Marijuana & Rasta 5 clarifications

Discovering Rasta

Rasta is about so much more than Marijuana. Due to the fact that it changed my life a few years ago. On the other hand, my hair and ethnic history remain. As a matter of fact, I have never had dreads. But I eat a slightly modified Ital diet. Specifically, the diet has, even more, protein via some dairy and some meat. Lastly, I read the bible and pray. My daily ritual doesn’t include psychoactive cannabis.

5. The colors don’t symbolize marijuana.

Ethiopia is presently the inspiration for the colors. But colors symbolizing marijuana aren’t. However, they do symbolize money. In case you forgot Google stoner clothing. Of course, physical stores sell the same items. Meanwhile, Rasta remains victims of this awful stereotype.

4. Stoned 24/7

Although it is illegal they are smoking like chimneys. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, this practice is forbidden. Rasta do not treat the plant in the same way. Instead, they treat it like a sacrament. Without a doubt, they are often sober.

3. How Rasta pray with marijuana.

First and foremost Rasta can pray sober But the plant is spiritual for us. In fact, it is more than a plant. Especially because it changes the bible reading experience. For example, it triggers deep discussions. These reasoning sessions are particularly important to Rasta.

2. That isn’t a get out of jail free card

Stoners traditionally love weed. But some stoners go the extra mile. These stoners claim they are exempt for spiritual reasons. Rasta is not a gang, therefore, you can’t claim it. Furthermore, Jamacia is the only country that allows religious Ganga use. However in other countries many risk jail time.

1. Rastafari isn’t a marijuana religion.

To begin with, Rastafari isn’t a religion. Furthermore, the religion wouldn’t focus on the plant. But the plant does play a role in Rastafari. Besides, if it did nothing would change. The stigma would still remain alive.

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