By Macaseanu from Spaceship Earth Farms
Trust me; you smell like cannabis, but thanks to Kushley, you don't have to. I know that you thought you were being careful, with your mint, and your Spaceship Earth Bright Eyes, but you smell like cannabis mixed with cologne, which leaves you smelling like one of those pine tree shaped air fresheners at best, except I'm pretty sure they don't make them with new-car- you-just-smoked-a-fatty-in smell. Let's face it, it happens to all of us, and the worst part is that it's a scary catch-22, because we like the aroma, and may not notice it lingering, while others might find it offensive. Here's an example. Once, years ago, my own mother pulled me aside at one of her neighborhood barbeques and told me that she thought maybe her cat had peed in my suitcase, and that I was wearing the aftermath, which is actually way more embarrassing than the truth, that I had forgotten about the cannabis in my pocket.
For this moment, and about a thousand others, I wish I'd had Kushley. It's on the level of that time someone showed you that you could blow your hits though a toilet paper tube stuffed with dryer sheets. Kushley is an organic spray, although I noticed on their website there are candles and lotion as well, that biodegrades organic odors on contact. It's also the only one of its kind. So instead of stacking a heavily perfumed smell on top of an undesirable odor, making a sandwich we all have to eat with our noses, Kushley has a gentle aroma that fades away, and as it does, it takes the offending odor with it. The suggested uses range from eliminating the scent of your medical cannabis and washing the skunk smell off your pets, to just about everything else you can think of in between.
Now, I've been trying Kushley out for a while now, and they have earned a lifetime customer. We wanted to make sure we fully believed in the product before we gave it our backing. Here are a few reasons why. First of all, Kushley is inexpensive, cheap even if you have been hosing yourself down with cologne. It is very versatile. It's one of those products that you buy to spray in your car to cover up the smoke smell, and discover that you can use it to shampoo your carpet. Also, It's subtle, with an aroma that doesn't call attention to itself, while still being effective.
Probably my favorite thing about Kushley requires a trip down memory lane, and it's something we feel very strongly about here at Spaceship Earth. Remember Tim Burton's Batman, when Jack Nicholson was the Joker, and he had all of Gotham in the grip of a paralyzing fear, because he was killing them with the everyday products that they all took for granted as being safe, like deodorant spray and toothpaste?
Well, it made for such a sinister movie plot, because we really don't know what goes into these things, we just give them the innocuous tag line, chemicals, and forget about it, which is to say that we forget about ourselves, the environment, everyone else around us, and the generations that follow. Kushley, on the other hand, is made from botanicals, not chemicals, and consists of a proprietary blend of essential oils. It is biodegradable, non-toxic, and contains no perfumes or masking agents. Its makers have been environmental odor control consultants for establishments like hospitals for over thirty years. They understand the need for an odor control product that is not only effective, but safe, and left out things commonly found in similar products, things like: hazardous chemicals, latex, formaldehyde, oxidizing agents, phosphates, enzymes, live bacteria microbes, alcohol and propellants to name a few.
While we do not condone Chemotherapy and think that you would have much more success fighting cancer by ingesting 1 gram of Rick Simpson Oil a day for 90 days, we do appreciate the principle of care that Kushley displays by agreeing to make a donation to The Chemotherapy Foundation with every purchase. Check them out at www.kushley.com, and eliminate some or all of the odors in your life. As always, fellow Earthlings, we love to hear from you, so please hit us up on Twitter or email, and stay tuned for the next transmission.