You’ve heard of Dry January, right? The month when people ditch booze for a fresh start to the new year. Well, there’s a new trend in town that’s taking sobriety to a whole new level. It’s called California Sober, and it’s all about swapping hard liquor for some good ol’ green.
What does it mean to be California Sober, you ask? Well, it depends on who you ask. Some people say it means giving up alcohol and other drugs, except for marijuana. Others say it means using alcohol and marijuana in moderation, while avoiding other substances. Either way, the idea is to cut out the stuff that makes you feel crappy and replace it with something that makes you happy.
Sounds pretty sweet, right? Well, not so fast. While some people swear by this lifestyle choice, others are not so convinced. For one thing, marijuana is still illegal on the federal level, so you might run into some legal trouble if you’re not careful.
So why do people do it? Well, some people say they do it for health reasons. They claim that marijuana helps them cope with stress, pain, insomnia and other conditions better than alcohol or other drugs. They also say that marijuana is more natural and less toxic than other substances. Some people also do it for spiritual reasons. They believe that marijuana or other psychedelics help them connect with themselves and the universe in a deeper way.
The bottom line is: California Sober is not a one-size-fits-all solution. It’s a personal choice that comes with benefits and risks. If you’re thinking of trying it out, make sure you do your research and consult with your doctor first. And remember: moderation is key. Don’t go overboard with anything that alters your mind or body. Stay safe and enjoy responsibly!