Netflix now sells marijuana! Netflix partnered with a dispensary, Alternative Herbal Health Services, or AHHS, to distribute 12 strains of marijuana based on 10 of its shows: Disjointed, Lady Dynamite, BoJack Horseman, Orange Is the New Black, Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, Mystery Science 3000: The Return, Arrested Development, Grace and Frankie, Chelsea and Santa Clarita Diet.


As the marijuana business starts to professionalize, players are emerging who want to create multinational franchises and empires, in effect, building the Starbucks or McDonald’s of ganja.

Marijuana is gaining ground the world over, having recently been legalized in numerous states in the United States. Even though it is described as one cure for many ailments, there are some subtle nuances that make it more like a multitude of cures.

Marijuana comes in two overarching varieties- sativa and indica. Under these two varieties are numerous strains, each of which produces different results to treat different ailments. Sativa produces a cerebral high that allows the user to have energy and mental clarity. Indica produces a calming and sedating body high, allowing for relaxation.

Different strains of sativa can be used to treat stress, pain, depression, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Hybrids of the two varieties can be used to treat stress, depression, pain…

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  1. Unless the annual contest for eating Nathan’s hot dogs is considered a sporting event, there will be no breaking of records of athletic events in the near future.


  2. I do think it is highly looked down upon when I tell people I smoke for my PTSD. Well, it really is my medicine. And even if it wasn’t, it is great for anxiety, and so many medical studies have proven the effects of marijuana can literally change a person, or help them get off hard-core drugs. Also, I really like these pictures. I love reading about the new news in Marijuana, and Netflix? Pretty shocking. Tell me more!


  3. Thanks for commenting, Seattle. I haven’t been to any marijuana outlooks in Washington, but I have been to one in Portland. I was looking for some CBD oil for a friend with brain cancer (who’s in remission now thanks to the CBD oil). I guess what impressed me the most was the rapid innovation in delivery systems. As a doctor, I’ve always been concerned about potential lung damage from smoking cannabis. With all the new products on the market, you don’t have to smoke it any longer.


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