Current best sellers are their fish tacos and Health Bomb Salad, which includes greens, edamame, hemp seeds, grated carrots, chia seeds, and Parmesan cheese. Look for daily menu specials on their Facebook page. You can buy the soups/chili “to go” in 16-ounce compostable coffee cups or in glass Mason jars by the quart or half-gallon.
The jars cost a dollar initially, but when you bring it back for a refill, the fee is waived. What Are the Side Effects of Secondhand Marijuana Smoke? Marijuana smoke is created whenever someone burns the leaves, flowers, stems, or seeds of the cannabis plant. Marijuana is used by an average of 26 million Americans per month. But despite marijuana’s prevalence, its safety is sometimes in dispute. Smoking it, or being near someone else who is smoking it, does cause side effects. Marijuana contains a chemical called THC, which can block pain and bring on a feeling of relaxation to people who breathe it in or consume it. Smoking weed has depressant, hallucinogenic, and stimulant effects.
Inhaling THC can also impair your ability to concentrate and to operate a car. Whenever you’re breathing in THC, it’s possible to get high. Effects of THC vary from person to person, as well as how much of the chemical you’re exposed to. Drug test results can differ for people who are exposed to secondhand marijuana smoke and people who smoked marijuana. In 2015, a small study of six smokers and six nonsmokers showed that marijuana smoked in highly concentrated quantities could trigger a positive urine drug test among people who were simply exposed to the smoke in an unventilated room. However, ventilation during marijuana exposure, as well as how often exposure occurred, were critical factors in what the drug test result would be. For example, smelling marijuana smoke in passing once in a while is a lot different from living with a habitual marijuana smoker who uses marijuana in your presence regularly. Another small study attempted to mimic a more true-to-life example. Rather than stick nonsmokers in a closed, unventilated room for long smoking sessions, these study participants spent three hours in a coffee shop where other patrons were smoking marijuana cigarettes. After their exposure to secondhand marijuana smoke, participants were tested for THC. While a trace amount of THC did show up in their blood and urine, it wasn’t enough to trigger a positive drug test result. It was unlikely that any contact high was passed during this study. With that being said, getting a contact high is possible. Being near marijuana smoke often and in poorly ventilated areas (like a car with the windows rolled up or a small bedroom without a fan) may result in feeling a limited amount of the effects that the person smoking experiences. But catching a whiff of marijuana fragrance through your apartment window or entering a room where people were smoking several hours ago is very unlikely (maybe even impossible) to affect you at all. Weed is aromatic, without a doubt — cannabis is infamous for the strength and variety of its scents. Typically, the more pungent the aroma, the higher quality of cannabis. Many consumers “follow their noses” to find their favorite cultivars. While we love the delicious smell of each strain's terpene bouquet, sometimes cannabis odors must be kept to a minimum. Cannabis' signature scent comes from compounds inside the plants' trichomes called terpenes , or terpenoids. Terpenes are organic, aromatic compounds that provide the aroma and flavor in cannabis and a variety of other organisms, including plants. Each cultivar has its own unique arrangement of terpenes, and there are more than 200 terpenes in cannabis alone. This is why different cultivars can deliver citrus, pine, coffee, spicy, diesel, herbal and tropical flavors — they each have distinct terpene profiles.
Multiple environmental factors contribute to how powerful a cultivar's odor is when you first open the cap. Is your AC running, and how good is the airflow in the room? All of these play a role in how long strong your weed smells throughout the smoking problem. Using different consumption gear can also minimize the strength of your weed's smell.
Glassware like a bowl or, even better, a bong produces less stink than a constantly burning joint or blunt. Vapes are even better, as they can burn cannabis at lower temperatures that reduce the smell. However, it's important to keep your gear clean , as a dirty bong or vape can sometimes give off stronger aromas with the buildup of plant matter. Storage also plays a huge role in the strength of your weed's smell. Keep your flower in dark, glass jars in a cool, dark space—not only will this put a literal lid on your flowers' smell, but proper storage also minimizes exposure to light and air degradation.