Canadian wildfires have exploded and hundreds of millions of Canadians and Americans are under an air quality alert. Eastern Canada, the northeast US from Virginia to Maine are blanketed with thick smoke. New York City is recorded as having the worst air quality in the world yesterday. Masks, closed windows on hot days and air purifiers are in demand, so maybe it is time to change up how you consume marijuana.
Joints and pre-rolls are the most popular form of cannabis use and represent a significant portion of sales. But smoking in an already comprised environment could cause short and long term problems that spoil the experience.
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Another example of the current atmosphere disruption is travel. Smoke from wildfires in Canada is a serious problem for airlines. It has created conditions that cause more delays than rain or fog, the Federal Aviation Administration said. That’s because airlines rely on advanced navigation systems on the planes and on the ground, according to the FAA’s Kevin Morris.