My quest to achieve a week of weed wellness 

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Pure Green Tablets

When I meet the unofficial "Godfather of Clinical Trials" Stephen Goldner, I find it hard to believe that he was the same man who created the urine drug test, formulated liquid Methadone, and who most recently revolutionized an odorless, tasteless, long lasting CBD tablet — the antithesis of big pharma. Pure Green tablets come in four varieties — pure sleep, pure relief, pure calm, and pure bliss. What makes this product unique, aside from the fact that it is not yet available on dispensary shelves, is the process.

Each tablet is composed of pharmaceutically purified THC and CBD terpenes selected to enhance the aforementioned effects. As directed, I put the tablet under my tongue and wait. Within five minutes, a calm feeling creeps over me — but not in a way that is easy to describe like most medicines. I've taken edibles and tinctures and have felt completely immobile for hours. Pure Green, however, allows me to function on it and go about my family duties without tripping balls and without feeling the tightness along my spine that normally persists. Goldner hopes to expand the product to suit other specific needs like PTSD, Opioid addiction, and nerve disorders. Until they're made widely available, I'll be keeping my secret stash in my purse with my Ibuprofen and vape pen.

Pure Green Tablets, $36 donation for the pack of a dozen, check your local dispensaries in coming months.



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