Cannabis Culture

Definition - What does Cannabis Culture mean?

Cannabis culture is a term used to describe a shared set of beliefs, ideals, and practices among marijuana enthusiasts. When compared to other cultures, cannabis culture is relatively loose and not strongly delineated, but it is nevertheless present.

Whether discussing new strains in development, new consumption methods like oils and shatters, or the health benefits associated with cannabinoids, cannabis enthusiasts share a strong bond through their shared culture.

Hydrolife explains Cannabis Culture

Cannabis culture is constantly evolving and spans the entire globe. In fact, it has become a huge legitimate industry as well. While there are significant differences in how one group of enthusiasts might behave or believe as compared to another group on the other side of the globe, the fact remains that they have more things in common than in ways they differ.

Cannabis culture is expressed in any number of different ways. One of those is through the accessories and tools used to consume marijuana in one form or another. For instance, show a marijuana enthusiast a one-hitter, and chances are good they’ll be able to immediately identify it, no matter where in the world they might be from. The same is true for other accessories, ranging from blunt wrappers to roach clips, rolling papers and bongs.

However, there are other ways that this culture has grown and evolved. For instance, indoor growing has implications for all types of vegetable and fruit production, but it has even greater associations with marijuana growing. The term “grow lamp” conjures up images of cannabis plants growing indoors for most people, rather than cabbages or corn.

Cannabis culture runs even more deeply – it can be seen in the way that members of the culture share knowledge and transmit ideas, especially through dispensaries, the media, protests, online, and other traditional channels. As cannabis use is legalized, cannabis culture will continue to evolve and include more and more people.

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