Cannabis Censorship Do you find content showing consumption of cannabis offensive? Why do an abundance of media companies think they need to protect the public or that coverage of cannabis ruins their reputation? Simple questions, but far from simple answers. I aim to reverse this censorship. So I want to highlight content from two "OG" cannabis content creators - meet Mark Schulze and Patty Mooney and their company Crystal Pyramid Productions. Patty initially was optimistic about coming out of the closet ... "Thanks to the esteemed 75-year-old publication, San Diego Magazine and its helmspersons, power couple Claire and Troy Johnson, for opening minds and pages to cannabis as medicine as well as social lubricant. Thanks to The Plant Lady also known here on Substack as a self-proclaimed Cannabitch (which makes me giggle) for encouraging us to pry Mark and me all the way out of the stultifying Green Closet. It validates my feeling that Mark and I (Patty) were born 50 years ahead of our time. Just saying." But then San Diego Magazine pulled out. (Read the article.) Patty and Mark (most talented filmmakers) have a simple mission - to shed light on the transformative potential of cannabis. They have produced a number of interviews, documentaries, and stories that dig deep into the science, history, and cultural impact of cannabis, uncovering the many facets of cannabis and its therapeutic qualities. This research and documenting culminates in their movie - "NECTARBALL: The Story of Cannabis - Healing Mind, Body and Planet - - which reveals compelling stories of individuals whose lives have been profoundly transformed by the medical benefits of cannabis. #stopcensorship #cannabis

Posted by Steve Goldner at 2024-03-29 12:27:09 UTC