cannabis patients in california Siryn OsmanHer journey to the factory began after a horrific car accident when she was just 19 years old. Her injuries included a vertebral fracture in the C2 vertebra, a broken sternum, five broken ribs, a compound fracture in her right leg (almost amputating her leg), as well as chronic pain, arthritis and neck degeneration. It was
“It took me months to walk again. My dad called me a ‘walking miracle baby,'” she said. high times. “I had a tracheotomy and was being pulled on my back in intensive care, when a respiratory therapist compared cannabis to other drugs as a bronchodilator and a productive cough that loosens phlegm, causing my lungs to fill and pneumonia. That’s when I realized she said cannabis was a drug.”
After returning home from the hospital, she began learning more about cannabis treatments. Cannabis therapy continues to soothe her pain. Since then, her journey with cannabis has led to a career she never dreamed of.
Queen of Abbott Kinney Boulevard
Located in the colorful town of Venice Beach, California, Abbott Kinney Boulevard is a one-mile stretch of some of the coolest shops in Los Angeles. This is where Osman began her career as the owner of her hub, Abbots Her Habit, which earned her the title of “Queen of Venice” in the mid-1990s.
But she has a secret life, from founding the first unnamed cannabis delivery service in a beach town to founding the Privy Social Club, which hosts infused gatherings and dinners across the country, including P Diddy’s soiree. I spread my hands.web series Smoking in the kitchen with Mama Siryn Spotted her cooking alongside Snoop Dogg on Snoop Dogg’s website, Mary Jane. Mary Jane She named her “Mama Siryn” when she produced her video series with the tagline “Mama Siryn, Mother to Everyone, Mom to Everyone”. Osman then Shining Goddess Vacationtravel cannabis campout for women.
rolling stone Osman said, “The Earth Mother Goddess you’ve always wanted… Mama Siryn, a nurturing, hilarious feminist cannabis gurus from Southern California, loves making sure everyone else is having a great time.” I’m really good at it and always have enough cannabis.”
In 2020, Osman published a book CBD cocktail She encourages readers to “de-stress with over 100 relaxing recipes.”
What makes this book unique is that each recipe incorporates different CBD (cannabidiol) tinctures produced by different companies and available at pharmacies or mail order nationwide. The idea is novel. How many times has he looked at a sea of CBD tinctures at the pharmacy and wondered what he could do other than simply administer them?
Osman is thoroughly identified as a California girl. Since she does not consume alcohol, she was too keen on incorporating cannabis mocktails into her recreational and drug regimens. Part of her book is devoted to mocktails. Her penchant for using cannabis rather than alcohol is called “kali sober,” and Osman has shared recipes that are both beneficial and delicious for those who prefer this lifestyle.
“As the factory loses its history, [negative] Stigma, cannabis, and CBD products began flooding the market, making the health benefits that CBD provides accessible to everyone, regardless of whether marijuana is legal where they live.” Osman writes in his book. “If it hasn’t happened yet, it will soon, as everyone is starting to learn about the incredible health benefits that this miracle plant can provide.”
In the preface to the book, Osman also briefly outlines the history of this plant and its origins dating back to ancient times in the countries we know today as China, Tibet and India. She details the plant’s use as medicine and its place in shamanic rituals. While this book is all about her CBD, she also highlights the synergistic medicinal benefits of cannabinoids.
“Activation of cannabinoid receptors in the body requires higher levels of THC than is present in CBD products alone,” writes Osman. “This is why users find products containing only CBD to be less effective, and why products with the whole plant, THC and all are the most effective, especially when it comes to managing pain.”
Currently, Osman brewing elixir In Joshua Tree, California, she makes the high desert home. At her store, you’ll find mocktails and elixirs made with a variety of her CBD products, herbs, botanicals, and fruits, including myriad medicinal mushrooms.
The cannabis plant changed Osman’s life forever.
“The benefits of the plant, and the healing I have witnessed with CBD and cannabis for myself and others, are too numerous to detail,” she said. “This experience of witnessing healing made me decide to hold this female strain accountable. There is no turning back. There’s a reason for that: She gave me so much in my life and I’m honored to work for her.”
This is the ultimate form of sophistication in the glass. If you prefer simple drinks, look for simple CBD add-ons like neutral tinctures.
4 parts gin
1 part dry vermouth
1 lemon twist
Neutral CBD tincture (optional)
Glassware: cocktail glasses
Place gin and vermouth in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake vigorously, strain mixture into cocktail glass, and garnish with lemon twist and tincture.
Excluded from CBD Cocktails by Sailene Ossman
This article originally appeared in the October 2022 issue of the magazine. high times magazine.