But after the kids have moved out and retirement has become a reality, many Baby Boomers are ready to give cannabis another try.
For those interested in re-hashing old times (pardon the pun), use these tips for Baby Boomers to try marijuana again.
Of course, for those who did take a hiatus from marijuana, starting back up again can be a bit unpredictable.
Because of the added strain on the cardiovascular system, marijuana is not recommended for those with heart problems; the increased strain could contribute to a heart attack or stroke, through research that either confirms or denies this is minimal. It can have profound effects on the body, both good and bad.
As you age, the chances of complications increase, but so too do the benefits.
If that works out, maybe the next time you can have a cup of coffee and a quickie.
A: Let your behavior make your intentions clear, declares Hetty Friedan, the author of Screw the Double Standard: Why Women Should Be Just as Obnoxious and Crude as Men.
Cannabis on dispensary shelves today is significantly more potent than it was in the 1960's and '70's.
To put it into perspective, the weed you remember probably had THC levels ranging from about 2-3% whereas strains today average well over 10% THC.Then you can wear the latest youthful styles and you wont look like your son or daughter. The notion that theres no free lunch does not apply when it comes to dating.Also, have an idea of what you'll be doing and where you'll be going, so you won't under- or overdress. A: Mack Truck, the author of Bed Em Dont Wed Em, says, A sense of humor can take you far in this caselaugh it off and your date probably will, too.If it doesnt feel natural, add some prunes to your diet. If you're likely to see this person againat a class, saywait it out a bit if that feels right. And remember, a date doesn't have to be a formal, four-hour affair.Getting together casually during the day is a great first date, so what could be easier than saying, Would you like to join me for a quickie cup of coffee?You don’t have to be in your 20’s to enjoy cannabis.