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Some parents use cannabis. Should they discuss it with their kids? Here's what experts say.

With more states legalizing cannabis, “weed moms” are becoming the new “wine moms.” Some parents keep their cannabis use a secret from their children, while others are upfront about it.

My Daily Marijuana Use Makes Me a Better Mom, Don’t @ Me

What can I say? I’m a mom with way too much on my plate. Just like so, so many moms. Currently, my child is intent on occupying my lap, is raining crumbs of banana bread onto my keyboard, is threatening a Category 5 meltdown if I don’t switch over to the TV show of her choosing and is generally demanding my full attention as I try to work. It’s overwhelming. But unlike many parents, I have a (not-so) secret solution: I’m a working mom who uses marijuana daily.

Marijuana and Wellness: Unraveling the Therapeutic Benefits of Cannabis

Marijuana, also known as cannabis, has been a subject of controversy for many decades due to its psychoactive properties. However, recent research has shed light on the therapeutic potential of cannabis, leading to its integration into wellness practices.

New take on runner’s high: Study explores how marijuana affects workouts

“When I run for a really long time, this thing naturally kicks in and it makes the colors brighter and makes my thoughts clearer and makes me more emotionally in tune,” says Mashhoodi, 31. “When I use cannabis and run, I get to feel that at a little less intense mileage.”

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