Roger Boyd wanted to shatter the stereotype of the lazy cannabis consumer, so the 38-year-old marketing executive from Bristol, UK, decided to do something about it. Over the past two years, he biked from the Northern English city of Newcastle and finished in Queensland, Australia, cycling through countries such as France, Spain, Italy, Serbia, Greece and India.
Thanks to an enterprising team eying an opportune time to capitalize on the legalization of adult-use cannabis in Canada, golfers in Ontario can now shoot nine or 18 holes while freely enjoying two of their pastimes, in tangent. Could this move open the doors to other sports embracing cannabis on the court, ice, field or pitch?
You may have heard cannabis-loving friends recount strange tales of enjoying a puff of indica or sativa after a big meal to help manage feelings of stomach discomfort. Beyond those anecdotal reports, there is evidence that cannabis can be used to combat nausea, with the topic on the minds of researchers across Canada.
When someone new to the cannabis community thinks of the typical smoker, they might visualize an unhealthy fat pothead who does nothing but munch of on chips and down ice cream bars. That’s far from the truth, as numerous researchers have proven, and a recent study has even found that cannabis users have a lower risk of having diabetes, heart disease or stroke.
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