Craig Gross Has Just Launched a New Cannabis Category "Spiritual"

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Is cannabis a sin?

One of the more common reservations we hear from our christian friends is the conviction and conditioning around altering one’s state of mind. Modern christianity has preached for generations that altered states of consciousness are sinful or evil.

One of the more common reservations we hear from our christian friends is the conviction and conditioning around altering one’s state of mind. Modern christianity has preached for generations that altered states of consciousness are sinful or evil.

While we have great respect for the teachings of the church, through experience of our own and many other friends that have also had profound spiritual experiences with the aid of cannabis, we stand firmly that the condition on the heart is king as far as discerning if cannabis consumption is “right” or “wrong.”

We believe that if your desire to consume cannabis stems from emotional wounding that you are trying to stuff or ignore; or if you consume to disconnect from yourself or the people around you; or if your consumption becomes problematic in one way or another, then the condition of your heart is not in alignment to healing, wellness and connection to God.

Only you know the condition of your heart and your relationship with God.

Is using cannabis like using alcohol?

No. Although we don’t recommend driving a car or operating machinery with cannabis in your system, cannabis increases your awareness of yourself and the experience of those around you.

No. Although we don’t recommend driving a car or operating machinery with cannabis in your system, cannabis increases your awareness of yourself and the experience of those around you. Even when used recreationally, cannabis does not create an experience of intoxication like alcohol or feelings of being out of control. The “high” that you feel when you consume cannabis is an elevated state of consciousness that facilitates an experience of more connectedness, compassion and euphoria.

Can you use without being high?

Yes, there are many products available that contain low amounts or zero THC (THC is the compound in cannabis that creates the sensation of being “high”.) Your goals and why you want to consume cannabis are key factors in determining what type of product will be best for you.

Yes, there are many products available that contain low amounts or zero THC (THC is the compound in cannabis that creates the sensation of being “high”.) Your goals and why you want to consume cannabis are key factors in determining what type of product will be best for you. There is no “one-size-fits-all” approach to cannabis. The only way to know for sure is through a process of trial and error. If you are skeptical or hesitant to try cannabis, we highly recommend starting with a CBD-isolate product that has little to no THC in it.

What is being high?

The sensation or intensity of being high varies from person to person and depends greatly on the product and dose you consume. In general, being high feels a bit like a relaxed but euphoric presence.

The sensation or intensity of being high varies from person to person and depends greatly on the product and dose you consume. In general, being high feels a bit like a relaxed but euphoric presence. You may feel sensations in your body like tingles or shimmers, and you may find that things/people are funnier than usual. Your brain tends to take in more stimulus through the senses, so it’s possible that sounds are louder, colors are brighter, and food tastes better. You may find yourself in an expression of silliness, or playfulness or you may even fall into deep thought and reflection. Sometimes it can feel unpleasant if you accidentally over consume or are in an environment that you do not feel comfortable in. Click here for some simple tricks to reduce the intensity of your experience if and when you have had a little too much.

Can I use it just for fun?

We hope you will! Click here for lots of helpful information about our position on using cannabis for recreation.

We hope you will! Click here for lots of helpful information about our position on using cannabis for recreation.

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