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true, unfiltered stories on the highs and lows of life with cannabis.

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amanda

How I Learned To Socialize While High substituting cannabis for booze in an alcohol-soaked environment

Samantha

"cultivating your own stash seemed like something reserved for hardcore stoners, baby boomer hippies, aspiring dealers, or straight-up criminals."

Brianna

"I could see the dynamic in my home shifting, as my mental health and capacity increased, we all felt better."

woman sitting on fire escape stairs

Paloma

"...our goal is to help shape more honest conversations about cannabis."

man sitting on table in courtyard

Matt

"the conversation parents are having with their children about weed feels like a vast, uncharted sea of uncertainty."

woman with pink hair and glasses sitting on couch

Michelle

"my enthusiasm for cannabis continues to grow, but I rarely ever smoke it."

woman standing in a yard

Glynis

"the more we learn about how different strains have different levels of CBD and THC, the more research is needed into their physiological impact."

woman standing in wooded area

Natalie

"happiness is found in purpose, and that purpose has to come from stepping beyond the borders of ourselves."

Man standing with landscape in the background

Mike

"I was Black enough to fit some white kid’s definition of a dealer."

Woman sitting on bench in yellow sweater

Monica

"the vape pen ended up outlasting my relationship."

Woman sitting on a rug in a living room

Julie

"it was only as I embraced my own role as a mother that my views about cannabis relaxed."

woman with dark hair

Roslyn

"by living in the present, I could actually enjoy being alive."

Man sitting on a couch

Ben

"I know people get high and run, especially in the trails, but that isn’t for me."

Woman sitting on a bench

Shireen

"stigma about cannabinoids is very much about misinformation."

Man smiling in bedroom

John

"not every journey of discovery will lead inevitably to revelation."

Woman smiling in front of a plant

Kate

"this wellness vibe we’re putting out there, it just doesn’t resonate with me."

woman standing in alley

Sarah

"i never wanted to smoke or consume it in any form. people thought i was weak; uncool."

woman standing on sidewalk

Ama

"there are some days where i’ve felt strange for identifying as sober when i still turn to CBD... "

Man standing outdoors

Sam

"i no longer view cannabis as the fearful, brain-deadening substance i once did..."

Woman sitting on leather couch smiling

Elianna

"for the year and a half leading up to legalization, i wrote about cannabis full-time."

amanda

How I Learned To Socialize While High substituting cannabis for booze in an alcohol-soaked environment

Samantha

"cultivating your own stash seemed like something reserved for hardcore stoners, baby boomer hippies, aspiring dealers, or straight-up criminals."

Brianna

"I could see the dynamic in my home shifting, as my mental health and capacity increased, we all felt better."

woman sitting on fire escape stairs

Paloma

"...our goal is to help shape more honest conversations about cannabis."

man sitting on table in courtyard

Matt

"the conversation parents are having with their children about weed feels like a vast, uncharted sea of uncertainty."

woman with pink hair and glasses sitting on couch

Michelle

"my enthusiasm for cannabis continues to grow, but I rarely ever smoke it."

woman standing in a yard

Glynis

"the more we learn about how different strains have different levels of CBD and THC, the more research is needed into their physiological impact."

woman standing in wooded area

Natalie

"happiness is found in purpose, and that purpose has to come from stepping beyond the borders of ourselves."

Man standing with landscape in the background

Mike

"I was Black enough to fit some white kid’s definition of a dealer."

Woman sitting on bench in yellow sweater

Monica

"the vape pen ended up outlasting my relationship."

Woman sitting on a rug in a living room

Julie

"it was only as I embraced my own role as a mother that my views about cannabis relaxed."

woman with dark hair

Roslyn

"by living in the present, I could actually enjoy being alive."

Man sitting on a couch

Ben

"I know people get high and run, especially in the trails, but that isn’t for me."

Woman sitting on a bench

Shireen

"stigma about cannabinoids is very much about misinformation."

Man smiling in bedroom

John

"not every journey of discovery will lead inevitably to revelation."

Woman smiling in front of a plant

Kate

"this wellness vibe we’re putting out there, it just doesn’t resonate with me."

woman standing in alley

Sarah

"i never wanted to smoke or consume it in any form. people thought i was weak; uncool."

woman standing on sidewalk

Ama

"there are some days where i’ve felt strange for identifying as sober when i still turn to CBD... "

Man standing outdoors

Sam

"i no longer view cannabis as the fearful, brain-deadening substance i once did..."

Woman sitting on leather couch smiling

Elianna

"for the year and a half leading up to legalization, i wrote about cannabis full-time."

introducing the putting it bluntly podcast

there’s no “one way” to make cannabis a part of your life. And for a plant with such a long and colourful history, that means many unique and differing perspectives. Starting May 29th, our host, Sarah MacDonald, explores the highs and lows of life with cannabis through the eyes of our guests who discuss everything from intimacy to parenting to mental illness. Having never consumed cannabis, Sarah asks the burning questions we’ve all had about weed and uncovers the unfiltered, blunt truth.

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