Odisha based HempCann Solutions Private Limited has chosen Bangalore’s vibrant start-up hub, Koramangala to launch Vedi Wellness Centre, the first of its many planned wellness centres, which will offer Ayurvedic Healthcare, Natural Bodycare products, Prescription Cannabis Medicines and Doctor Consultation. Expected to open for patients by the end of January, HempCann has spent the best … Continue reading HempCann Solutions To Launch India’s First Medical Cannabis Clinic In Bangalore
While we strongly encourage everyone to read the NDPS Act fully, we want to make it easier by specifying where to look for the clauses pertaining to cannabis/marijuana. We have interpreted their meaning and what it means for us, the general Indian public. Important words are highlighted in bold. Time to go deeper into the … Continue reading What Does the Indian National Drugs and Psychotropics (NDPS) Act Say With Respect to Cannabis/Marijuana?
Note: This post does not promote nor discourage the use of recreational marijuana in any way. The aim of this post is always, to educate and inform. While a lot has been said about cannabis and its benefits, its evils and everything in between, not a lot has been said about the users themselves, their … Continue reading A Request To Every Indian Marijuana User
Note: This post does not promote nor discourage the use of 'recreational' cannabis in any way. The aim of this post is as always, to educate and inform. Cannabis has been an integral part of India's ancient medical system, the Ayurveda, although it also makes a reference to its recreational aspect, classifying it as 'sub-poisonous', … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why 2020 Could Be The Year Of Reckoning For Cannabis In India
Note: This post does not promote the use of any cannabis product in India that does not posses the necessary quality certifications, benchmarks and guidelines as laid down by the respective ministries of the government of India. Let's answer something basic first to clear a few misconception out of the way. Which are the different … Continue reading Where Can You Buy Medical Cannabis Products In India
Note: The aim of this post is as always, to educate and inform. This post is intended for everyone in the world, but primarily for the Indian youth population. Youth here, defined as men, women, boys and girls from the ages of 15 to 35. BOOM! As we draw down towards the beginning of the … Continue reading The New Indian Manifesto
Disclaimer: This post does not promote the use of recreational cannabis (marijuana) in any way. The purpose, as always is to educate and inform the complexities involved in making decisions that have a bearing on the lives of millions of individuals. To invoke a bit of philosophy to begin with, India's problems are unique and … Continue reading The Case For Medical Marijuana In India
Sins had been on the receiving end of a verbal onslaught a few hours ago. Not because he had chosen to listen meekly, but rather because he had chosen to listen with respect. Everybody deserved to be heard. Everybody deserved a chance to speak. In return all one could ask for from oneself was the … Continue reading The Complexity Of Legalizing Marijuana In India and the Prevalence of Naysayers
The last time he had consumed marijuana, he had continued to do so for the next ten days, forsaking work, settled as he was, sprawled across a comfortable couch, reading books and blogs, writing long letters to his beloved, in front of a smart television, that served as a twin interface for traditional television channels … Continue reading How Urban Marijuana Users Can’t Help But Consume
Sins was twenty-four years old and looked so. He had never heard about meditation one month before June, 2019. In the sense, he had been under the impression that rites, rituals, chanting, deities, human or imaginary, spiritual experiences and meditation were all tools, methods and techniques to calm the human mind through belief and sustained … Continue reading Why You Should Give A Fair Trial To Vipassana Meditation
India is a vast country of an approximate area of 3.287 million square kilometres governed by 29 states and 7 union territories. India's constitution recognizes 22 official languages. The country is very diverse, in the sense that it is home to multiple food cuisines, music and dance forms. The country is also home to a … Continue reading Marijuana Raids In India In The Last 24 Hours
He didn't realize the enormity of the situation. Two hours before he was scheduled to meet the local politician, Sins had heard from his sources, that the politician had been kidnapped, murdered through multiple stab wounds and his body had been thrown face down into a low lying drain. Sins had reached the spot to … Continue reading The Chronicles of Sins and Starr
Late last night, as he was about to fling his body towards his mattress, he decided it was too hot and hence, a warm shower was in order. Everyone deserved a warm shower at the end of a day, like a loner who deserved the pleasure of company. The dim light inside his bathroom flickered … Continue reading The Murder of Innocence.
As a regular college marijuana smoker four years ago, I experimented with a multitude of things - the peddlers themselves, who kept appearing and disappearing at will, basis market forces, the quality of the ganja, which varied depending on the peddler and his source, it sometimes looked as black as coal, being laced with the … Continue reading 10 Websites in India That Sell Bongs
Before getting to the gist of today's article, as I've done a few times before, it is important to educate and create awareness as to why the industrial lobby (in the USA, where else, the root of all evil), in the pursuit of their chemical-driven cornucopia of dreams, sought to undermine the properties of hemp … Continue reading Stoners, Accept Hemp Based Apparel In India.
"What the hell has he given us dude?!?", screamed my colleague at me, for no fault of mine, because I didn't even know what he was yelling about. His tone wasn't exasperated, it was disappointment mixed with dread, although what he was talking about was Ganja, cannabis, marijuana, the holy herb, the plant, and disappointment … Continue reading Indian Ganja Users Need Better Grow Quality At Better Prices.
I love my generation, not that I despise or frown on previous ones or the coming ones who're becoming of legal age. The last eight months have been an eye-opener. I moved back to Bangalore for my job, returning back after a year of having left, completing my engineering, staying with friends in rented accommodations … Continue reading Going Back To Our Roots: The Second Green Revolution – The Story Of How Indian Ganja Became Mainstream again.
Suddenly he had clarity. The same blessed feeling he had had when he read his first novel, a Jeffrey Archer authored, called Kane and Abel, when he had been eleven years old. He had picked it up after having finished reading the Harry Potter installment's sixth edition, The Half-Blood Prince. His head felt as if … Continue reading Remember the Lord
Sins hated the feeling of wasted effort with all his heart. Although, he couldn't quantify or express the heartfelt angst that tore through his body from time to time when things didn't go the way he so desired, he was sure that whenever his workload increased his effort with no visible progress, he would feel … Continue reading The Tag of an Introvert
Sins had formed a new habit, whereby as soon as he woke up, he undressed, and stand under the icy cold shower for a duration of exactly two minutes, feeling the numb pulsating waves of sleep disappearing from his mind, and the day ahead getting brighter in focus. A 750 ml gulp of water in … Continue reading The Achiever Habit
Sins felt sick as he introspected the political climate of his country currently, and wasn't surprised. Increasingly, day after day, month after month, and now four years past the installment of a political party of nincompoops to the highest seats of power in the country, hate, violence and misogyny, coupled with a sense of dismay … Continue reading The Government In His Dreams
Sins reached the city of Mysuru in Karnataka state at the crack of dawn, tagging along with a friend who was driving an old, withered bike, which threatened and looked to fall apart any moment. They had borrowed the bike from a second-hand dealer, promising the man that his share in the consignment would be … Continue reading The Personal God
Words couldn't describe Malcolm's state of mind. It wasn't shock. It wasn't angst, or sorrow or agony or any of the usual synonyms for occasions which caused distress, but rather a mixture of hate and peculiarity mired with a weird sense of confusion. His opposite numbers, two men and a woman he had been having … Continue reading The Rant of A Gentleman
Malcolm was an odd one. He did not possess the required social skills to make anyone feel like continuing a steady conversation with him, not for lacking good content, but emitting a vibe of awkwardness which sometimes felt toxic at best. Needless to say, he hated it. He was great on the phone: calls, texts, … Continue reading Rants, Facts and Objectivity
Sins wept in silence. For the umpteenth time that day, he tried to sweep his feelings under an imaginary rug, but he couldn't. He couldn't come to terms with the amount of effort that it took to create value, and then watch it disintegrate right it front of his eyes, helpless and powerless at the … Continue reading The Joy of Problems
"Anarchy. Disarray. This is the world today", a drunk Sins told the woman he had met at the bar an hour back. The woman stared at him in slight amusement. The conversation had taken an interesting turn a couple of minutes back, morphing into the behaviour of the society that they were a part of, … Continue reading Bitter Bar
Starr wasn't feeling well. Attributing it to the sudden change in temperature outside, she trudged morosely, without any feelings of productivity towards the kitchen to wolf down the three pieces of cheese burst pizza left over from last night. She couldn't find her phone, and it bothered her for some reason, probably the absence of … Continue reading The Story of Starr
Malcolm entered the room, his head spinning wildly. The last time he had drunk this much before was exactly seven months ago, on the occasion of his best friend's wedding. Not that he had liked to go, but only because she had asked him to come. After all, they had been extremely close, lovers even, … Continue reading Outmuscled and Broken
Malcolm dreamed about progress. He felt the framework of a vision, the vision for his future, a bright, brilliant and secure future, one where leisure, fun and frolic were a given, with food, nature and sex in plenty. He dreamed about it so often, that he had once masturbated to the vision, with the scenes … Continue reading Progressive Addiction
Sins stayed in a bungalow. It had been bought by his grandfather twenty-five years ago, and was twenty kilometres from the outskirts of the main city. Sins was brought up here. His childhood was happy and gay, as he would frolic from one part of the house to another, ending in the vacant plot of … Continue reading Educated, Privileged and Elite