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We know that's shocking, especially coming from us, but it's true.  Somewhere along the way, cannabis got a bad rap, and we demand answers.

It started almost a century ago with fear-driven propaganda. The government says consuming cannabis leads to "wild parties" and "unleashed passions."  We say, where do we sign up?  

But in an M. Night Shyamalan plot twist, an underground following spilled into Hollywood with (hilarious) movies like Pineapple Express, helping to pave the way for normalizing cannabis while unfortunately instilling the "stoner" stereotype along the way.

These days, things are looking up.  With states legalizing at a rate faster than our Botox cycle, advocates like Jennifer Aniston and Meryl Streep are speaking out to elevate cannabis' reputation.  Discreet, high-quality products are lifting cannabis from a grungy pastime to a lifestyle addition for health and wellness. 

But we're not out of the woods yet.  Even though a majority of Americans support legalization, opponents are pushing messages resembling the propaganda from almost a century ago.  If it wasn't so hilarious, it would be downright terrifying.

The tides are shifting as we continue to discover the positive effects of cannabis on our health and wellness.  If you have any lingering questions or doubts, drop us a line.  We have the facts, not the #fakenews

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