We’re a couple of medical marijuana patients who have been using cannabis for years, though it’s only been “cannabis” for a couple years now. We still tend to use the words we’ve been using for decades like weed, pot, and even the politically incorrect marijuana. Understandably, some are offended by these old school terms, but please understand that to us, these words represent a lifestyle and health choice that’s been in our daily lives for decades.
Up here in Maine, we were blessed to have a relatively safe, drug cartel/gang-free black market for longer than either of us have been around. Legalization trends, medical and recreational, are making it possible for more people in Maine and elsewhere to access our beloved plant. However, this increased interest and access have created an influx of cannabis-based products and tons of information where there used to be none. It’s kind of like a new wild west, in a sense.
So, what’s good and what’s bad in this changing climate? We don’t necessarily know, but we love to talk about it and hope you do too. That’s the Jabbah part. The Jibbah part is because we grew up calling joints jibbahs. We want JibbahJabbah.com to be a forum were it’s normal to talk about weed, especially medicinal and daily use. Our mission is to share good information and the experiences of people who use and/or work with our beloved plant.
We place a strong value on the empowerment that can come with the choice to incorporate our beloved plant into daily life. This empowerment can be found in understanding and using cannabis as a medicine or even in learning how to grow it. As Dr. Dustin Sulak said to us in an interview, cannabis isn’t only for sick people; it’s also for healthy people to stay healthy.
Our cannabis content is a community conversation, not medical or legal advice, though, and it’s intended for adults. It’s a conversation for average folks, not celebrities or big shots. Media is inundated with those conversations already. Our content is your content. Let’s Jibbah Jabbah!