With the MAUCRSA in full swing, California feels like it’s raining weed, making it hard to tell the difference between what’s medical and recreational. With everything shifting to an adult-use (recreational) market, if you’re a medical patient—which Jack Herrer argued that everyone is— keeping track of your preferred products has never been more important than now.
Behold: The Goldleaf Patient Journal. It’s a notebook designed for medical-cannabis patients. It guides you through analyzing products in such a way that you’ll (hopefully) begin to better understand how your body responds to cannabis treatment. On one page you’re given a questionnaire to fill in about how you’re feeling before you use the canna-product, what strain or product you’re using, how you’re ingesting it, how much of a dose you took and a timeline to jot down the intensity of the experience. The next page is a set of blank lines to summarize your thoughts.
But it’s also not just a regular ol’ journal. In the front are a few leaves dedicated to writing down your medical contacts whether that’s a doctor, caregiver, dispensary, grower, etc. There are also a few pages that provide a reference chart detailing what cannabinoids and terpenes are, and what they do.
Every cannabis user generally needs a bit of extra organizational help, and Goldleaf offers one of the best ways to remember the highs of life.
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