. This year is looking better, as a Pew Research poll shows that 91% of Americans support the legalization of marijuana. Because this 20. April is going to be so much sunnier than the past that many of us will take advantage of it to celebrate in style. Here are four ways to keep it safe.
Exchange a joint for an edible
Photo by Elsa Olofsson via Unsplash Although many people prefer the good old-fashioned joint, cannabis infusions are very popular this year, and there’s no sign of a slowdown. As consumers seek to protect their lungs, sales of edibles have doubled, with chewing gum leading the way with more than half of the edible market. Cakes, cookies and chocolates are also popular. You can join this trend by simply replacing beer with a drink containing cannabis. APPROPRIATE: Why cannabis operators expect record numbers of 420 despite fears of coronavirus Although THC is soluble in alcohol, it is illegal in the United States to combine alcohol and cannabis, so water-based drinks prevail.
Catch up on missed birthday parties with Birthjay
As the industry reaches the $20 billion mark, there are more and more ways to incorporate cannabis into everyday celebrations. Make up for all of 2020’s unsung birthdays this year with an oversized box of donuts and a free Birthjay – a festive seal for the holidays with a candle for an appropriate welcome. The jars come empty and it’s up to you to decide what to fill them with. To keep your joint from getting covered in icing, a cake pin is inserted into it. The company has partnered with DK’s Donuts, a Los Angeles baking legend known for its fancy combinations, such as. For example, a croissant-donut hybrid or a waffle-donut hybrid. Outside of California, you can always order Birthjays through their website or Amazon.
Be smart when you go out with your friends
Photo: monkeybusinessimages/Getty Images Now that 50 percent of Americans have received at least one COVID vaccine, music and other festivals are announcing their dates and people are eager to get together. COVID has increased the popularity of marijuana: Sales of first-time marijuana buyers have increased significantly. Unlike last year, you can throw 420 social parties to celebrate the big holiday. But if you decide to go that route, there are safer ways to prevent the spread of germs. First, make sure you meet the CDC requirements. Suggest different ways to consume, and if you must blow wind, do it wisely. Glass jars and bongs are a breeding ground for germs and contain more bacteria than a public toilet seat. Just as we wear protective masks or stoop to an elbow strike instead of a handshake, we need to find an alternative. APPROPRIATE: How do you safely share weed during a pandemic? Sharing a joint with friends has been a common social activity for as long as we have used cannabis. If you will be around smokers in the near future, take your personal MouthPeace with you just to be sure. MouthPeace by Moose Labs is a physician-approved germicide designed for joints, vape pens or glass devices. MouthPeace not only creates a hygienic barrier, but also protects your lungs.
Registration for election
Photo FatCamera/Getty Images This is an important year for marijuana legalization. Currently, about 43% of the U.S. population lives in a state where marijuana is legal for recreational use, and four states have legalized recreational marijuana in the past two months. If you want your voice to be heard on this issue, it’s now or never as legalization in the country becomes increasingly likely. General: Whether you’re planning to party with good friends or spend a cozy evening on the couch, don’t give up hope. Who knows, maybe next year we’ll light the joints to celebrate legalization across the country!
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I do for 4/20 this year?
Marijuana legalization has been a hot topic for the past few years, especially during 4/20, a.k.a. “420.”. Marijuana advocates have pushed for legal recreational use of the drug, while opponents argue that it’s a gateway drug that leads to heroin addiction and worse. But what do experts say about the long-term effects of consuming cannabis? For many, 4/20 is a day of celebration. Those who pledge allegiance to the cannabis culture gather to smoke, to enjoy the company of friends, to delight in the company of cannabis. And for some of them, it’s also a day to remember the harsh consequences of breaking federal marijuana laws.
What should I smoke on 420?
Since the legalization of Marijuana in Colorado, many people have wondered what to do with all the extra weed they have, which is a lot. The best thing is to give it away to your friends and family. After all, why throw it away when it can be so much more fun to give it away? There are a few words associated with marijuana that you want to avoid when it comes to celebrating the 4/20 holiday in the community. One of those words is “fungible”, which is the word we use to describe the “like, like, like” of a drug. Anything can be sold for the same price, whether the drug is weed, heroin, or Molly. That’s why this is such a dangerous time of the year.
What is the thing with 420?
Marijuana is a popular drug of choice for many Americans. And as is the case with many popular drugs, there is a lot of misinformation out there about the health effects of marijuana. Here are 4 facts about marijuana you may not have the facts about. Marijuana has been a part of many cultures around the world for thousands of years. Ancient Chinese wrote about the properties of marijuana, and its use was prevalent in religious and ceremonial ceremonies for millennia.