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Weed as a sacrament
    #2215331 - 01/02/04 05:52 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

weed i think is the most commonly abused of the 'psychadelic drugs' (it is considerd one isnt it?) because it is so forgibving and so fun theres a noteable tendency to use very frequently and heavily, and tolerance increases to the point that the trip is sadly degenerated from its potential.

Think about your first ever weed trips compared to how high you get now. I used to have intense full out hallucinations, mad experiences. FOr a while i smoked so much that i was high almost all the time but the high basiically felt like being half asleep with a head ache. For a while i experimented with the idea of quiting entirely, but instead i have come to a perfect medium

WEed as a sacrament, a ritual , a prayer. I wait untill 4:20 pm everyday to smoke and then smoke only then. I get VERY high again, and dfeelm ore happy and clear headed over all. HAs anyone else found a good ritual for smoking your weed or when you get high? my dad takes a hit on his pipe (that he stole from my buddy) and then he cleans the whole house. I often say 'i get to smoke a bowl as soon as i finish my homework, or clean my room, or work out' and then i stay productive and happily stoned. WHat works for you?

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Re: Weed as a sacrament [Re: PHARMAKOS]
    #2215339 - 01/02/04 05:56 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)


responsible drug abuse.hehe

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Re: Weed as a sacrament [Re: PHARMAKOS]
    #2215415 - 01/02/04 06:32 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

If you were going to "sacramentalize" weed, I think you should do it just once or twice a week, so as to make it "Holier."

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