Hey there, fellow stoners! As the “stoner girl” Elsa, I’ve got something to share with y’all that might blow your mind. You know that feeling when you’re feeling a little down and then you step out into the sunshine and suddenly everything feels a little bit better? That’s not just in your head, my friends. That’s the power of vitamin D, and let me tell you, it’s some straight-up fire.
You might be thinking, “Vitamin D? That’s some boring health stuff, Elsa.” But trust me, this is some good shit. Vitamin D is a steroid hormone that our bodies produce when we’re out in the sun. It’s the “sunshine vitamin” for a reason, and it’s not just good for your bones. It’s been shown to reduce the risk of certain cancers and improve mood. So, the next time you’re feeling a little “meh” and your buddy suggests a joint, why not suggest a little sunshine instead?
Now, I know some of y’all might be thinking “But Elsa, isn’t too much sun exposure bad for you?” And yeah, that’s true. You don’t want to fry yourself like bacon, so make sure you’re balancing the benefits of vitamin D with the risks of too much sun. But let me tell you, a little bit of sunshine is the perfect “upper” to brighten your day and give you a little extra “oomph.”
So, next time you’re hanging out with your homies and you’re feeling a little down, don’t be afraid to suggest a “sun session.” I mean, who needs a “dab” when you’ve got the “sunshine high”? Just make sure you’re being safe and keeping it chill, because no one wants to be “toasted” in the sun.
In conclusion, Vitamin D is a natural “narcotic” and sun is the dealer, and if you’re feeling a little “blah,” don’t reach for a “joint” or a “pill”, just head outside for a “sun session” and soak up some “rays.” Trust me, it’s some good stuff, so let’s give a “shoutout” to the power of the “sunshine vitamin.”
Stay Chill,


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