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 going on stoners! We’re back with another episode of A Stoner’s Journey and today we’re talking about Alcohol vs Cannabis. This debate has been going on for ages and today Splint and Jay talk about their personal experiences with both, especially after they had a run in with alcohol recently.
A Stoners Journey is all about showing the world that cannabis users are coherent, even if they are under the influence. The show is designed to challenge your thinking and engage in a conversation about the versatile world of cannabis.
Alcohol Vs Cannabis – What do we know?
Splint & Jay take on the Alcohol vs Cannabis debate by outlining the differences between the two including facts of deaths related to the substances. Of course, cannabis has claimed absolutely no lives…ever, whereas alcohol kills about 88,000 people in the U.S alone. Additionally, alcohol has been linked to roughly 40% of all violent crimes. This is something that you don’t see with cannabis.
You won’t get a hangover with cannabis. You won’t ever get “bear goggles with cannabis”. These are only a few of the differences between the two, the entire episode has much more value. Just give it a listen!
Alcohol vs Cannabis: Which is worse
It all depends from the perspective you are looking from. In terms of health, cannabis poses a lesser risk to the user. However, if you’re looking at it through the perspective of morality. There is no difference at all. If you are a free individual, you should be allowed to put whatever into your own body as long as you don’t infringe on the freedoms of others. It’s a simple rule to follow and can be applied to all drugs.
Splint and Jay wrap up the entire potcast with a call to action to all people, “Let’s not discriminate because of substance choices.” This is something that we should all adapt, whether we smoke weed or drink booze. Nobody should be judged by their consumption choices.
But enough of that…just listen to the potcast and you’ll know what we’re talking about. As always, be sure to check out our other projects at Smoking Joker and be sure to follow us on all our social media channels!Post Views: 963
What’s good folks! This is Jay and Splint here coming to you with another episode of A Stoner’s Journey. Today we talk about CBD in general, but also did a side rant on cancer. For those of you are suffering medical conditions, we’ll be talking you through how cannabidiol can help you.
A Bit About CBD
Before we jump into the full section, here’s a quick recap about what is cannabidiol.
- It’s a cannabinoid
- It’s non-psychoactive
- It helps against seizure disorders
- helps diminish anxiety
- helps with depression
- Could be derived from the Hemp plant or the Cannabis plant
Splint & Jay talks about their personal experience with cannabidiol, specifically in relation to how it helped them with their sleep issues, smoking and much more! You could read this or simply hit play.
Cancer and CBD
Splint and Jay also talk about the effects of CBD and THC in relation to cancer. They talk about the origins of cancer, how both of these interact with cancer cells and some real world tips on how you can effectively fight your cancer as well.
Cannabinoids are an essential human need, after you hear this podcast, you too will be convinced that you need both THC and CBD in your life.
To see more of our projects you can always check out Smoking Joker, or follow us on our various social media channels. For Question, always submit them at ForumDeStoners and get in touch! We hope you’re having a good day while listening to it and will see you next Thursday for the next episode of A Stoner’s Journey.
As always, keep on smoking those jokers and if you can, start using some CBD and let us know in the forum how it went.
Until Next time!
Let your bowls overflow and Happy Tokes!Post Views: 1,050
What’s going on stoners! Welcome back to another Episode of “A Stoner’s Journey”. Today your hosts, Jay and MJ talk about weed introspection – is it a thing? While this might sound like a broad topic, the hosts actually touch base on some very interesting points.
Jay mentions in the episode that since he started smoking weed, he’s been undergoing a process of becoming ‘less stuck up’ about his ideas. He started taking a moment to look at things from a different perspective and thus entered into a cycle of introspection, questioning his own beliefs and so forth. There are many other cannabis users that have gone through the same process. In fact, even Reddit has a full on thread dedicated to this topic.
The fact of the matter is that when you smoke weed it shifts your perspective slightly, allowing you to view things in a different light. This is particularly one of the ideas that both MJ and Jay discuss in details within the podcast.
Does Weed Introspection work with everyone?
Obviously, this isn’t an exact science and considering that we’re talking about consciousness and the interpretation of reality, we can’t say this applies to everyone. However, the vast majority of the people who have smoked weed for elongated periods of time know that cannabis and introspection go together like peanut butter and jelly. There’s just something about the “high state” that allows one to enter easily into a state of inner reflection.
Tomorrow we’ll be uploading another episode since we got backed up over the past week, but don’t worry, from this week we should be back on track.
Thanks for tuning in again and we hope you learned something new with cannabis and introspection.
Until next time…Happy Tokes!Post Views: 1,434