Daily Archives: November 7, 2014

Poem: Mandrake Walking

Poem: Mandrake Walking

I embody the sacred root of Mandragora in the ways which I navigate the earth’s underworld, being and feeling with eyes closed, safe in darkness, fed by sacred soil. Now I send my mandrake walking to awaken ancient roots and vines, to stir up rocks and sand and to shift those faulty tectonics underground; they […]

Let us Come Home: An Oklahoma Cannabis Refugee’s Plea

Let us Come Home: An Oklahoma Cannabis Refugee’s Plea

My name is Brittany Hardy Warrior. I am the mother of 2 year old Jaqie Angel Warrior who was recently sentenced to a maximum of 4 years of confinement in the State of Colorado when Mary Fallin was re-elected. I guess my daughter made her first mistake at 5 months old when she became ill […]

Careful with Coffee: Work, Worth, and Stimulants in the Holiday Season

Careful with Coffee: Work, Worth, and Stimulants in the Holiday Season

  It’s that time of year when people start asking me about stimulants. They usually mean something to help them get their work done and let them still have enough energy for a party. I used to walk folks through information on time management and sleep hygiene, point out ways to use caffeine without letting […]

Post Halloween Round-up: No Marijuana Candy Handed Out, Dispensary in Berkeley Honored

Post Halloween Round-up: No Marijuana Candy Handed Out, Dispensary in Berkeley Honored

  Despite the reefer madness being spouted by the Denver Police Department (and several others following their lead), warning parents that cannabis users might be sneaking medicated candies into trick or treating bags, Halloween has come and gone with not a single story of a pot-poisoned child being rushed to the emergency room. Let’s all […]