Green sesh at the college

It was time for some higher learning and some green education last week at Northern Lights College. 

Both the Star Bud and Herbal Goose were dropping dabs of information and passing around pot for people to sniff at, and examine in a very, very close up way.

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Matt Rivard and Kelly Smith respectively cut through the haze and cloud of misinformation as they guru’d their way through a 411 session on 420.

“Look for people and experts - there is no one answer to this, it’s so new,” said Rivard.

“There is so much to know.”

The pair passed around bongs full of bowls of information on terpene profiles and their importance in unlocking the raw power of cannabis - as well as the differencve between CBD and THC.

“It’s all about personal experience,” says Smith.

Both notes while cannabis is not a miracle plant, it does treat 100s of conditions - noting it can help regulate relax, eat, sleep, forget, and protect functions, and help with stress, emotion, memory, and inflammation.

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