Learn to think outside your cultural frame of reference.
We want to encourage patients to think critically about their cannabis consumption so we utilize it with the greatest success. Think critically about how you integrate cannabis into your world, because while the cultural and legal landscape is much improved an intensive commercialization has brought a whole lot of new concerns. Think critically about the cannabis products being marketed to you and make rational cost-benefit analysis. Part of the "miracle" of medical cannabis has been its cost and we think patients will have to be aware and fully actualize their rights to keep it that way. Be a cannabis critical thinker!
Pro-cannabis but anti-consumeristis the Green Buddha perspective. Anti-consumerism is a sociopolitical ideology that is opposed to mindless consumerism, the continual buying and consuming of material possessions. As we enter the "Greenru$h" era we hope to encourage patients to reflect carefully on the cannabis market. Green Buddha velieves there is an anti-intellectual sentiment in American culture and hopes that the increased cultural embrace of cannabis is done with eyes wide open. Our perspective is pro-cannabist but all anti-consumerist.
The essence of thinking critically is not centered on supplying answers but on asking questions - particularly the "why" question. For example, why is Cannabidiol considered the more "medical" cannabinoid and is that valid? Why is the lack of psychoactivity considered "better?" is it really so?
How has Washington State's legal cannabis rolled out compared to Oregon's? What is the price of Oregon's legal cannabis compared to Washington's legal cannabis? How will Orgeon's cheaper priced legal weed affect Washington State's I502 success?
What is the source's motivation and how knowledgable are they? Prime sources are the best and so is it when different sources agree. Websites where the sources are not cited are of little use. Be dubious of social media sources.
Find citations and actually read the original resource.
The internet is full of hearsay stories of people who claim to hear about other people being cured of their cancer by using concentrated hemp oil - otherwise known 'Rick Simpson Oil." If all these patents were cured of their cancer, where are all these people? Why have their cases not been documented by main stream science?
Who funded the project and how were the questions chosen, etc. All these considerations have massive influence. A poll by a group against the legalization of cannabis that asks "how do you feel about the dangers of marijuana?" is flawed from the beginning.