Splint and Jay’s weekly podcast. This week episode is ” A Stoner’s Journey – The Beginning”
A brand new stoner-dedicated show by Splint and Jay from Smoking Joker who answers questions submitted from the public on Stoner’s Forum – Sign up for FREE and submit your questions!
In this first episode, the Duo starts off the sessions with some Moon Rock and initiated a community potcast tradition. In Today’s episode, they talk about ‘Coming out of the Stoner Closet’ and the human right violation of cannabis prohibition.
So sit back, relax and spark a doob…A Stoner’s Journey Starts Here!
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What’s good stoners! This is Jay & Splint coming to you with another episode of A Stoner’s Journey. Today we’re talking about Weed Myths, which was a question submitted by the user Wesley Pipes on ForumDeStoners. If you want to drop us a line, simply hit us up on the forum. We check it everyday.
So what about weed myths? How did they come to be?
Today we’ll be talking about three particular weed myths and have decided we’ll do a follow up episode on this one a few episodes further down.
Weed Myths 1 – Cannabis Users are Criminal
The first myth we tackle is the one about how marijuana users tend to be more criminal in their behavior. We go through the reasons how this myth came to be and dispute it with facts.
Weed Myths 2 – Demotivational Syndrome
The next myth we talk about is a common one. Smoke weed and you’ll become lazy. We go through the profile of the average stoner in terms of jobs, annual income and why a change in perspective might be seen as being “demotivated”.
Weed Myths 3 – Gateway Theory
This is probably one of the more known myths out there. We dispute the gateway theory myth with actual facts, statistics and consumption rates, pre and post legalization.
As always, thanks for tuning in and hearing us out. For more about our other projects, check us out on Smoking Joker and be sure to submit your questions on Forum De Stoners. We might be thinking of opening up a twitter so you guys can get in touch with us directly.
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What’s going on guys! Welcome to another episode of A Stoner’s Journey. This episode Splint & Jay talk about Quality Weed and Home Growing for both newbies and experts alike. Being one of their longer potcasts, this episode is bound to provide you with some real insights from analyzing a bad sack of weed and an awesome one!
Understanding What is and What is not Quality Weed
The duo starts off with talking about what is bad quality weed. They talk about smells, seeds, leaves, curing and drying. Splint & Jay cover the basics that everyone should know about spotting a bad bag of weed.
They also speak about how “brick weed” is going extinct and that over the next five to ten years people won’t really be exposed to bad weed anymore. Nonetheless, for those who still have to cipher through bad sacks of weed, Splint & Jay provide insight on how you can spot what is bad.
Conversely, they also talk about quality weed. What makes a baggy be worth every dollar you are spending on it. From the terpene profile, to the bud compression, resin and much more, Jay and Splint walk you through what you need to know about getting premium cannabis.
What’s going to happen to the underground?
Jay believes that the black market weed will never go truly away. While cannabis might become legal for folks older than 21, there is still a demographic that will consume illegally. While these kids won’t buy their weed from cartels anymore, they would in all likeliness buy from other people who are selling in their communities.
The legal market is beating the illegal market. This means, that eventually all “illegal” crops will be locally sourced.
Growing your own quality weed
Eventually the two start talking about growing your own weed at home. They talk you through the basics for CFL growing, provide tips for keeping it discreet and makes the case why every stoner should at least once grow their own bud at home.
They also talk about a few crops that blew their minds away. To hear it all, just click play!
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What’s going on Stoners!
Splint & Jay is back with a new episode on “A Stoner’s Journey”. We’ve now finally hit 15 episodes and going strong. Thanks to all the people who have been listening and seeing that the last episode we almost hit 600 views, we’re dumbfounded.
Today, Splint & Jay will talk about Cannabis and Depression…
Cannabis and Depression – Is there a Link?
Some people believe that cannabis causes depression. The problem with this is that there is no scientific evidence to back it up. Rather, what we have found is that depressive people tend to use cannabis as a form of self-medication.
Splint talks a bit about his own depression and how cannabis has helped him in the past. Jay provides some tips on how to fight depression using cannabis, and how to shift your perspective to start living a life worth living.
Cannabis and Depression – How does it help?
As Splint explains in the episode, cannabis provides a window for depressive people to make a choice to be happy. Depression is an everyday battle and one must choose “happy.”
Cannabis provides you with a small window to make this decision. To see things from a different perspective. To get outside of your own head for a minute.
This is often more than enough to provide people with the insight to change their outlook within this world. Furthermore, Jay talks about how you can do a simple exercise to change your perception.
Cannabis and Depression is a topic that has been discussed for decades, however today Jay and Splint provides you with additional insight on how to practically address the issue.
Thanks again for listening to our episodes. We’re always working on providing you with more quality cannabis content and if you want to submit a question you can do it on ForumDeStoners or on Twitter @Stoner_Journey.
Hit us up there whenever you want to chat. We’re accepting more topic requests currently and would love to have some feedback from you guys.
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