It’s time we address this controversial topic head on. Is there a link between cannabis and video game performance?
For many gamers, there’s no more relaxing, immersive, and enjoyable way to spend an evening than staying home with a joint or two and a good game. Videogames and cannabis are a match made in heaven, but that’s hardly news – videogames are designed to fascinate, and cannabis makes things extra fascinating, so it makes intuitive sense. But what is it, exactly, that makes this combo so much fun?
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Artificial intelligence is making a mark on the cannabis industry.
Artificial Intelligence is everywhere you look: from self-driving cars to voice-activated home assistants, we welcome automation into our lives in more ways than one. We’ve also integrated artificial intelligence into new ways of doing business, using data as a powerful industry driver to more effectively use resources and keep costs low.
Cannabis can boost divergent thinking, alter senses and perceptions, heighten imagination, and (for some users more than others) increase creativity. These effects make sitting around and watching cartoons more interesting, but they’re going to waste if that’s all you do. So, how do you make the most out of a high?
Meditation and weed can be a powerful combination.
As meditation becomes increasingly popular as a way to manage stress, aid in mindfulness and increase happiness, people are beginning to notice its remarkable effects on the body and mind. From wellness to physiological, mediation is known to have positive effects that extend to every part of life. Coupling that with cannabis, meditation can help expand your mind and help your body manage stress and other physiological responses.
Is there a connection between cannabis and creativity? We thinks yes.
Cannabis affects the body and mind in a complex way, and science is still working on unraveling all of its mechanisms. Pay attention to your body and consume conscientiously, and perhaps you can use it to unlock your true creative potential.