CLASS IS NOW IN SESSION:

By: Kenya Brantley

As a former teacher, I feel it is our duty to teach some people in our community a small, yet powerful, trait – CLASS – Derived from the word “classic” (male gender), or “classy” (female gender).

Men, fellas, dudes, bros: HERBBOXX is not here to preach, but there are some DO’S and DON’T’S. As much as “don’t’s” may not be a word and should not be used in a grad school essay or job report, that’s how much you should NOT do these 3 things. HERBBOXX is not going to say you should not do them, but you show a lack of class if you do.

1. Condoning and participating in a “Sausage Party”. What is a “Sausage Party”? If you don’t know, then you have probably participated in one or many, sadly. If you are over the age of 28, it’s so not cool. A “Sausage

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SMOKING & DRINKING

By: Kenya Brantley From a high stakes Blackjack game, to a world champion boxing or UFC match, a great combination can hit with the same power and gusto. Yes, I just used the word gusto! It’s all about a great combination. An Ace with a King or Queen, or even better a left-right combination from Bad, Bad Leroy Brown or Anthony Pettis, the combination of smoking & drinking is a very important combination. HERRBOXX is here to help you train to serve the right one-two punch. Here are 3 essential combinations. 1.) Cannabis + Water/Juice or Smoothie: HERRBOXX wants you to always think of your health first, so good purified water (Benefits of water, also read “The True Power of Water by Masaru Emoto) should be consumed throughout your day, even when smoking. If you want to feel much closer with nature with your Cannabis, using Vita-mix or the Omega
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From Sanctification to Demonetization – A Short History of Hemp Products in America

By Sam Orr

Until the 20th century, there was no debate about the value of hemp and its derivatives. They used paper made from hemp to print the King James Bible and cloth made from hemp to sew the American flag. Doctors routinely prescribed medicines made from hemp oil to treat a variety of illnesses. Although the plant was freely available and the authorities actually encouraged its cultivation, there was never a drug problem, real or imagined, associated with its use. What changed and why?

The beginning of the end came for both hemp fiber and medical marijuana in 1930 with the formation of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics. During his first years of tenure, the director of the FBN, Harry J. Anslinger was more interested in creating and enforcing laws related to the distribution and use of opiates. In 1934, however, he changed his tune and under his orders,

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